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Old 02-06-2019, 08:00 PM   #11
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Hey!

There was a good article that pointed out a small, fort knox safe (the 4th safe on within the article). The safe is made out of 10 gauge steel and has a mechanical lock. If you are transporting, you may drop or ding the safe. This one wouldn't dent as it is pretty industructable Plus I love fort knox.

Gun safe article:
https://buyerbenchmark.com/best-gun-safe-under-1000/

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Old 02-10-2019, 10:29 PM   #12
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As doing the bus conversion there are a lot of compartments being made. And I will probably have a Lucille movie prop also��
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Old 02-10-2019, 10:59 PM   #13
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Check your states reciprocity with other states. For example, concealed carry permit is no longer required in Kansas but having one allows carrying in states (approx. 32) where a CCH permit is required.
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Old 02-25-2019, 06:18 PM   #14
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Many states have ccw reciprocity as GW states. I believe if you are simply passing through a "non friendly" state and don't get involved with law enforcement for anything related to possessing the weapon, you are good to go...
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Many states have ccw reciprocity as GW states. I believe if you are simply passing through a "non friendly" state and don't get involved with law enforcement for anything related to possessing the weapon, you are good to go...
That's like saying if I shot you and you can't find me, I'm good to go.
I believe only 36 states have firearm reciprocity. You best know which ones don't because getting caught with a weapon in an unfriendly state will certainly ruin your day. I just ordered a book about this exact subject. I'll fill in more info after I get it.
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Old 02-25-2019, 07:52 PM   #16
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That's like saying if I shot you and you can't find me, I'm good to go.

I believe only 36 states have firearm reciprocity. You best know which ones don't because getting caught with a weapon in an unfriendly state will certainly ruin your day. I just ordered a book about this exact subject. I'll fill in more info after I get it.
The problem with books is they are outdated just after printing. There are several good apps that update as the laws change.
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why carry?

if you have to ask the internet how to do it, it may not be a good idea for you.

at best, you'll never need it or use it. at worst you will need it or use it. you can already guarantee the best outcome if you cont have one.

if the need to kill is something you do, then use good tools and take care of them. you will need to check the laws of each state you travel to.

if you can't bother to follow the rules, then you really should not pack a gun.
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Old 02-26-2019, 12:46 AM   #18
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why carry?



if you have to ask the internet how to do it, it may not be a good idea for you.



at best, you'll never need it or use it. at worst you will need it or use it. you can already guarantee the best outcome if you cont have one.



if the need to kill is something you do, then use good tools and take care of them. you will need to check the laws of each state you travel to.



if you can't bother to follow the rules, then you really should not pack a gun.
I carry a gun because a cop is to heavy.
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I carry a gun because a cop is to heavy.

... and much more difficult to conceal!
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Many states have ccw reciprocity as GW states. I believe if you are simply passing through a "non friendly" state and don't get involved with law enforcement for anything related to possessing the weapon, you are good to go...
One good example of that is Illinois. I live in Tennessee and did some summer work for a company in St. Louis in 2012/2013. They sent me over to Leavenworth Kansas. So, from Tennessee, I drove through KY, Il, Mo and Ks. With the exception of Illinois, the other states all recognized my TN carry permit. I didn't pack my gun away in Illinois. I just drove really respectable like. Didn't want to get pulled over.
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