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01-09-2013 04:57 PM
Nickgt40 You're lucky, there are many people around the country that are searching for some.
01-09-2013 04:49 PM
WyoJames
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Its a great gun, if you can find it. I added the rubberized Talon grips and Pearce mag extensions to mine. Its been great to shoot ever since.
They are fairly easy to come by around here.
01-09-2013 10:34 AM
Nickgt40
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Haha. I have my fair share. Was thinking of picking up a little springfield xds .45 though. As of now I carry my 1911 duty weapon concealed when I'm off duty. Don't think it will fit in the little lock box
Its a great gun, if you can find it. I added the rubberized Talon grips and Pearce mag extensions to mine. Its been great to shoot ever since.
01-09-2013 04:11 AM
CJohn364 Cool idea. I just bought a small lock box for my car so I can store my Ruger when I can't carry. It's got the mounting holes, but I haven't found a place to mount it, yet. I would like quicker access to it if I need it.
01-09-2013 12:58 AM
WyoJames
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Time to buy more guns!!
Haha. I have my fair share. Was thinking of picking up a little springfield xds .45 though. As of now I carry my 1911 duty weapon concealed when I'm off duty. Don't think it will fit in the little lock box
01-08-2013 12:25 AM
Nickgt40
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Good idea with great execution. However, none of handguns I carry are small enough to fit in the box ;)
Time to buy more guns!!

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Concealed carry is legal in 49 out of 50 states, want to guess the one that it isn't yet?

Don't worry, the supreme court gave IL 180 days to draft a law for CCW, I think they have about 120 days left to do it.
This man speaks ... err, types ... truth.
01-07-2013 11:33 PM
elsolo
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the let you carry conlealed firearms in missouri?

thats an awsome idea. would a stereos head unit fit in that?
Concealed carry is legal in 49 out of 50 states, want to guess the one that it isn't yet?

Don't worry, the supreme court gave IL 180 days to draft a law for CCW, I think they have about 120 days left to do it.
01-07-2013 09:50 PM
WyoJames Good idea with great execution. However, none of handguns I carry are small enough to fit in the box ;)
01-06-2013 05:50 AM
focusonthefocus19 I would really like to have one of these. I have a two questions though. Where can I get one of these, and did you have to cut a hole in order to get it to fit flush, or did you just screw it down?
06-24-2009 04:29 AM
zetecDon Machinist would have been my second guess. I did the machinist thing working with Davenports and index machines. The machine shop I worked in laid me off a few years back and never called me back so I had to look for something else. I loved working there, and I often had a lot of ideas that I had implemented into making the machines work more effectively. It was more of a trial and error process but it made it fun experimenting on things when you were getting paid to do it. Usually after working 10-12 hours a day I don't want to do anything else but do what I have to do and then go to bed. Good thing there are always people out there to give me ideas on what I could be doing and bugging me because I can't do them lol. I would give you rep again for this idea but it seems that I have to spread it around some more. Have fun
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