Discussion in 'On Topic' started by AndyB, May 7, 2009.
Cool and sad at the same time. Wish we didn't need to do this.
I guess it's cool. However, mine is on my side and ready to rock. I don't need too waste those first valuable 4 seconds trying to unlock my gun and take it out and all that jazz.
You shouldn't unless you can't get a CPL in your state.
I'd have better luck winning the lottery than obtaining a CCW in my county, unfortunately. My only legal options are unloaded open carry or loaded carry in a locked container.
keep your open carry holstered with slide locked back and have a full mag ready to insert.
watch fighting pistol, pretty good shit
btw, @ the "rack"
I'm not going to be the test case for UOC in Santa Clara county. I don't have money I want to waste on attorneys fees after they throw my ass in jail.
eh? just have the slide locked back while holstered. that's not loaded, but when you draw and have a mag in the other hand it's a second or two quicker
plus you can insert a mag if you get a gut feeling w/o taking the gun outta holster, then if you're wrong just fix, but if you're right, boooooooyaaaaa
I'm sure even with the slide locked back, an officer in this county could find a reason to book me. While perfectly legal, others in other counties have been jailed for UOC. Not my idea of fun.
The Calguns Foundation is doing a great job of slowly invalidating the ridiculous laws in this state. Hopefully the handgun roster is repealed and CCW becomes shall issue in the near future.
Unloaded Open Carry
many vehicles have a centre console that means installing one of those would be impractical
A lot of vans/trucks don't have one, but really all you'd need is an open and flat spot on the floor.
unless you are rich, a celebrity, cop/fbi, or a political figure your chances of getting a CCW are pretty much zero in most counties in California.
i can carry a loaded gun none the less thats pretty cool if you don't have a center console
I would be interested if they weren't $300 for the setup.
I live in CT and work in CT, but drive about 10 mins through NY. I don't know how well that'd work. I have a CCW for CT, but not for NY and don't think it'd be worth the hassle to apply for out of state. I'm guessing FOPA would protect me if the pistol were in this case while traveling through CT?
do you unload your gun and separate it from the ammo for that ten mins or just say fuck it?
Too much hassle to get the gun out, and the fact that it stores the magazine separately is just fucking stupid.
looks like you can store it with a mag and ready to go if you wanted to.
only reason you wouldn't do that is because it'd be illegal in certain states
even with a CWP/CPL?
I just don't carry to work. Don't really know company policy for carrying on company grounds though it's technically in CT, the driveway to the place begins and ends in NY.
Since I pretty much only drive straight to and from work without carrying, and it's all interstate, i'm not too worried.
for those of us under the California regime this is as close to legal concealed carry as we can get.
It would be nice if they could automate popping in the magazine and cocking the gun for you, like in Equilibrium: