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Old January 4th, 2017, 08:38 AM   #1
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Car gun case disguised as hazard markers

Met a buddy at the range and he pulled this out:

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I wasn't impressed until he opened it:

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I guess the idea is a thief wouldn't bother to break into your car to steal road signs. He said he bought it at a trade show a few months back. I've searched for something like it, but no luck so far. Does anybody make something similar?

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Old January 4th, 2017, 08:42 AM   #2
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It could be a custom made one, an actual road hazard sign case that someone made into a gun case.

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Old January 4th, 2017, 08:44 AM   #3
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Creative thinking to fool a thief. I'd like to see something similar for a long gun. My pistol is usually in its holster or center council for fast access while I'm in my truck. I tend not to leave it in the truck, if a business is a gun free zone I go somewhere else.

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Either way I like it. Some times in plain sight is the best place to hide things.

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Old January 4th, 2017, 08:54 AM   #5
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Not a bad idea. However, when thieves break into cars and steal stuff, they take everything that's within sight that time allows. I wouldn't trust this would work every time. I've been looking into center consol safes for that purpose.

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If I were a gun thief and an Amazon shopper, I'd be looking for hazard markers in the back of SUVs.

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In the eyes of a most POS thieves every one of those items, as posted-shiny new & good quality , would mean a quick $5.-$20..
That's beer or bud money for them.

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I use padded tennis racket cases for my AR/ AK pistols and my AK underfolder. There's a side pocket with enough room for 4 AR mags or two AK steelies.

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My GF was a smash and grab victim hit 15 cars in one parking lot, key observation was that everything that could be grabbed, was grabbed, from the cars in just a few minutes time. Meaning, that hazard case is going to be long gone and won't be overlooked in that situation. Thief get's home and he's really scored when he opens it. Never a good idea to leave a gun in a car for any reason. that's just my opinion.

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