Lunch box concealed carry?

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  1. Archaic

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    I'm calling BS, nobody with a brain cell would be caught in NYC.
     
  2. aaronu

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    At least, not without their tin foil hat.
     
  3. mgregg85

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    Where did your Dad get the Glock 25 from?
     
  4. Isaac-1

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    It was issued by the local Sheriff's office (small town, the Bailiffs was also technically a Sheriff's deputies), unfortuneately he had to turn it in when he retired.
     
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    That's too bad, he probably could have sold that thing for big bucks.
     
  6. Strykervet

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    Well, when I used to do alarms when I was younger and in big cities and bad areas, I carried a Colt 1911 at the time ON me, and I kept an Uzi in my toolbox. I kept an AK behind the seat of my work truck and we paid a guy minimum wage to ride along and sit in it when I had to do jobs like that. Unconventional, but it worked.

    Now I just IWB in a Milt Sparks VM2 with a G29 or G27. My wife, she purse carries because she kind of has to. It isn't ideal, but like they say, better than nothing.

    I like the idea of the modified backpack so you can reach behind you, that sounds pretty sweet.

    If you are a worker that wears a workbelt, this is easy. Just get an industrial type nylon or leather rectangular "holster", something for tools or whatever, make it if you have to, then have a cheap holster installed or glued inside to cover the trigger. Presto, you have a completely concealed and safe pistol on a workbelt. I've done this, and you cannot tell at all. That Glock 17 looked right at home with a Buttset, screwbag, tookit, etc.
     
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    That's pretty hard core. Long ago, I used to carry a Raven in my Occidental Leather pouch in Oakland. My Estwing came in way more handy thwarting theiving scumbags though.
     
  8. CoRoMo

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    I did the day-planner thing for a year or so when I first began carrying. After a few mishaps, I got serious and bought a custom IWB holster.
     
  9. The_Next_Generation

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    You guys OBVIOUSLY don't know what you're talking about. The seasoned CCer knows that Pink Floyd was a master of concealed carry.

    What, you never seen a hollowed-out guitar?? :evil:

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  10. khegglie

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    ^^^

    ^^^^ Very Funny:D
     
  11. The Lone Haranguer

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    For something quick and temporary, I can totally see carrying a handgun in a lunch box. It is no different from "palming" or pocketing a small handgun, hiding it in a folded newspaper, or even putting it in a paper bag, for that matter. (That would give new meaning to a "40.")
     
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