Options To Secure Firearm While In Your Vehicle

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  • Published: 19 March 2015
  • Just a few options that I use to secure my sidearm when it's un-holstered in a vehicle. I might also mention that you are not REQUIRED to inform in every state. It's just a smart idea. For your safety and the LEO.

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Comments • 105

  • Alex K
    Alex K  6 hours back

    Insane nation - in the modern world people dont own guns!

    • Tim Hallas
      Tim Hallas  2 weeks back

      When owning firearms becomes a time consuming hobby.

      • Jorge
        Jorge  3 weeks back

        Mexican holster
        Lol

        • Lee Griffiths
          Lee Griffiths  3 weeks back

          I wasn’t having a pop at you, I was simply offering some advice as you sounded panicky. But you take it how you want to. Wish you were here.🇬🇧

          • Lee Griffiths
            Lee Griffiths  3 weeks back

            Can you slow down speaking and write down and practice your speech

            • Mid-America Prep
              Mid-America Prep   3 weeks back

              You’re telling me I should write down my speech and slow down to accommodate where you lack? Yeah you can’t even use the appropriate terms, not to mention proper punctuation? How about, no.

            • Lee Griffiths
              Lee Griffiths  3 weeks back

              Mid-America Prep if you want to loose followers from the uk, just Cary on talk in a jumbled mess that we can’t understand and I’ve been to America 3 time. I didn’t knock you ,, I just made a comment. If you don’t like comments turn them off.

            • Mid-America Prep
              Mid-America Prep   3 weeks back

              How about, no.

          • Dan Erskine
            Dan Erskine  3 weeks back

            A business that exercises it's right to limit firearms on it's property is NOT infringing on a patrons right to carry. They are exercising their natural God given right to control what happens on their property (castle). Your right to carry becomes secondary on their property.

            • Dan Erskine
              Dan Erskine  3 weeks back

              @Mid-America Prep You are not understanding. I will not call you uneducated I will say you are ignorant. If you violate the will of the property owner ie, carrying a weapon when it has been made known that it is not allowed. The property owner does NOT have to call the police and wait for them to come and remove the offender. The property owner is within their rights to forcibly remove the offender if they refuse to leave. And that includes at gun point, and the threat of deadly force if necessary.

            • Mid-America Prep
              Mid-America Prep   3 weeks back

              You sir, are completely uneducated. You can’t shoot somebody for merely open or concealed carrying a firearm on private property. That is murder. Especially in states that have stand your ground laws. In which there needs to be aggression. Simply carrying a firearm does not mean aggression.

            • Dan Erskine
              Dan Erskine  3 weeks back

              @Mid-America Prep You realize that rights superseded laws don't you? So following your scenario. If an owner has posted "no guns allowed". The person armed has been notified and the owner of the property would be justified in shooting said person.
              The law might not see it that way. But the God given rights we have would.

            • Mid-America Prep
              Mid-America Prep   3 weeks back

              Dan, in the state of Kansas there are laws for public property, and there are laws for private property. If a private property owner wants to ban firearms in or on their property they should have the appropriate signage. In the state of Kansas, if an individual goes into or onto private property that is posted “no guns,” they are not restricted from carrying into or onto that property legally. They are only restricted once the private property owner asks them to remove their firearm from the property. If the patron refuses to leave, only then can the patron who refused to abide by the property owner’s “wishes” be charged with criminal trespass at most.

            • Dan Erskine
              Dan Erskine  3 weeks back

              The property owner has the authority to forcibly remove anyone not respecting his right to control what happens on his property. The legal action is a result of the person carrying violating the right of the property owner.

          • JasonMoen83
            JasonMoen83  3 weeks back

            I'm sorry sir but there's a lot of incorrect information you're putting out. A. You should NOT tell law enforcement you're carrying a fire arm (legally) on a traffic stop, that only serves to make tensions a lot higher between everyone. Don't touch yours and they won't touch theirs. B. In the state of Kansas it is legal for you to conceal carry without a license period. Being in a car doesn't change that, it's a constitutional carry state.

            • Mid-America Prep
              Mid-America Prep   3 weeks back

              Listen, you’re accusing me of sharing wrong information. If you can’t provide the proof that I am, in fact sharing wrong information, move on. Thanks.

            • JasonMoen83
              JasonMoen83  3 weeks back

              Listen, you are clearly not reading what I said so I'll just say good luck with your channel and future videos.

            • Mid-America Prep
              Mid-America Prep   3 weeks back

              Do you have verbiage prior to 2015 to prove what I said was wrong? I never said that you are REQUIRED to inform.

            • JasonMoen83
              JasonMoen83  3 weeks back

              There is no legal requirement to notify law enforcement that you are carrying in the state of Kansas. That means you CAN NOT be in any legal trouble for not notifying them unless you are asked due to the nature of the LEO contact.(that would be a violation of the 2A in KS) Contact a Law enforcement agency, in Kansas, and ask I promise they will tell you the same thing. I'll even give you a number to call.

              I'm not trying to pick a fight with ya man, just saying that your advice will almost guarentee unnecessary issues on a traffic stop.

              As far as the concealed carry I agree that this was prior to the change, I admit I saw 2015 and not the month. I apologize for that error.

            • Mid-America Prep
              Mid-America Prep   3 weeks back

              Jesus, did you even look at the DATE that the video was produced? Everything that pertains to Kansas in this video is the CORRECT information for the time. Btw, telling people to NOT disclose that you are carrying could very well get people in legal troubles. Each state does in fact differ.

          • Christopher Wilson
            Christopher Wilson  4 weeks back

            I like this guy....seems very knowledgeable and educational content is always great. Thanks 🙏🏻

            • 24 Volt DC
              24 Volt DC  1 months back

              Kansas law does not require a person to remove their concealed weapon while in a vehicle whether they have a ccw or not.

              • 24 Volt DC
                24 Volt DC  1 months back

                Constitutional carry was passed in July of the same year. Not trying start a pissing match. Most people who watch the video aren't going to take the time to find out when exactly the law changed. I liked the storage options you presented. I like the idea of having a gun handy in the vehicle at all times. It's not easy to access a concealed weapon from the seated position.

              • Mid-America Prep
                Mid-America Prep   1 months back

                This video is from March 2015. Which means it was before Constitutional Carry. Might brush up on the history of Kansas law. Or just look at the date?

            • Fernando Contreras
              Fernando Contreras  1 months back

              How can you possibly know that's a beretta 92 ? Maybe it's a glock 17. Or a Taurus g2c. Or Springfield XD chambered in .45 mm . Shit it might be a full size beretta px4 storm.

              • c w
                c w  1 months back

                I have a soft holster with Velcro attachments right where his flock holster is attached.super easy to install.i also like the magnetic approach on the under side of the steering wheel

                • Chuck
                  Chuck  1 months back

                  I have thought about something like this for a while, and so getting half way through the video to the first box, you talk about it being attached with the (4) pan head screws and going into the frame. ...Whereas I tend to be a bit analytical, I'm guessing they are just some sort of sheet metal screws and there is no "frame" in that area of the car, just the "body" mounted to the frame. And the locking mechanism appears to be slightly better or higher security than a basic lock, so what does it mean that it is coded?
                  On the second one it appears that the locking mechanism of the gun box also locks into the security frame part of the secure mount, because my first thought was that anybody seeing and wanting it could just cut the cable and slide the box out of the secured mount.
                  Interesting video, thanks for taking the time, and for sharing ideas and options.

                  • Will B
                    Will B  1 months back

                    If you see a sign that says "No Firearms" you are still allowed to carry a gun openly unless you're asked to leave.. Well that's excellent advice. I'm guessing that once you pass the no firearms sign with a gun on your hip not many people are going to ask you to leave, they'll all be running out the back door.

                  • Edwin Algarin
                    Edwin Algarin  1 months back

                    U don’t have to tell the police in Massachusetts that I heard

                    • Shooter Q
                      Shooter Q  1 months back

                      A lot of the comments here seem to be discounting the times where you may NEED to lock your handgun in your vehicle, such as when entering a courthouse, jail, or other institution with metal detectors and heavier consequences than those attached to a coffee shop or gas station.

                    • victorediaz1
                      victorediaz1  1 months back

                      UNA PORTACION DE ARMAS PARA QUE CARAJO LA VOY A GUARDAR EN EL AUTO. PARA ESO LA DEJO EN MI CASA.

                      • William Chapman
                        William Chapman  1 months back

                        What foolish person leaves a weapon in unattended in their vehicle?

                      • SUPERMAN 7
                        SUPERMAN 7  2 months back

                        Very good Sir!I'm a truck driver and when in each state I adjust, but separate compartments is the universal through each state!
                        I DISLIKE going in the FUCKED UP little Hitler states!
                        But yeah, you can always just put a throw blanket, coats, etc over your boxes...
                        I like the magnetic holster best! But you can cover it up when not in the vehicle..
                        Peace, power and prosperity brothers and sisters!

                        • Texasforever
                          Texasforever  2 months back

                          Don't forget to kiss officer's ass and confess all your sins so God government can forgive you.

                          • Chris Duane
                            Chris Duane  2 months back

                            Too much gear.

                            • Mid-America Prep
                              Mid-America Prep   2 months back

                              YouTube is free. You should start a channel and let us know.

                          • jcllings
                            jcllings  2 months back

                            IDK. I don't want it JUST locked up. I also want the means by which it was secured to be concealed. If I'm a crook and I see a lockbox, that means something valuable is in the vehicle. Nope. If it's identifiable as a lock box and in plain sight, I don't want it.

                            • Mid-America Prep
                              Mid-America Prep   2 months back

                              I guess it’s incredibly hard to throw a blanket over it...

                          • William Crowell
                            William Crowell  2 months back

                            Theses stack on cases are absolutely horrible. I had one that I realized that I lost the keys to it after flying and felt it was time to actually see how bulletproof these things are. It took me no joke two seconds to get into with a flat head screwdriver and a hammer. I felt silly for trusting these things for as long as I did.

                            • JBJ Honez
                              JBJ Honez  2 months back

                              William Crowell I picked both of mine last night with a paper clip. Look at the quick vid I did on my channel

                          • mike surline
                            mike surline  2 months back

                            You should upgrade the hardware you mounted the stack on. The tire iron in your vehicle the purp can use to pry off the object you mounted with the screws, and are easy to snap off. I had something else mounted with what looks like the same screws. Popped the heads right off.

                            • David Hampton
                              David Hampton  2 months back

                              So, you're saying it's illegal to conceal a firearm, on your person, while in the vehicle?

                              • Mid-America Prep
                                Mid-America Prep   2 months back

                                At the time that this video was made, yes. In Kansas, without a concealed carry license, it was illegal to conceal ON your body.

                            • Tony DTOM
                              Tony DTOM  2 months back

                              Hell I always thought those signs were to let the bad guys know no guns. So they don't want good guys in their store with a gun? That takes a special kind of stupid. Yes, I was being Sarcastic about the bad guy thing lol.

                              • Robert Gad
                                Robert Gad  2 months back

                                With respect to the second box, with a tubular lock, have the same locksmith show you how quickly an impressionist tool can open that lock (again, no lockpicking skills required).

                                • Princess Duodecumus
                                  Princess Duodecumus  2 weeks back

                                  @Robert Gad I don't know how decent gunbox locks are or aren't, I've never really tested one-- I just know that if all of the pins in a tubular lock are different strengths, an impressioning tool won't work

                                • Robert Gad
                                  Robert Gad  2 weeks back

                                  @Princess Duodecumus If you define "decent" to mean a tubular lock that resists an impressioning tool, I have never seen a gunbox that had a decent tubular lock installed. To be sure, I haven't seen them all, but I have seen quite a few.

                                • Princess Duodecumus
                                  Princess Duodecumus  2 weeks back

                                  Only if the springs are all the same strength, which they won't be on a decent lock

                              • Robert Gad
                                Robert Gad  2 months back

                                Regarding the lockbox behind the seat: go to a locksmith and have him show you how quickly that lock can be opened by an unskilled attack.

                                • George Holland
                                  George Holland  2 months back

                                  The Beretta 92 sign doesn't apply to me, I carry a Glock.

                                  • World of Dad
                                    World of Dad  2 months back

                                    Glad I don't carry a Beretta 92.

                                    • Rocknevada
                                      Rocknevada  2 months back

                                      High dollar firearm secured by a cheap as shit lock box...

                                      • Nelson Reyes
                                        Nelson Reyes  2 months back

                                        4 foot piece of chain and 2 padlocks. One end of the chain padlocked around the driver seat mount, and the other end padlocked to your weapon. Your weapon can be secured while you are still sitting in the vehicle, and not letting everyone else know your securing your weapon. People don't break into cars with bolt cutters.

                                        • tom mac
                                          tom mac  2 months back

                                          Installed a gun vault 1000 under the back seat of an extended cab pickup bolt to the transmission hump. It can be accessed from the driver seat yet hidden from view. Great for pistols, cash or anything you want secured.

                                          • Richard Rudolph
                                            Richard Rudolph  3 months back

                                            Well, there’s 12 1/2 minutes I’ll never get back.

                                            • Mid-America Prep
                                              Mid-America Prep   2 weeks back

                                              Tim Hallas nobody forced you to watch? There are 81k other people who watched the video and clearly didn’t give two fucks. Also, why are you here?

                                            • Tim Hallas
                                              Tim Hallas  2 weeks back

                                              @Mid-America Prep : That's all you have to say? How about the fact that you just did a 12 minute commercial on us.

                                            • Mid-America Prep
                                              Mid-America Prep   2 months back

                                              Good.

                                          • Richard Anderson
                                            Richard Anderson  3 months back

                                            If I see a sign with a red line through a beretta 92 then I'm good! I carry a springfield 1911

                                            • Tim Hallas
                                              Tim Hallas  2 weeks back

                                              @Brock Nasty Gun free zone signs are invitations to be robbed, and possibly shot. What kind of idiot bans the good guys with their guns?

                                            • Brock Nasty
                                              Brock Nasty  2 months back

                                              Richard Anderson - hahah good thinking. Guess that stupid sign doesn’t apply to me after all lol although in all seriousness I tend to see “gun free” signs as “you’re not welcome here” signs

                                          • RIPPER334
                                            RIPPER334  3 months back

                                            If I'm in the car, I don't care if its concealed... if I'm out of the car, it's with me.


                                            Always thought leaving a firearm vehical is pretty responsible.

                                            ...and I don't give a damn what the sign at the door says. All they can do is tell me to leave... But since concealed means concealed, they won't ever know... Or... I just won't go in there.

                                            • Ed L
                                              Ed L  3 months back

                                              I have stack on boxes in my vehicles. I use the steel cable to keep the box secure and slide it under the seat so it is out of sight.

                                              • Scotty 28
                                                Scotty 28  3 months back

                                                I use a pair of S&W leg irons under a seat sometimes. Make sure the F/A is unloaded and run one end under the trigger in the trigger guard and the other end is double locked to the seat leg. I always double lock each end. Tuck it all under the seat out of sight. I usually won't go into a business anywhere out of my state that won't allow a legally concealed weapon. If some business owner doesn't like for me to protect myself or my family, then he doesn't like my money, so he won't get it. In my state with my retired LEO badge and ID I can carry everywhere except Fed bldgs and courthouses.

                                                • Scotty 28
                                                  Scotty 28  2 months back

                                                  @bmcclure0561dad Thank You, I'm all for every law abiding citizen to have the right to carry. I'm in VA. In Va a LEO and a retired LEO can carry pretty much everywhere. Even LEOs visiting or retired from other states are afforded the same courtesy in VA . I hate that other states won't do that. I'd like to move from here, that little perk is something that helps keep me here though.

                                                • bmcclure0561dad
                                                  bmcclure0561dad  2 months back

                                                  Thank you for exercising your Second Amendment Rights as a retired LEO, I bet you were one hell of a good officer! We need more like you sir, thank you for your service and God Bless! May I ask what state you live in, I live in Texas because of our strong gun ownership rights and its where I was born!

                                              • Dirty 230
                                                Dirty 230  3 months back

                                                Good tips thanks.

                                                • Billy Ruben
                                                  Billy Ruben  3 months back

                                                  Always keep your gun with you.

                                                • Will Justice
                                                  Will Justice  3 months back

                                                  What city in Kansas do you live in, I'm in Topeka. Message me and I'll give you some others ideals to keep your gun secure and also long guns

                                                  • Mid-America Prep
                                                    Mid-America Prep   2 months back

                                                    Will Justice ok, Rambo. I guess it’s pretty smart to use your name on social media too. Because your address is on the internet too. So again, no thanks.

                                                  • Will Justice
                                                    Will Justice  2 months back

                                                    If I was a their or a scammer I wouldn't have asked you, I am a Kansas resident and am a retired law officer but you go ahead and continue making videos like this and someone will get your guns and valuables

                                                  • chocodoggy1
                                                    chocodoggy1  3 months back

                                                    @Mid-America Prep Smart decision. Like you really need other ideas. Probably wants to know where you live. Hey, give me your address and I will send you some free money. LOL....

                                                  • Mid-America Prep
                                                    Mid-America Prep   3 months back

                                                    No thanks.

                                                • NW Woodsman
                                                  NW Woodsman  3 months back

                                                  The state of Washington considers that loaded and it shall not be left unattended in the vehicle.

                                                • Alex Lohan
                                                  Alex Lohan  3 months back

                                                  Careful with your comments and video description. You said that you do not HAVE to inform the officer of your firearm. That is exceedingly incorrect because the states of Texas, Oklahoma, Florida, and Alabama for certain require by law that you inform the officer at the earliest opportunity!

                                                  • jimkonst
                                                    jimkonst  3 weeks back

                                                    and Ohio.

                                                  • JBJ Honez
                                                    JBJ Honez  2 months back

                                                    In NC, you have to. That’s the only issue I honestly see with nationwide reciprocity-not all states are the same as far as carry laws and such. Some may let you carry in banks and liquor stores while it’s against the law in others. That’s why I had to research a lot about the states I frequently travel in and through

                                                  • David Hampton
                                                    David Hampton  2 months back

                                                    In Kansas, you're not required, by law, to inform Leo that you have a firearm in your vehicle.

                                                  • Mid-America Prep
                                                    Mid-America Prep   3 months back

                                                    Sounds like you should either work on changing the laws in Texas or move.

                                                  • Rich Moran
                                                    Rich Moran  3 months back

                                                    I live in Texas and got a good ass chewing for not informing the cop I had my gun. 20 minutes into the ticket I told him and he got mad at me......

                                                • icycrash
                                                  icycrash  3 months back

                                                  The first gun "safe" I would not trust. You been wiggle a paper clip in the key way to open it.

                                                  • JBJ Honez
                                                    JBJ Honez  2 months back

                                                    https://youtu.be/kO20GX5lRoo
                                                    I just posted this just to show the nay sayers that it is pretty simple

                                                  • JBJ Honez
                                                    JBJ Honez  2 months back

                                                    I’m going to do a quick video just just show. Go to my channel to see for yourselves if you don’t think it can be done

                                                  • JBJ Honez
                                                    JBJ Honez  2 months back

                                                    Or you may be able to just use a flathead screwdriver and over power the lock itself. I’m not going to break mine to find out though

                                                  • JBJ Honez
                                                    JBJ Honez  2 months back

                                                    I got 2 of those boxes and for shits and giggles, I used a paper clip and did them both in about 10 seconds each

                                                  • Ed L
                                                    Ed L  3 months back

                                                    That's what my cousin said. I have one like that. So I gave him a handful of paperclips and said go for it. He gave up after 30 minutes. One of my inlaws is a lock smith. He said the lock is pretty hard to pick. It could be drilled out but He said the takes some time.

                                                • Luke Porter
                                                  Luke Porter  4 months back

                                                  Did you use self tapping bolts or did tap the holes over the transmission to secure?

                                                  • Alton Rowell
                                                    Alton Rowell  4 months back

                                                    The best place to keep your firearm in on your self. Guns safes are easy picking. You can take a pry bar and break that box away from the floor bored.

                                                    • Mid-America Prep
                                                      Mid-America Prep   3 months back

                                                      Yea, you’re right. But carrying on your body is NOT always an option.

                                                  • RhoebotZ
                                                    RhoebotZ  5 months back

                                                    Those are some creative ideas.

                                                    • Young James
                                                      Young James  5 months back

                                                      Cute

                                                      • Frankie Gunnz
                                                        Frankie Gunnz  7 months back

                                                        So your 2nd amendment right can be bought?.......You wouldn't want to support a business that Imposes on your 2nd amendment right unless you have to, but you clearly don't mind working for one...... People are too funny these days and have no morals or true beliefs anymore. Smdh

                                                        • Mid-America Prep
                                                          Mid-America Prep   2 months back

                                                          MD Rice ya, no.

                                                        • MD Rice
                                                          MD Rice  2 months back

                                                          @Mid-America Prep Move & Get Another Profession !

                                                        • Mid-America Prep
                                                          Mid-America Prep   7 months back

                                                          I work in a hospital. Couldn’t carry at work even if it were permitted.