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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by pochis, Nov 15, 2010.
man that sucks, i think i would have taken it with me.
That sucks, some people are real DBs.
Sounds like he tailed you from the range.
Why was the Glock not on you again?
Be sure to report it to the police.
They need to check if there was video at the range and at Wally World and match them up.
I actually check my rear view on the way home from the range to make sure nobody is following me into our neighborhood.
I think one problem with locking gun in the trunk occurs, when you move gun from inside vehicle to the trunk, while in parking lot. People might see you and realize you are locking something valuable in the trunk. If you placed it unnoticed in the glove box, they might not bother your vehicle.
That's why you do it at the range .
Wal-Mart aways have security camera's and security patrolling the parking lot, i would have them go threw the camera's they HAVE to have surveillance in parking lot's it is store policy!!!!
get a lock box for every vehicle,thought everyone knew this and cable it to a seat frame,or they teach you this in ccw class,they are only 20.00,well it least it wasnt a gen 3
Aha, don't know if this was posted yet but you were probably followed from the range.
Here in WI we will have a rash of vehicle break-ins in the next few days: thieves pin point vehicles with hunting and NRA stickers, etc., as opening gun deer hunt is this Saturday. Thieves think it is much more likely to find a truck loaded for the hunt, and they are correct.
Sorry for your 19 loss.
Another sad day in America.. Improper gun storage creates a loss of several lives on the street with a stolen handgun.
I'm with him !!!!
What makes you think it was improperly stored?
The police should be able to get with Wally World they all have security cameras in the parking lots and can see everything that is going on there. I had my GPS stolen at wally world and the police watch the video and knew who the guy was that took it, I got my GPS back 4 days later... .
Locking your car should be enough to secure your belongings, but we know that's not the world we live in. We have been selling more boxes to people that want to lock their gun in a vehicle when they can't carry.
I have a Nanovault 100 I use just incase I have to leave anything valuable in my car. For the price of a nanovault, you could still be a proud owner of a G19. I can already see the Homeboys night sights being installed on your stolen G19 already.
I am also opposed to irresponsible gun storage but would be careful saying a stolen gun will cause the loss of lives on the street. That's like saying a stolen Zippo will cause a barn to burn down.
Locking up gun at the range works fine, UNLESS you want/need your gun accessible, while you go from the range to wherever, Walmart in this case.
Hey, it's not my G19. My G19 would have been in my holster, on my person. However, having your pistol in your locked vehicle does not constitute improper storage.