Always Armed — Glove Box

Glove Box Car Mount Holster

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I always talk about how possible it is to mount our holsters in tight places, including tiny little glove boxes and center console boxes! Well, I don't have a car with a small enough glove box so we took a glove box off of a 1980s 944 Porsche. I used to own one of these cars and so I know how tiny the glove box really is, it doesn't hold much, that's for sure! I would have loved to have one of these holsters mounted in my glove box back in the day check out how awesome this is! No...

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Smith & Wesson M&P 40 Compact

.40 car mount console Glove Box handgun holster mount S&W S&W M&P 40 now produces car mountable holsters for the S&W M&P 40C!

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Walther P99

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The Walther P99 is definitely a modern firearm with a host of features that will make it really work for you. It has an internal striker, and I must admit that I'm a fan of external hammers because I feel like I know the state of the gun. Not only does the striker tip protrude from the back of the slide, this one features a chamber load indicator. Aside from the safety mechanisms, this gun will literally adapt to you. [caption id="attachment_108" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Car Mountable Holster for your Walther P99"][/caption] Car holster is now available for the Walther P99!...

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Safe Carry While Driving Your Car

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We seem to focus on how to carry a firearm on our person, how to draw and fire, how to holster and how to conceal. All of this typically focuses our attention to carry on our person. What about in our car? The situation changes, and we examine the idea of safe. There is safe, as in, your gun isn't flopping around under the seat, in the door panel or in your glove box. Safe, so that when you experience a wreck, that the handgun doesn't become a projectile, and doesn't get smashed between you and the airbag. Safe, meaning...

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