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Old 11-22-2011, 07:46 PM   #1
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Anybody have a gun rack in the back window of their truck? I am looking to buy one soon and I just figured I would see if I can get some opinions on brand/style before I make a purchase. Post some pics if you have em
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Mines on the back of the front sets. Will take a pick this week when I'm deer hunting.
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only wish i could put one in a few years ago they made them illegal in my state
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I have one in my rear window, it was 9.99 at wal mart from winchester.. works like a dream! Im down in Florida so they are legal, but even empty they are a statement
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I wonder how long it would take before i would get arrested for one of those in california? lol
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If I'm not mistaken, California has an open carry law. As long as the forearm is in full view, it's perfectly legal. I believe that's what I read when I was looking into concealed carry permits. I know open carry is legal here in Colorado. I'm planning on getting one myself before long.
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If I'm not mistaken, California has an open carry law. As long as the forearm is in full view, it's perfectly legal. I believe that's what I read when I was looking into concealed carry permits. I know open carry is legal here in Colorado. I'm planning on getting one myself before long.
Forearm, or firearm? Just picking on you. Sorry, I couldn't resist.

I hear California is pretty strick about weapons. Here in Louisiana we have it pretty good. Open carry is perfectly legal and it isn't too difficult to get a concealed carry permit. I got mine a few months back.

I've also thought about a gun rack for the back window, but I sorta feel like that's an invitation to theives. I was considering making some sort of rifle rack that would hang on to the back seat, where it would be less obvious from the outside.

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Wow them laws suck not a problem at all here in pa
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I have one in my rear window, it was 9.99 at wal mart from winchester.. works like a dream! Im down in Florida so they are legal, but even empty they are a statement
Haha wallyworld was the first place I went but they didn't have anything in the store. I could see if they have them online though.... Do you have any pics?
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No problem, ill post some after I get out of work
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