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    Full Console concealed gun compartment - pretty neat

    Saw this on SVTP, with all the gun threads lately, thought some of you may find it pretty cool...

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    sweet

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    Now that's different, and very cool.

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    not only for guns but drugs too. criminals have it all

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    hummm.....now although that is pretty cool, it could be view illegal in some states. I know California has a law against hidden compartments for firearms. So I seriously suggest checking with your state and local laws before building one.

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    thats pretty cool

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    Cool idea,even though I cringe at the idea of running screws in the Harley console.
    But he IS hiding a Glock(in an Expy console),,,so its ok.lol

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    Baby Glock...probably wouldn't be big enough to hold anything larger than an ultra compact. Pretty sweet though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro-Hawk View Post
    hummm.....now although that is pretty cool, it could be view illegal in some states. I know California has a law against hidden compartments for firearms. So I seriously suggest checking with your state and local laws before building one.
    I don't think the actual hidden compartment of any kind is really illegal, it only becomes an issue if you have something conceiled that shouldn't be, or if you have illegal substances in your vehicle.
    Technically the center console already has a "hidden compartment", and the glove box is one too.
    This would be awesome with some sort of lock on it, and great if you have a conceiled carry license for your area that allows your gun in this type of thing.

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    should get the rubber tray and glue ontop that peice... you'd never suspect it then =)

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    he is doing the rubber liner on top of the plexi door to make it even more stealth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luxem View Post
    I don't think the actual hidden compartment of any kind is really illegal, it only becomes an issue if you have something conceiled that shouldn't be, or if you have illegal substances in your vehicle.
    Technically the center console already has a "hidden compartment", and the glove box is one too.
    This would be awesome with some sort of lock on it, and great if you have a conceiled carry license for your area that allows your gun in this type of thing.
    Again, it's subject to state and local laws. Here is just one example.

    DRUG ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS GAIN A NEW TOOL:

    UTAH’S HIDDEN COMPARTMENT STATUTE



    On March 18, 2008, the Governor signed House Bill 30, Vehicle Concealing Illegal Items, into law. The new statute, codified at Utah Code Ann. 76-10-2801, went into effect on May 4, 2008, and can be found at Utah Code Section 76-10-2801 Now, when officers find a vehicle with an empty hidden compartment they will no longer have to release the vehicle back to the driver. Instead, an officer may arrest the driver and impound the vehicle when they have evidence that the hidden compartment has been used to conceal contraband.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro-Hawk View Post
    Again, it's subject to state and local laws. Here is just one example.

    DRUG ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS GAIN A NEW TOOL:

    UTAH’S HIDDEN COMPARTMENT STATUTE



    On March 18, 2008, the Governor signed House Bill 30, Vehicle Concealing Illegal Items, into law. The new statute, codified at Utah Code Ann. 76-10-2801, went into effect on May 4, 2008, and can be found at Utah Code Section 76-10-2801 Now, when officers find a vehicle with an empty hidden compartment they will no longer have to release the vehicle back to the driver. Instead, an officer may arrest the driver and impound the vehicle when they have evidence that the hidden compartment has been used to conceal contraband.




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    I'm not a lawyer, but my interpretation of contraband would be an illegal item (drugs, for example). If you have a concealed weapon permit, I think you'd be okay doing this mod in Utah.

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    thats is pretty sweet... ima have to look into that one..
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