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Man starts mobile gun storage company
#1
Interesting concept. I think at major sporting events it would serve its purpose. Would you use it?

Quote:Ever find yourself unexpectedly about to enter a gun-free zone while carrying? Instead of transporting your firearm all the way back home, one entrepreneur wondered whether it would be easier if there were safe and reliable mobile gun storage options for such situations. That is the idea behind Justin Hulsey’s company, Weapon Safe Armory, which revolves around the concept of mobile gun storage in armored trucks.

http://www.outdoorhub.com/news/2015/11/1...k-company/
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P89;170237 Wrote:Interesting concept. I think at major sporting events it would serve its purpose. Would you use it?

Quote:Ever find yourself unexpectedly about to enter a gun-free zone while carrying? Instead of transporting your firearm all the way back home, one entrepreneur wondered whether it would be easier if there were safe and reliable mobile gun storage options for such situations. That is the idea behind Justin Hulsey’s company, Weapon Safe Armory, which revolves around the concept of mobile gun storage in armored trucks.

http://www.outdoorhub.com/news/2015/11/1...k-company/

IMO, the proposed concept constitutes a "transfer" under federal law. If they had a trailer or container where someone could "self-store" and retain the only access to the weapon, it might fly legally, but even so, it sure seems like a HUGE risk for a bunch of folks to fill up a portable whatever with a bunch of guns.
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#3
It's an interesting idea. I would want to wait to see how the legal hoops get ironed out and what his findings are on the proposal.

As far as it being a transfer, I suppose so but no one bats an eye when you leave a firearm with a gunsmith or send one back the the manufacturer for an issue to be looked at. So, if they have their "t"'s crossed and "i"s dotted, I don't see a problem.

Also, I'm not the least bit surprised that the NFL is getting heartburn about the idea.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDvMPaspKds
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#5
Now THAT's a movie I have not seen in a long time!
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sgtsandman;170248 Wrote:As far as it being a transfer, I suppose so but no one bats an eye when you leave a firearm with a gunsmith or send one back the the manufacturer for an issue to be looked at.

And both of those situations are clearly NOT a transfer under federal law, AND gunsmiths must be FFLs and log the guns in/out, even though they don't have to run a check before returning them.
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(11-13-2015, 08:35 PM)gnbrotz Wrote:
sgtsandman;170248 Wrote:As far as it being a transfer, I suppose so but no one bats an eye when you leave a firearm with a gunsmith or send one back the the manufacturer for an issue to be looked at.

And both of those situations are clearly NOT a transfer under federal law, AND gunsmiths must be FFLs and log the guns in/out, even though they don't have to run a check before returning them.

I have a feeling that if this guy is going be be allowed to go into business, he will need to get an FFL as well. That is just what I suspect and I'm not even close to being a lawyer.


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#8
No! I absolutely positively wouldn't use it.
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#9
He would have to be licensed by the BATFE and they WILL NOT grant a license to a non permanent location.

Myself, even if it were a "U Store It" would never use it. How easy would it be to just leave, and then whip out the handy-dandy bolt cutters and have all the guns you want. When the person does this, he takes the van/trailer/whatever to some remote location, steals the guns and then just goes to the police and say that someone hijacked him.

Besides that, who in the world would insure a business venture like that? That should be anyone's first question, just like at any "U Store It", "Are you bonded and insured? Prove it to me."

Nope, nope, nope, nope, wouldn't even think about it for a second.
Xringshooter, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
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#10
Um...at sporting events just store the gun hidden in your own locked car, which would be safer than in a big armored truck advertising a load of stored weaponry. Rolleyes
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