Concealed Carry Hand Guns
CARRY IN THE CAR
Your need for a security plan extends beyond the office. During your daily commute you’re probably tired and distracted, and that makes you an easy target for anyone who wants to attack. For that reason, it’s important to consider ways to safely, securely and legally store your firearm in your vehicle.
Having your firearm on your body is the easiest way to access and secure it. Cross-draw holsters are widely considered the best option for concealed carry in the car, and that’s a solid place to start. But if you don’t want to carry on your person you also have the option of securing the firearm in a mounted lockbox.
Hornady’s RAPiD Vehicle Safe is a superb, easy-to-install option (it conforms to the interior shape of the vehicle and eliminates the need for modifications) that meets ASTA standards for security and pry-resistance. But that doesn’t mean you’ll have a hard time accessing your firearm when you need it: With five different ways to access the RAPiD Safe (keypad, barrel key, RFID band, sticker or key fob) you can reach your firearm quickly.
The RAPiD Vehicle Safe accommodates most pistols with a 4-inch barrel and revolvers with a 2-inch barrel, and it runs on a 12-volt car adapter or four AAA batteries. The 14-gauge exterior housing is extremely durable and can hold up to tremendous abuse. With an MSRP under $250, the RAPiD Safe is an affordable way to securely store firearms in your vehicle.
“…YOU’LL HAVE TO DETERMINE WHICH FIREARM WILL WORK IN YOUR OFFICE SPACE. MUCH OF THAT DEPENDS ON WHERE YOU SPEND MOST OF YOUR TIME AT WORK… AND YOUR EMPLOYER’S DRESS CODE.”