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    Do you use trigger locks or wire slide/bolt locks?

    Do you use trigger locks or wire slide/bolt locks? If so when? Safe? To/from range?

    #2
    None... I have a safe. If I go to and from the range I'm armed legally. No time for that shit.

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    • Aquabach
      Aquabach commented
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      Close the thread.
      No other answer will be better than this one

    • Barnslayer
      Barnslayer commented
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      I usually bring more than one pistol to the range. My Nassau CCW is only good for one pistol.

    • mossy930spx
      mossy930spx commented
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      That CCW pistol is to secure you dont lose the other pistols you are carrying to bad men.

    #3
    Call Troop L, they will tell you which fits the Safe Act

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      #4
      Originally posted by JPS439 View Post
      Do you use trigger locks or wire slide/bolt locks? If so when? Safe? To/from range?
      AFAIK, you are allowed to CCW one pistol at a time. For my additional pistols in transit I use either trigger or cable lock. Whatever fits is okay.
      At home neither of those. Either it's ready to use, or in some sort of lockbox/safe.
      Exercise the Bill of Rights. It's good for your Constitution.

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      • Aquabach
        Aquabach commented
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        You lock your guns triggers that are unloaded and in cases when you take them put?
        What does that do?

      • Barnslayer
        Barnslayer commented
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        No. If I use a locked case for the unloaded pistols, I don't use any additional lock on each item. In the past I'd lock each one but piled them into an unlocked range bag. I think that's not allowed anymore. Correct me if I'm wrong.

      • ChiefSailer
        ChiefSailer commented
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        Only Nassau County. Aka NYC East. Suffolk county there is still no requirement.

      #5
      Cable locks make good Christmas tree ornaments.

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        #6
        CMP sent me a cable lock with my M1 Garand that I have yet to figure out how to use!

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          #7
          I gave my cable lock I got from CMP to my neighbor's kid to lock his bike

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              #9
              I use trigger locks on my HD handguns that I store outside my safe when I'm home. Inside the safe, no additional locks. To the range, one CC and ready, the rest in a locked case without additional locks. (My trigger locks are quick open combination types.)
              Last edited by Grifhunter; 06-20-2016, 06:40 PM.
              Ballistic: "Grif... You are my legal eagle spirit animal...."

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                #10
                Originally posted by JPS439 View Post
                Do you use trigger locks or wire slide/bolt locks? If so when? Safe? To/from range?
                Done you?
                Ben

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                  #11
                  I don't use them never saw the point. It doesn't prevent anyone from taking the gun and it is not hard to break.

                  if I had kids and no safe I might use them.

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                    #12
                    I throw them out or leave them at the gun shop

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                      #13
                      No, I keep everything in a safe. When I'm transporting firearms the chamber is always open and everything is triple checked. I don't have a pistol permit.
                      “Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are." - Benjamin Franklin

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