Concealed but Accessible in Truck
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    Concealed but Accessible in Truck

    In the state of MO a loaded handgun can be carried, out of sight, in your vehicle. I have my CCW as well.

    I finally found a great solution for concealed-but-accessible in my Yukon. A piece of 2" wide aluminum, one screw in the dash, a 90 degree bend, and tucked behind the carpet near the firewall. See the pictures.

    The holster is a Blackhawk Serpa. i merely drilled the aluminum and used the screws that came with the holster to attach it. it is secured by the holster and easily accessible over my right foot.

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    I refuse to be a victim, and to to protect my loved ones.. That is why I carry..

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    Hmmm..... I guess that would work, depending on what "out of sight" means. That kind of looks "in sight" to me from most of the angles you photographed it from.

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    It is out of sight

    it wouldn't be a useful picture if you didn't see the gun in it. However, sitting in the drivers seat you can see a smidge of the slide. Standing outside the door as a LEO would....no way. When you open to door to get in you cannot see it unless you bend down and look deliberately. Maybe a little person would have line-of-sight...

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    My truck

    Quote Originally Posted by captsam54 View Post
    Sent you a PM... or Visitor message as they call it...
    The Yukon is a 2006 Denali XL.

    Another option is here:
    Console Vault™ - GMC Yukon XL Denali Floor Console 2003-2006

    Tho this is more for security not accessibility.

    My option is a nice place to hold it while on the road. Before slipping it back into the IWB when I get out. Cannot access it when sitting on it.

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    I made a Kydex console holster for my 1911. It's where I need it if I need it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rpxr400 View Post
    I made a Kydex console holster for my 1911. It's where I need it if I need it.
    Nice setup.

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    I did something similar for my S&W 60 in the console to my truck, using an Uncle Mike's Kydex holster. Mine is screwed into place but I have considered replacing it with a more generic holster (like an Uncle Mike's Pocket holster) that will hold either the 60 or my Kahr PM9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SC Tiger View Post
    I did something similar for my S&W 60 in the console to my truck, using an Uncle Mike's Kydex holster. Mine is screwed into place but I have considered replacing it with a more generic holster (like an Uncle Mike's Pocket holster) that will hold either the 60 or my Kahr PM9.
    Can you post a pic?

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    Like the setup, similar to one I had in my old truck considering doing the same again, and your photo reminded me to get to it.

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