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    Taking a cruise

    I will be taking a cruise soon and looking for suggestions about storing my handgun. I will be driving from VA to FL and will concealled carrying. Weapons are not allowed on the cruise ship so what/how do I secure it will gone? Looking for any suggestions.

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    Trunk in the spare wheel well

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    I found this website a while back. They sell products that might be useful to you for a trip like this:

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    http://www.usacarry.com/forums/members/phillip-gain-albums-phil-s-photos-picture3828-reciprocity-map-29jun11.JPG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillip Gain View Post
    I found this website a while back. They sell products that might be useful to you for a trip like this:

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    Wow! that is useful information...thanks. i've just bookmarked it here in my laptop. Will certainly look at it again on one of my trips.
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    i would say to buy a good quality safe like a gunvault nano 300 i think it is, and lock it up in there. they can be found for about $30 bucks at acadamy sporting goods or online. have fun on ur trip!

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    Safety deposit box

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider-3 View Post
    Safety deposit box
    This is one sure way it will be where you left it when you get back!
    Good idea! Takes some planning but it is the best security. The other options posted should work but this is a great idea!
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  9. Ship's safe

    Prior (several days) to your boarding, ask the ship's captain if he could secure your firearm in the ship's safe, until the end of your trip. This way you will be to carry up until your trip and re-arm as soon as you return.
    Wes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XD40FAN View Post
    Trunk in the spare wheel well
    +one on that.

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