What Could Possibly Go Wrong: Trunk Monkey Edition

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  1. avatar Marlin says:

    Seems like you could just unscrew the ar handle and take the trigger guard off.

  2. avatar In Memphis says:

    Sure wouldnt take much to remove the trigger guard and grip.

    1. avatar Marlin says:

      put a cable lock through the magwell and through the lock on the trigger… have to store it unloaded though

  3. avatar Matt in FL says:

    I think the rusty steel on their demo AR says what I need to know.

    1. avatar Pantera Vazquez says:

      looks like an airsoft bolt. Selector switch has 3 positions……….

      1. avatar In Memphis says:

        Yea, I have to agree with Pantera. I had a proffesional grade airsoft gun once and the “bolt” looked exactly like that

        1. avatar Matt in FL says:

          I was referring to the propensity of something stored thusly to rust if left there for too long, regardless of what it was, but either way, I stand corrected.

  4. avatar Geoff says:

    I hope there is something else besides the piece in front of the trigger stopping any forward movement otherwise I really hope you remember the safety.

  5. avatar Michael says:

    Looks like both could still be easily loaded and fired too.

  6. avatar Skeev says:

    Couldn’t a hard left turn just fire it off?

    1. avatar Matt in SD says:

      That’s what it looks like to me!

  7. avatar Eric_in_NOLA says:

    I own two that I got at Shot show last year. Yes there are flaws- with an AR you can remove the trigger guard pin and/or the pistol grip but you can’t do that with my 870 which lived “at the ready”- as much as a firearm under lock an key can be considered “ready.”

    w/r/t pistols with safe action triggers and no safety- keep them unloaded with this device.

    W/r/t my 870 it was loaded with safety on but with the barrel pointed up and no second story at my place if the safety failed and I some how actuated the trigger getting the gun out of the lock it would have discharged into my ceiling and attic- hard on the ears but not deadly. I could have also elected to store it cruiser ready with the mag loaded, slide back and load off of the ammo carrier.

    Regardless- it is a good bit of gear but you have to use your head with it and think it through.

  8. avatar Hal says:

    You know… I actually don’t see anything…

    Ohhhhhhhh. It’s through the trigger guard. Ha.

  9. avatar 16V says:

    1 – Pull van up to trunk of car.
    2- Slide puller into trunk lock, one good yank, trunk lock removed.
    3- Open trunk, remove 4 bolts holding trunk using battery powered driver of choice.
    4- Snip harness feeding trunk lighting.
    5- Throw the who shebang in the van and drive off to free gun at leisurely pace.

    Total elapsed time 1 minute, maybe 90 seconds. No lock is unbeatable, but this is about as secure as leaving your safe unbolted to the floor/walls, just because it weighs 700 pounds. Any thief with a brain will walk right out the door with the safe on a 2 wheeler/furniture mover.

  10. avatar Lance says:

    For Cops who are dumb this would ensure more holes in the trunk than any other weapons arrangement.

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