Home Rifles What Could Possibly Go Wrong: Trunk Monkey Edition Rifles What Could Possibly Go Wrong: Trunk Monkey Edition By Robert Farago - January 15, 2013 16 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ Click here for more info on the RAC. ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Heritage Manufacturing Releases a Trio of Rimfire Lever Guns Do You Know the Difference Between a Flash Hider, a Compensator and a Muzzle Brake? Obscure Object of Desire: Mossberg M44US .22LR Training Rifle 16 COMMENTS Seems like you could just unscrew the ar handle and take the trigger guard off. Reply Sure wouldnt take much to remove the trigger guard and grip. Reply put a cable lock through the magwell and through the lock on the trigger… have to store it unloaded though Reply I think the rusty steel on their demo AR says what I need to know. Reply looks like an airsoft bolt. Selector switch has 3 positions………. Reply Yea, I have to agree with Pantera. I had a proffesional grade airsoft gun once and the “bolt” looked exactly like that Reply 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. 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. Reply Looks like both could still be easily loaded and fired too. Reply Couldn’t a hard left turn just fire it off? Reply That’s what it looks like to me! Reply 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. Reply You know… I actually don’t see anything… Ohhhhhhhh. It’s through the trigger guard. Ha. Reply http://theusrac.com/product-info Better info. Reply 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. Reply For Cops who are dumb this would ensure more holes in the trunk than any other weapons arrangement. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.