We keep our firearms in a safe and our daughter does NOT know the combination. The safe had to be brought into the house with a forklift, so it's not leaving anytime soon.
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That could make for some interesting family time depending on what kind of lawyer she is.My 1st born daughter is LEO. Number 2 is a lawyer. I’m not worried about the location of my firearms.
She wants to prosecute bad people. Her and number one don’t usually see eye to eye. They’re slowly coming around lol.That could make for some interesting family time depending on what kind of lawyer she is.
Same here. But not my wife, my girlfriend who theoretically knows what the combinationAll of our firearms are in safes. Only my wife and I know the combinations.
Is that to say his safes were located in his garage? And presumably with no security system? If both are true, well... helluva terrible lesson to learn the hard way.So, you think your safe is safe? Better bolt it to the floor. My friend had FIVE safes stolen from his house here in WVa. While he was at work, he lived alone, a bunch of guys using two pick-up trucks and a winch pulled the whole safes from his house after breaking down his garage door. He probably lost a hundred guns ... the safes were found in North Carolina with the doors cut off ... no guns were ever recovered. Nothing surprises me what people will do these days.
In your person? Ouch, man! Yowza!...put some effort in keeping your firearms secure, specially when not in your person.