Shotgun security in motorhome

AuldCodger

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As an ex-shooter I seriously doubt that it is possible if you wish you remain within the regs as I remember them.
Short of bolting the gun safe to the chassis ? I can't think of any other way.
OK it's getting on a bit on a Saturday evening and maybe a little sherbet is dulling the grey cells so interested to see what others come up with.
 

Snowbird

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I suppose you could get a gun safe fitted, but if its anything like the one at home, you will be over weight.
 
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My understanding is that the firearm needs to be stored in an approved firearms cabinet, that's bolted directly to the chassis.
 

camcondor

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You can get single or two gun safes which can be bolted down quite easily and not add too much to the weight.
 

jonandshell

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Not sure about your local Plod, but up here in Norfolk so long as you take reasonable precautions during transportation no safe is required in a vehicle.
Generally, keep it out of sight, only leave it unattended for a good reason, have the vehicle locked and alarmed (if fitted) and, if possible remove a vital part of the firearm.
If I know I have to leave the vehicle, I always take the bolt, or even complete lower receiver , with me.
 

kcy

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OH's gun cabinet is bolted to a bearing wall and was inspected by the firearms cops. So how that could be replacated in a motorhome beats me. Unless like in the car its in its case in the trunk.
 

1Oll

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I would think the first rule would be 'Don't post anything about owning a shotgun on any website".
B.
 
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I would think the first rule would be 'Don't post anything about owning a shotgun on any website".
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Where do you draw the line ? Don’ t post you have children/grand kids, or enquiries about tv reception cos you’ve just bought a 68”plasma ?
 
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