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Who “Carries” While In Their Jeep?

Who “Carries” In Their Jeep?


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Yes. Always. Ranging from Glock 42 or 43 to G26 to G30S, depending on how tight my pants are on any given day. Because ... you never really need a pistol till you really need a pistol.



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Only when camping or wheeling somewhere more remote. Typically like to do a lot of backcountry camping, and have had some unfortunate run-ins with strangers, which is a total shame. I'm an Asian guy, and my casual observation is that there aren't as many Asians out on the trails. I don't consider myself to have an ounce of "pride" over race (because I think it's a pretty stupid thing to be proud of), but have had some folks make some pretty unfriendly comments (like snickering while asking, "shouldn't you be driving a Toyota or Kia or something?") out there. This makes my girlfriend (who is white) pretty nervous, and I'd be lying if I said I never thought about them sneaking up on our camp later at night to cause more trouble.

Mine's a S&W 686 Plus 4". Don't consider myself a firearm enthusiast at all; I just want something that'll shoot every time in an emergency situation.

I'm gonna say it again, since mentioning race online tends to come off as immediately divisive: I have zero notion of race "pride" or loyalty. My whole off-roading crew (and my social circle) is a very mixed bag of racial and ethnic backgrounds. I only mention it because others have chosen to use my skin color as a reason to target me specifically out there. Shrug.
Sorry to hear about your bad experiences. There are still a few folks like that out and about, unfortunately. Excellent choice in a camping gun by the way.
 

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I am a liberal, but I do occasionally carry in my Jeep, usually when I go off-road or super rural area. Wife does it too.

I carry Sig P226, while wife does S&W 22.
 

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I’ve seen various hints in many threads that make references to firearms. So I’m curious: how many of you carry a weapon, open or concealed, in your Jeep?

I’ll start. My answer is “yes, always.” My EDC is a SA XDm .45 cal, concealed.

If you are anti-gun, please don’t shy away from posting. Your opinions are valid too.
Yup..always w/ me ..almost everywhere
 

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Always. XDS 9mm w/9 round mag and 7 extra mags in center console. I work in downtown Dallas and there has been a shooting almost everyday for the last few months.
 

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I carry, period. The Jeep piece of this question is a little silly to anyone who carries. I am sorry if that comes across harsh.
 

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Always carry. Depends on where I am going and what I am wearing.
Glock, 19, 23, 32, or 42, Kimber Crimson Compact Carry II, PSA 300 Blackout Pistol with a folding stock and maybe an AR-15.
 

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Shoulda put up a bullet(sic) for the Nunya or guess answers!
 

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I’m have my CHL in Oregon, Utah and Arizona and I am always carrying anywhere I am legal to do so. I have many sidearms to choose from depending on where I’m going.
 

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Sig 9mm kept in car always.

As a part time musician traveling sometimes long distances very late at night I find a bit reassuring to know in the event of problems on the road I at least have 1 more layer of protection.
 

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Unless you are a LEO and your Jeep friends are LEOs, the whole point of carrying concealed is not to tell anyone. Not even in a survey.
 

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Yes, I carry. But not to protect my family. My wife can take care of herself. She carries, too. We're both retired LEOs with CCW and HR 218.
 

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Only when camping or wheeling somewhere more remote. Typically like to do a lot of backcountry camping, and have had some unfortunate run-ins with strangers, which is a total shame. I'm an Asian guy, and my casual observation is that there aren't as many Asians out on the trails. I don't consider myself to have an ounce of "pride" over race (because I think it's a pretty stupid thing to be proud of), but have had some folks make some pretty unfriendly comments (like snickering while asking, "shouldn't you be driving a Toyota or Kia or something?") out there. This makes my girlfriend (who is white) pretty nervous, and I'd be lying if I said I never thought about them sneaking up on our camp later at night to cause more trouble.

Mine's a S&W 686 Plus 4". Don't consider myself a firearm enthusiast at all; I just want something that'll shoot every time in an emergency situation.

I'm gonna say it again, since mentioning race online tends to come off as immediately divisive: I have zero notion of race "pride" or loyalty. My whole off-roading crew (and my social circle) is a very mixed bag of racial and ethnic backgrounds. I only mention it because others have chosen to use my skin color as a reason to target me specifically out there. Shrug.
You're an enthusiast, all right. The 686 Plus is in my opinion the finest-looking, sweetest shooting piece out there. Excellent choice.
 

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