What’s going on, folks? This is Mr. Colion Noir, and I want to do a short video basically discussing how I carry concealed in my vehicle. What I’m going to do is I’m going to show you what I generally carry in my car.
As you know, I’m in Texas. As you can see, the good old Texas heat, 94 right now. In Texas, you are not required to have a permit in order to carry a loaded firearm in your car, the only requirement being that you are legally able to own a gun and possess a gun. Outside of that requirement, the only additional requirement is that the gun be concealed.
There are no special contingencies. There are no other requirements that make you carry the magazine in the glove compartment… glove compartment and then have the firearm in another location. All you need to have is the ability to actually legally own a gun and that it be concealed.
In my case, when I’m in my car generally, this is typically how I carry concealed at night. When I’m coming home late from a club or something of the effect and I’m a little bit on a higher alert level, this is usually how I carry. I do not usually, typically carry like this throughout the day, just because there are people… I never know who is going to be in and out of my car.
With that being said, that, my friends, is how I carry concealed in my car. Well, a lot of you are saying, “Well, that’s a hat.” Well, yeah, it is, and what I do in my case is I take my handgun. I’ve an Uncle Mike’s holster, and I kind of slide it in between my seat, as you can see.
Now what this allows for, is it allows just enough pressure between the holster and the gun so that when I go to draw a firearm, it comes straight up. Now I would pull it completely out, but I am in a neighborhood. I don’t want to freak anyone out.
Basically, this is chambered. It is loaded and ready to go, and I put it there. I sit it in between my seat, and I take my hat and put it over the hat. I am legally now concealed carrying a firearm in my car.
If I’m pulled over, I simply hand the officer my CHL and my driver’s license, which has happened before. He asks me am I carrying. I tell him yes. He asks me where. I tell him on my side and right here underneath the hat. He basically, at least from my encounters, he tells me, “All right. Don’t move. Don’t go for it or anything like that, and I’ll be back.” I have not had an issue thus far.
The reason I do this is because, even though I do carry my… You can see that… My Glock 26. I carry my Glock 26 on my side, but as you can tell when you see… Let me get a better shot of this. All right. There’s my Glock 26. Now with my Glock 26 on my side, when I have the seatbelt on, I really can’t access my firearm. There be too much motion, too much movement, and things of the sort.
What this allows is, if I run into a situation where I need to engage a threat or pull my firearm or anything of the sort, all it would take would be for me to remove my hat, get a grip, good on the firearm and pull and fire. There you have it, folks. That is how I, Mr. Colion Noir, conceal carry my firearm in my car.
I’m really curious and interested to see how you other guys out there carry concealed in your vehicles. I know certain laws differ from state to state. With that being said, I am going to get out of this heat. Yep.
You guys leave a comment, make a video response or something of the sort, so that I can get an idea of how you guys are also carrying in your car. All right. Don’t forget to subscribe. That is Mr. Colion Noir, and I am out.
Mr. Colion Noir