If you do a search on glock talk I think you'll find that someone has installed one of these. So if you pm them I'm sure you will get some helpful advice.diamondmike said:Dont know how many from Ohio on here but on April 08, 04 we got our concealed carry law passed.
It has to be one of the worse carry laws in the united states!, when we transport the firearm it has to be carried in one of the following methods.
#! On your person in a holster worn in plain view so that if you get stopped a police officer approaching your vehicle can see it.
When we get out of the car we must then conceal the gun, when we get back in the car we must put the gun back in plain view, it is a real chore just to stop off at a gas station to take a fast leak.
#2 Locked in your glovebox
#3 Locked in a case in plain view
I just carry mine in the glovebox, this would do me no good what-so-ever if I was to be car jacked or needed the gun fast, I have been thinking!, maybe I could put a device on my glove box so that all I would need to do is hit a remote control button on my key ring and the box pops open, I know they make a device like this for the trunk so it could probably be done on the glovebox, maybe invent something like this and sell them at gun shows in do-it-yourself kits and become wealthy?
I usually keep it on me in the car. I have a cheap holster that I put on a leg strap. It clips on and off easily and is better than the glove box. I think Black hawk sells leg straps for $3.
For those times I put it in the glove box I made a copy of the key so I can unlock my glove box quickly. I just set the key on the cup holder when I'm driving. I put the key in the armrest when I'm not.