Your gun was just stolen. What are your next moves? Believe it or not, most people aren’t taking the right steps in this situation. U.S. Law Shield Attorney Richard Hayes guides you through the 3 mistakes you need to avoid if your gun is ever stolen.
We all understand that at times bad things have happened related to guns. Many of these could have been avoided with proper planning and firearm handling. The following video is not a lesson about proper gun handling or storage. Whether circumstance or a mistake, it was in the past. This video is about taking the necessary steps to minimize the effects of one of the aforementioned mistakes to minimize compounding the situation and making things worse.
While I am sure many of you, like me, might question why the gun in the video looked to be regularly left in the car and not secured in a locked safe. Personally, for times when I have to leave my firearm behind, such as entering certain government buildings, schools, court houses etc., I currently rely on one of Hornady’s Rapid Vehicle Safes. It is the best solution I have found for the circumstance. However, there are alternatives.