Author Topic: Locking safe for CZ 75B  (Read 1371 times)

Offline jdr3366

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Locking safe for CZ 75B
« on: July 21, 2011, 09:30:53 PM »

I need a safe to store my CZ 75B 9mm in my night table drawer and when I'm on the road (car trunk and during airline travel).

Any experience with the NanoVaul 300 (combination lock) or 100 (key lock)? The link to the 300 is here.

Other recommendations?

Hope this is an appropriate question for this forum.

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Re: Locking safe for CZ 75B
« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2011, 10:57:08 AM »
          Yep I think safes can safely (little pun there) be categorized as Accessories. I don't have that model. The one I gave my daughter for her pistol is the one the NRA sells online or in person, depending on where you live.
          Keep in mind, (if you don't already know this of course) that there are a couple airlines that will not let you travel with a pistol under any circumstances at all, and they even balk at LEO's traveling with their side arms, but they don't actually have a choice and then those are checked through as luggage Not carry on................. Usually. The rest of the Airlines will insist, well ok the TSA, that the pistol be unloaded, no ammo at all anywhere, checked or carry on. And possible the Magazine in a separate place. Whether that can go as carry one I'm not sure I forgot to ask, but I would not bet on it. The Mags may not have to be in a safe just in your checked baggage, but the pistol has to be in that safe, and they will check to make sure all the t's are crossed, and the i's dotted, and that it will be in a hard sided piece of luggage also.
         Also make sure of your route before you start on a road trip. There are more than one State that restrict, where and how or even if you can transport a weapon through their state. Yes despite the fact that most every state has a reciprocal agreement with other states to accept their CCW's Permits. Weird yes I know.
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Re: Locking safe for CZ 75B
« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2011, 10:12:17 PM »
The rules of travel are complicated, but I'm more worried about losing my suitcase  with the pistol in it.  :cry:

I'll look around a bit more, but I think the NanoVaul 300 fits my needs. I'll let you know.