It has been my understanding that the prohibition of loaded firearms in a vehicle had to do with transportation. We all know that there is no jacking from a vehicle...per ECL.
Interesting. I think I'll give the old judge's office a call and ask about the truck bed angle.
Red wing blackbirds are here, must be spring.
My local range has a less than optimized layout, and one way to work around it would be a bench in the bed of my pickup. Might be good when shooting on state land too...even on my own property.
Anybody do this? There are several commercial...
Choices are endless. Like many of us, over time the rifle rack fills up with all kinds of stuff. I still use a slug gun. With the field barrel and choke tubes all my needs are met, be they birds, big or small game...versatile and affordable, although sabot slugs are stupid money.
Then I got...
My local guy takes stuff on consignment...we've both done well, I got my price and he made his money. My third consignment sale is there right now. True it takes some time, but the racks are mostly empty and stock is unavailable. It is a sellers market, and I'm the seller.
I've no argument with anything said, but isn't the OP putting the cart before the horse? I would think the discussion of what rifle should follow a consideration of game, hunting lands/conditions...maybe even caliber first.
Personally, I think a lot of folks head out with way too much...