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    Maybe an unsecured load? would be the most painless way out?
    Just glad a good Samaritan turned it in or could have been worse...
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    Quote Originally Posted by canadaman30 View Post
    I believe it was in a case, if I heard right? Prolly set it on the back of a truck and forgot about it. No big deal it can happen
    In my case I decided to drive away forgetting rifle was on the hard tonneau cover until I heard it slide off. But I was in a field, not on the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canadaman30 View Post
    I believe it was in a case, if I heard right? Prolly set it on the back of a truck and forgot about it. No big deal it can happen
    It's a big deal if it's not reported as lost (or stolen).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmoose View Post
    It's a big deal if it's not reported as lost (or stolen).
    Depends how far he drove. He may not realize it's even missing yet.

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    Nobody will claim this gun there are two charges that will accompany getting it back one for improper storage and two no trigger lock during transport


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    Quote Originally Posted by Radartrap View Post
    Nobody will claim this gun there are two charges that will accompany getting it back one for improper storage and two no trigger lock during transport


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    can you quote the law that say's that shotgun has to be trigger locked during transport please? And if it was in transport, it wasnt in storage, so what law will apply? Please explain?
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    No trigger lock required when transporting non restricted firearms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmoose View Post
    It's a big deal if it's not reported as lost (or stolen).
    If the owner thinks like a poster,here,he may be afraid to report it not knowing the law. If that's the case,it may have simply "gone overboard" when it's reported to the insurance company.
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    Writing off the loss of a $400 shotgun would be considerably cheaper than reporting (claiming) it. Especially since you now know it's safely in the hands of the police.
    Last edited by MikePal; September 29th, 2019 at 04:10 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmoose View Post
    can you quote the law that say's that shotgun has to be trigger locked during transport please? And if it was in transport, it wasnt in storage, so what law will apply? Please explain?
    Someone needs to brush up on the firearms regulations !

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