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Old 04-14-2011, 04:56 PM   #1
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Gen 4 Glock 23. stolen today out of my truck. it has a crimson trace laser grip on it also. I know I will never see this gun again but thought Id let you know. Damn full coverage dosent cover anything.
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Old 04-14-2011, 05:09 PM   #2
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[QUOTE=new wave archery;652152]Gen 4 Glock 23. stolen today out of my truck. it has a crimson trace laser grip on it also. I know I will never see this gun again but thought Id let you know. Damn full coverage dosent cover anything.[/QUOT

I hate a thief !!!!!! I know this is to late for you know but assuming your going to get another fire arm to carry in your car or truck ? I got a gun vault mvb500. I removed my seat in my truck and bolted it to the floor of my truck into a cross member thats run under the truck once in stalled you put the seat back and no one knows it there . I simple put the weapon in the vault when i leave my truck say sitting in the parking lots at like boat ramps or any were i go in and im not carrying it on my person , Its very simple to take out once back in the truck . It will prevent some one from stealing it and will prevent some one using your weapon on some innocent person .
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Old 04-14-2011, 05:22 PM   #3
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Man I hate that for you . I hope they catch the thief!
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Gen 4 Glock 23. stolen today out of my truck. it has a crimson trace laser grip on it also. I know I will never see this gun again but thought Id let you know. Damn full coverage dosent cover anything.

Try your homeowners insurance.
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Old 04-14-2011, 05:44 PM   #5
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Try your homeowners insurance.
This is a good idea, HO-3's will cover up too $2500 for firearms depending on your company. Even if it was away from your house.

On another note I just had one of my kids Ipods stolen from my house and knowing how much effort is put into finding those kind of things by LE ( just saying that because I understand it's not as important as catching murderers and rapists) I Googled all places that bought used electronics and the first place I called had took one in three days earlier and I told them it may be stolen and to hold onto it until I could get the serial #. It matched and property was retrieved and criminal was caught. So don't write off how dumb criminals can be. Just say'n.
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Did you have the serial number off the gun? If so, it will turn up sooner than later...
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Report the theft and the weapon description and serial # to Law Enforcement Agency . Get it into fcic/ncic, you never know what might happen.
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Nothing good about that!
Just wanted to mention, that you should think twice claiming anything small on your home owners policy.....I was told by an agent that incidents linked to a property or its H.O. policy are held in a database and shared with all insurance companies forever. ....Which means that years from now when you need to renew or change companies your property will be considered a burglery risk because of your past claim.
I Had about $3000 worth of tools stolen out of my truck (most of the tools I NEED EVERY DAY) and claimed it on my H.O. policy , which paid $2000 of it....next thing you know......non-renewed, next company charged me another $1000 a year for the same policy!
It really pays to eat the small losses and keep it out of the public record!
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YUP.

It is called the CLUE (Comprehensive Loss... something or other).

It does exist, and is shared between insurance companies.

I have seen mine, IIRC I got instructions to order it from ClarkHoward.com

Hate to hear about your gun, you ought to post the serial number here... never know who might search the internet for it and help get it back to you.

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Nothing good about that!
Just wanted to mention, that you should think twice claiming anything small on your home owners policy.....I was told by an agent that incidents linked to a property or its H.O. policy are held in a database and shared with all insurance companies forever. ....Which means that years from now when you need to renew or change companies your property will be considered a burglery risk because of your past claim.
I Had about $3000 worth of tools stolen out of my truck (most of the tools I NEED EVERY DAY) and claimed it on my H.O. policy , which paid $2000 of it....next thing you know......non-renewed, next company charged me another $1000 a year for the same policy!
It really pays to eat the small losses and keep it out of the public record!
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Old 04-15-2011, 12:02 AM   #10
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Dam just wondering where you kept the gun in your truck, I have my permit to carry I leave it in ocassionally like going into schools games all that stuff, but unless you were went through by some local teens at night looking for whatever they can find ( being stupid kids, usually not to sophisticated, if doors are locked move onto the next one ) or sounds to me like an inside job from someone that knew u carried it and where, was anything else stolen or just the gun?

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