Hey guys, if you're going to comment, please read the post. I give details in the post that may answer curiosities you may have. It's 2 for 2 so far, so yea just read it so you don't post something that I've already addressed and have to reiterate. This pistol is such a fun build. It inspires the tinkering and creation of things none of my other firearms really inspire. Anyway, I've carried an AR pistol wherever I go for about 2 years now. My biggest issue was always leaving it in the car. I've always tried to secure it as best I could, but it was never good enough. This purpose was the original thing that led me toward looking for compact, takedown builds. I think takedown ARs are awesome and fun, but the only practical use I have for it, IS to be able to lock it up in the truck. Otherwise I probably wouldn't had been as interested. I wouldn't lock it up to go get gas, or go in a corner store, or a restaurant if I can see my car, or any other quick trips. It would be for those long, I can't see my car and I'm not around it, trips. Every other aspect is just the cool factor. So SINCE I can do "cool" stuff with it, I decided that it's home, when carrying it to the range, or wherever else, would be a discrete package. I decided to go with an old Dewalt case I had sitting around. I still need to buy the foam, and the other rail inside is for a 10.5" 5.56 QRB setup, so I can easily switch between 300AAC (the 7.5" current setup), and the 10.5. As for the lockbox, it will be bolted to the truck, on a slide out system, under a seat. Once locked in, it would take someone hours to figure out a way to get it. Last, as to the "you'll be dead before you can get to it" thoughts; It'd be a RARE thing to have it in this box, but IF I were ever getting into my SUV and the boogeyman came at me, I would default to the cary pistol. That would almost always be the case, even if the AR is ready to go. Having an AR pistol and using it for defense will almost always be in a situation where you have reaction time. When split seconds count, while you're out and about, it's gonna be what's on the hip. Anyway, nothing is set in stone but these are the ideas, so far. Thanks for checking out my nonsense and God bless.