I wonder if you could tell them that you have removed all firearms from the house. Then say that you have personal items in there that are none of their business. If they demanded the safe be open, tell them to get a warrant.?
Ok so I have done some digging on my own because I know this guy doesn't want to make waves and chance losing his grandson.
I had to talk to 5 different DCF workers in various departments before someone could actually send me their exact policy on firearms.
Here it is:
There was too much to write in the first post but more is coming back to me. Like DCF said you can come home from work when the kid is in school and get your gun to carry.
I love how this kid has been to the house 100's of times, lived there for over a year at one point and was perfectly safe...
Last week I was unfortunate enough to have the pleasure of witnessing a DCF home safety inspection. An employee of mine was trying to get last minute custody of his grandson. He asked me to be there because they wanted character witnesses for him and his wife and he had misinformation that he...
I have a safe hidden on each floor of my house with 2 guns in each ready to go. However I carry 100% of the time I am home except for when I am sleeping so these are more for back up or a middle of the night trip to get a drink or something.
Personally I wouldn't leave it in the car, won't do you and good there. Take the safe you have out of the car and hook it up to something solid inside the house. This is what I did last week while I was on vacation.