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Had the same thoughts just for the cool factor. I haven't tried it nor have I seen one personally. But at more than the price of the gun, I had to pass. I can't imagine it not working though. If you have a good lead on one for a good price, just go ahead and do it! Me... I would rather just buy more guns. Not to hijack anything here, but could that briefcase be used for ccw?
 

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Not to hijack anything here, but could that briefcase be used for ccw?
Depends on the state. In Michigan, SBRs that fit the definition of a pistol, and registered as such carried by someone with a CPL (Concealed Pistol License) concealed is legal so that would be an option in my state. An MG trigger pack or sear in an SBR host, not certain. Law probably doesn't specify that in MI.

I know I can ride around with this loaded in my vehicle next to or on me, and on my person. :biggrin:

 

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Yes, just talking about taking an sp5k in stock form and throwing it in there. I'm in illinois so they'd probably lock you up. But are there any federal regulations against something like that?

Edit. Knowing the sp5k is a pistol and not sbr
 

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Yes, just talking about taking an sp5k in stock form and throwing it in there. I'm in illinois so they'd probably lock you up. But are there any federal regulations against something like that?

Edit. Knowing the sp5k is a pistol and not sbr
Putting a pistol in a box disguised as a briefcase may be considered an AOW, so that is one federal concern if that is the case. (No pun intended)
 

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I believe it becomes a AOW.
Not to mention that the cases are by no means, low dollar items.
 

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Are there any known cases of the operational briefcase being used in actual operations? It's such an interesting device.
 

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Are there any known cases of the operational briefcase being used in actual operations? It's such an interesting device.
Perhaps in the 80/90s. Today people would look at the 20 something carrying what looks like a Samsonnite briefcase. A MP5KN fits in a LV briefcase.... Also someone would need to do is design a handle and cut a hole in one side and you'd be good to go.
 

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I don't have an SP5K yet but just bought one of the operational briefcases. I figure they can only get more expensive as the SP5K gets more popular as there is a limited supply.
 

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i have never seen them with gray locks and stripes ......i always seen them with chrome locks and aluminum stripes .. i have a new handle with trigger mech if someone is interested .
As clunky as those things are, I think they can be upgraded for the 21st century - if there's a real possibility of use, for real, I don't see why there couldn't be a bracket fabricated that would fasten up inside the case to hold a targeting laser (w/ windage & elevation adjustments), set to shine through a small peephole sealed with a gasket between the case and the laser. A dummy-proof switch setup would have to be designed that activates the laser when the 5K goes into action - it would have to be simple and sure so that it won't come on by accident, creating some 'awkward' situations, if you can imagine.
 
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