questionscan someone recommend a lockable container that…

vote-for10vote-against
vote-for2vote-against

Why does it need to be lockable? I don't get that part.

You can get two doubles like so.

vote-for3vote-against

@zuiquan: She was informed that locking the guns up would be better because she is transporting them across state lines.

btw - the link doesn't seem to be working

vote-for2vote-against

@zuiquan: Link doesn't work.

Also, lockable to probably comply with certain state transportation laws. Some state laws require firearms to be in a locked container/in the trunk of the vehicle.

vote-for2vote-against

Maybe now? Nope, that didn't work either. Anyway, go to Cabela's and search for Plano Protector Double Gun case. FWIW, I've never transported any gun in a locked case in my life and I've driven from California through Michigan and down to Alabama. Of course, they were in the trunk but not in a locked hard case.

I think the best you're going to do is a double case. I'm sure someone out there makes a four gun case but I'd hate to think what it'd cost.

vote-for3vote-against

Unloaded, in a case and locked in a truck appears to be sufficient.
www.nraila.org/gun-laws/articles/2010/guide-to-the-interstate-transportation.aspx

The cases @zuiguan was referring to are lockable.

vote-for2vote-against

@kamikaze2007: Yep, that's why I was wondering why the "locked" stipulation. Of course, it's possible that she doesn't have a trunk or something and so would then need an actual lockable hardcase.

vote-for2vote-against

If you are traveling through New Jersey or New York you should carry a copy of the Firearms Owners’ Protection Act, it's available with a google search.
Although it is Federal law, state jurisdictions can make your life miserable even showing them the federal peaceable transport law.

vote-for1vote-against

Have either of you checked Amazon or Google?