If he's responsible, and kids don't have access to the gun, I wouldn't worry about it too much. Granted I doubt he'd take it out of the car once arriving at disney world. You'd be surprised how many people just go "shopping" for Hondas, Nissans, anything in a parking lot, including Disney World. Or the hotel he stays in, or anything. I never understood leaving a gun in a car to "protect the car" so it definitly needs to stay on the person as much as possible. In the event someone does steal your car, you left them with a loaded gun as well. If your car has a sunglasses holder, you can tear the headliner out above it (considering you have a concealed permit) and put the gun up there (cutting required) No one would find it if they stole the car, and it can be quickly accesed by pushing the plastic in and letting it fall down. Glove box or under the seat is a little too obvious, if they knew you had one.If going on vacation why don't you leave it at home ya fuckin psycho
Seriously what are ya gonna need a gun for at disney world
And pretty fuckin sure they're not letting anyone into a massive amusement park clad with little kiddies packin their "piece".
Leave the gun at home.
And before you start thinking im an anti gun nut, I gotta few as well
LOCKED UP IN MY FUCKIN HOUSE WHERE THEY OUGHTA BE UNTILL MY LIFES IN DANGER OR A ZOMBIE OUTBREAK HAPPENS (heehee)
Putting it on the seat is great for areas where you may be likely to be carjacked (I.E. still in the car) It's all up to the individual, the state laws, etc... but once again, doubt he'd be taking it in to Disneyworld. I don't care if he has it in his car.