What about a brown paper bag that's sealed with a piece of duct tape? Can't help the "MacGyver" in me. :wink:
No, the law say "integral fastener". I don't see duct tape being an integral part of the paper bag. The way the law was explained to me by legal counsel is the weapon must be on or about your person. He said about was within your immediate control.
If you have it on the seat under a rag, hit the brakes and it slides off the seat, it's no longer concealed or about your person. If you have it in a purse or satchel it would have to be readily accessible to meet the about part of the law. In the passenger floorboard would not be about your person according to his interpretation.
You can still store it in the glove box, console, or container in the luggage area of the vehicle.