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Old 10-29-2022, 08:50 PM   #1
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Smile Firearm storage.....

Yes, we all have a bedroom closet, maybe a gun cabinet, or even an actual gun safe or two.....and one or more members may even have 'hardened gun rooms/vaults'..........

Our local 'farm & fleet stores' carries larger 'rollaway' tool boxes......that are all of 6' to 8' long. I've often though, "Hey, one of those would work great for firearm and accessory storage!" It's steel (not wood, like my current 14 long gun cabinet), but not as 'thick' as a 'gun safe'....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aB3...nnel=Arm%26Gun

Then, there's also an option for the bed of your pickup.....which is way out of my price range, and I'd never use it to store firearms, unless I was out hunting/shooting for the day.
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modified vending machines work great. i have an old Coke machine i stored power tools in when i had an off site shop.
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modified vending machines work great. i have an old Coke machine i stored power tools in when i had an off site shop.
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Store them in your boat...
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Yes, we all have a bedroom closet, maybe a gun cabinet, or even an actual gun safe or two.....and one or more members may even have 'hardened gun rooms/vaults'..........

Our local 'farm & fleet stores' carries larger 'rollaway' tool boxes......that are all of 6' to 8' long. I've often though, "Hey, one of those would work great for firearm and accessory storage!" It's steel (not wood, like my current 14 long gun cabinet), but not as 'thick' as a 'gun safe'....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aB3...nnel=Arm%26Gun

Then, there's also an option for the bed of your pickup.....which is way out of my price range, and I'd never use it to store firearms, unless I was out hunting/shooting for the day.
https://decked.com/
Holy sheeeeet that gun room their is more in their than the entire USMC has in their armory.. Damn $$$
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I used a worksite job box as a gun safe for years (before I could get a real “safe”). I covered the outside with speaker cabinet carpet and made wooden racks to store rifles horizontally; kept it in a large bedroom closet. Now it sets in the garage and is a ammo storage chest.
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Had a supervisor who used a steel truck bed tool box for storing his numerous handguns. Kept it in the house. The pad lock enclosure was such that it would be tough to cut the lock out or beat it apart. Once loaded with his collection the box weighed several hundred pounds. Not exactly something a person can haul away let alone spend an hour or more trying to break in to.
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Had a supervisor who used a steel truck bed tool box for storing his numerous handguns. Kept it in the house. The pad lock enclosure was such that it would be tough to cut the lock out or beat it apart. Once loaded with his collection the box weighed several hundred pounds. Not exactly something a person can haul away let alone spend an hour or more trying to break in to.
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