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    Weapon locker

    I had been looking for a locker instead of a safe to store my gear in that in need to grab and go. I didn’t want it stored in my vehicle or gun safe so I needed a better option. Lucked upon this for a decent price. This will hold my rifle, shotgun, body armor, ammo cans and a backpack with room to spare. I could have gone with chests but this is actually a space saver.
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    i was looking into these but thy are uber expensive typically.
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    That's a pretty cool idea. Currently I use an old wardrobe closets that come with a bedroom set!

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    That's a cool setup! More practical than this...
    drug this thing home a long time ago about 6 ft tall, heavy... Gutted it.
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    That’s a great idea.

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    That is a damn good idea! If one wanted to, you could build a strong wood shelf, or even use block to raise it a few feet. This would make storage underneath. Where did you find that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BR7.62 View Post
    That's a cool setup! More practical than this...
    drug this thing home a long time ago about 6 ft tall, heavy... Gutted it.
    Thats actually a good idea for a shop. If you left the lights and controls on the outside nobody would know that it was for firearm storage.
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    Thats actually a good idea for a shop. If you left the lights and controls on the outside nobody would know that it was for firearm storage.
    Put a lock-out tag and a padlock on it.
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    Of all places to find it, Facebook market place. The wife actually found it and asked me if this is what I had been looking for. I already cut a piece of 1/2 inch plywood and covered it with rubber matting for the floor of it. I wouldn’t mind picking up a couple more if I could find them and the price was right.
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    I have been looking for an inexpensive gun cage for a while. There are quite a few in Military Surplus, you just have to wait for one to come up near you. Sportsman Guide had a cheap/crappy one for $200, it was not secure. There are some really nice ones online for those that have plenty of cash to blow.

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    Tall vertical lockers are used at ski areas. Folks store their skis, boots, poles and other on the hill gear in them so you are not lugging it around all the time. If you could find those they would also be excellent gun locker.
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    While certainly better than nothing, I am afraid something like this would not hold up well to an attack by a thief with tools.
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    One of us is usually home while the other is at work so their time would be limited. That and I have several neighbors that see “everything “ .......
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    I know where there's one of these down the street 2011-11-07_00-06-14_871.jpg. Same exact model. Not my photo but the fella that posted it had gutted it and uses it as a gun safe, so it's not my idea. The one down the street used to be mine when I had the business until 2010 when I sold it. Don't know why the new owner shitcanned it since they never put in a new machine. Things been sitting outside the back of the building for years. Think I may still have a set of keys for it. Only problem is the bitch is HEAVY and I'm not too keen on trying to get it down my basement stairs. Sure as hell not taking it upstairs. If I can ever put the money together to build a garage out back, I'll be looking at that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BR7.62 View Post
    That's a cool setup! More practical than this...
    drug this thing home a long time ago about 6 ft tall, heavy... Gutted it.
    I'm all for camo.
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