Where to buy a nice gun cabinet cabinet near Nashville


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Oleg Volk
May 6, 2005, 10:51 PM
A friend wants to know where he could buy a nice (but not custom) wooden cabinet to hold 6-8 long guns. He tried a few stores, said he found nothing at all. Please advise.

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RevDisk
May 6, 2005, 10:56 PM
Just a suggestion, but he could buy a normal cabinet, rip out the shelves, cut them with a saw, sand them down, and then re-attach the shelves.

Cheap and easy. :D

(Sorry, don't know any furniture places in Nashville.)

Hal
May 7, 2005, 06:40 AM
:(

Better to advise him to get a safe than a nice cabinet...

I had to face the harsh reality that it's no longer the days of old, where items of some small worth could be displayed. I wanted to put a nice wooden gun cabinet in the family room a few years ago. After a lot of reflection,,, I decided a Browning safe was a better way to go.

I know that isn't the advice you probably wanted to hear. Fact is though, Nashville isn't the sleepy Southern town it used to be. We drove through there last October on our way to Tunica. Last time I was in/by Nashville prior to that was in 1985.

Things were,,umm,,quite a bit different.

mike1966ga
May 7, 2005, 06:53 AM
I had a very nice one, stained oak, beautfull glass work, then one day I came home from work and noticed that my AR-15 was turned around :what:
well I asked my wife if she had been in it, she said no, well long story short is that my teen son had some friends over and one of them just wanted to "look" at it :fire: well after a few words :cuss: to him, I got a safe
never had a problem like that before, and now I never will
mike1966ga

mike1966ga
May 7, 2005, 06:56 AM
oh and the gun cabinet now holds my wifes collection of dolls :neener:

Hardtarget
May 8, 2005, 10:16 PM
Yes, the safe route is a safe. I have a friend that lost too much in twenty short minutes. Get a safe and a nice stand to set them in for "show and tell".He'll need the stand for cleaning time after a range trip anyway.
Mark.

taliv
May 8, 2005, 11:12 PM
oleg, perhaps the bass-pro shop in that big honking mall where opryland used to be?

g56
May 9, 2005, 12:39 AM
My big fancy expensive wood gun cabinet now holds only a couple of clunkers without their bolts, everything else is locked in the safe.

Attractive pieces of furniture only advertise to burglars, a good safe is the only way to go these days.

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