There's another recent thread inquiring about the risk of rust when storing guns in soft cases. I read that thread, but have a slightly different question. I'm looking to store guns in a safe, RSC, or lock box. I have two long guns, and might acquire another two or four in the coming years. None of them are high-value - my kid's .22's, a pump action shotgun, that kind of thing. So I'm not looking for elaborate protection from theft or fire. I just need to secure access to them. I noticed the practice in demonstration is to store guns in a safe without a case, but presently, I always store and transport my guns in a soft case. I would also consider using hard cases for storage and transport, but I need more security than just a Pelican case and trigger lock for storage. I can see how someone trying to fit 14 long guns in a costly safe that's already stuffed full of gypsum isn't going to try to stuff the cases in there too. But I only have two, four, maybe six guns at the most. I noticed a lot of the entry-level drywall box type RSC's don't have adjustable shelves and the gun racks aren't removable without busting them out. It's almost like I have to pay more for a higher-end model to get removable racks so I can have a plain empty box. Am I a fool to want to put guns in cases in the safe?