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For people with really large gun collections.

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by British Guy, Nov 28, 2018.

  1. British Guy

    British Guy Member

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    Also comes with a ladder to reach the combination lock.
     

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  2. 1KPerDay

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    Do want. Could fill.
     
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  3. British Guy

    British Guy Member

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    I am still smiling, only four words, says it all. Thank you.
     
  4. bassjam

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    Even if my ceilings were tall enough, I'm not sure my foundation could handle it!
     
  5. egd

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    You'd have to build the house around it.
     
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  6. Walkalong

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    That's what I was thinking.
     
  7. ewlyon

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    Heck I could live in the safe and use the house for gun storage
     
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  8. berettaprofessor

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    Nope...I'd be too paranoid that door would swing shut while I'm inside, on it's own or with the dog's help (or heck maybe with a little nudge from my wife).
     
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  9. FL-NC

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    Or you could put your house in the safe and never worry about security for anything again.
     
  10. Blkhrt13

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    Should build my next house around one
     
  11. BigBlue 94

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    Our safe room just got poured...its too short.

    Or maybe that IS the safe room lol
     
  12. George P

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    I'd settle for a walk-in hidden room
     
  13. jono

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    Yup, that little thing would hold the stuff I’ve got stacked in the three safes outside of my gun room.

    Build your own.

    It cost me less than $15k to build a steel-reinforced, dehumidified, highly secure vault in my basement which holds my collection, a large safe, and a little cleaning space.
     
  14. Elkins45

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    I would hate to be the guy that had to move that thing up a flight of stairs.

    I think I might choose a less intrusive color for someone that big.
     
  15. Cowhide Cliff

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    Exactly in which case why not build a safe room as part of the house.
     
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  16. George P

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    Exactly, poured in place steel reinforced foot thick concrete walls with power, humidity control, air supply and communication capability so it can act like a safe room for you and your family as well - whether from weather/fire or hoodlums.
     
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