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I hid the handgun. Need to hide ammo.

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by fulloflead, Oct 9, 2007.

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  1. fulloflead

    fulloflead Member

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    I have one of these "gun swings" under my workbench and one in my nightstand:

    http://www.berrysmfg.com/107.php
    I LOVE this product, have several in my safe as well, and highly-recommend them.

    However...

    So, I've hidden the guns, but now how do I hide the magazines or speedloaders in a similar way?

    We need a similar invention for magazines and speedloaders.

    Anyone got any ideas?

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  2. KelTecian

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    please tell me you dont have children
     
  3. sm

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    I'll be damned!

    Mentors & Elders were making and using that idea when I was a little brat, and still being made.
    Used in vehicles too...

    Speed loaders :

    Two metal rods run parallel to each other just the width to hold them
    By taking a cloth (we used scrap canvas, like a money bag) and sew so where a "hole" was in the cloth (like done in clothing for a drawstring) and just slip over the rods - "U" and the 1911, BHP mag inserted with round down- base up - about 1/2 the depth of mag.
    Just little "U" shape pockets slip on one after another...

    Speed Strips : Same as above.

    Speedloaders: width of rods to accommodate release knob, "sitting" there, and we just did/do a shallow "u" , like a dip to assist in staying put.


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    Hope those aren't metal rods going in the bore to hold the guns.....
     
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    There are a variety of metals out there that would be harmless to barrel steel. While plastic is probably cheaper and would work just as well, I wouldn't mind if it was brass or aluminum.
     
  6. fulloflead

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    Heavens no, on the children thing.

    Made of plastic.

    I didn't quite get the "U" idea, but the parallel rods things sure sounds like a good idea. I could use two big nails or screws or drill holes for wooden dowels.
    I could do long dowels that aren't quite parallel for objects of different sizes.

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