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Let's see photos of your GUN SAFE

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by SJshooter, Dec 20, 2006.

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  1. SJshooter

    SJshooter Member

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    I am considering plunking down some coin on a nice, tall safe. I'd really like to see photos of people's fancy (or even not-so-fancy) gun safes. Outside pics are great, and inside if you have a set-up worth showing.

    For the purposes of this discussion, we'll includes the much maligned RSCs in this post. Let's see those Liberty safes!
     
  2. Sean Dempsey

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    this is a perfect way to compromise security.

    I'll not be posting my safe or rsc.
     
  3. Ala Dan

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    Sorry, but neither will I~!:scrutiny:
     
  4. Serpico

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    I don't have a pic of my safe that is is my garage at 225 Sylmar lane, Hytown, NC....but my combination is 23-54-29...though for security reasons, I'm not saying whether you turn it left or right to start!:neener:
     
  5. SJshooter

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    How is your security compromised by post a photo of your safe? Is the combination printed on a sticker on it? Do you think that if you crop it wrong I will be able to see a clip of carpet color, track down the make, and figure out where the safe is? I am all for security, but I think you can post a carefully framed picture and be prudent about your security while still contributing to the thread. Or maybe I should take down the photos of my nice revolvers, too. Someone might hop on a plane to come steal it. Geez.
     
  6. f4t9r

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    I see nothing wrong with posting a pic of ones safe. Some feel that if they post a pic someone is setting them up or something. I just do not see it that way. Hopefully get a new camera for Christmas and can post more pics. I like many others enjoy seeing them
     
  7. LBTRS

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    I would post a picture of my Safe if I had a digital picture of it. I would not post a picture of the contents though. I have people ask me all the time..."can I see your gun collection in your safes?". The answer is always NO, Sorry. My father and father-in-law are the only ones that get to see what's inside all at once.
     
  8. wundudnee

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    Don't worry about fancy, just buy the biggest you can afford. This is the little one.
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    This is the bigger one. They're both American Security, fire rated.
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  9. Rangegod

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    OK, I'll play along since I never leave the house anyway.

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    rangegod, OMG that's alot of pistols:what: :what:
    oh, and if your gonna wine about this compromising security, dont even post.
     
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  11. SJshooter

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    Thanks so far to those who posted. I really just wanted to see some set-ups (and maybe drool over the cabinets with tons of square butts sticking out).

    To the guy who won't even show his friends his gun collection: If you're that worried about your friends, maybe you need some new friends.
     
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    Rangegod, awesome.:cool: :cool:

    I still have room to lay most of my pistols on their sides... I hope someday to aspire to your level.:D
     
  13. marksman13

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    Damn, rangegod!!! How bout sending a broke college student a nice Christmas present? Very, very nice collection.
     
  14. Bob R

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    This is one of the big Liberty (colonial Series) safes. I got the biggest they had so I could expand, but now I need another one.

    Whatever you do, get the biggest you can afford.

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    Remember, bigger is better!

    bob
     
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    Rangegod that is one IMPRESSIVE collection. Most gun shops in the area don't have the inventory you do. I also seem to recall having that same carpet in my living room at one time :)
     
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    vey nice collections fellas, im impressed!! well anyways im in the same boat as sjshooter. im lookin to get me my first safe as my small collection blossums(6 smiths,2 h&k's,nm SA m14, and yes its a real m14 not an m1a.selecter tack welded as to prevent use . i rent from governmeant through a program <conventional highpower >and a cmp garand on the way.oh and my trusty 1187 12 ga <fer squirrels an such>
     
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    Wow! Rangegod, you are the kind of neighbor I would want if society ever broke down in my neighborhood! That or zombies, or aliens, ect. would take over! :what:

    BUT.....how many of those don't get to see any use for years? That is quite the collection. Must have taken quite some time to build it up such a nice collection.

    bill (feels like he has no need for a safe compared to some of the members here!)
     
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    Wundudnee, you ever light that railroad lantern hanging over all that ammo?:scrutiny: Hmm...
     
  19. RP86

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    LOL it must be nice having guns delivered right to your doorstep. I guess if you were a FFL holder that would work.
     
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    Wow, that's one heck of a pistol collection! *drool*
     
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    Would you like my SS card as well?
     
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    Have modified this several times...adding shelves, lighting, and door storage. (National Security Magnum Plus)

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  23. Ryder

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    You can judge the size by it's relationship to doorway on the right.
     
  24. f4t9r

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    I feel gun poor after seeing some of those pics !!!!!
     
  25. AdamXBT

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    WOW!!

    Where IS The War!!!:cool:
     
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