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recommend a quick-access LONG GUN cabinet/safe

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by 30 cal slob, Jul 24, 2007.

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  1. 30 cal slob

    30 cal slob Member

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    does anyone make a halfway decent quick access CARBINE/SHOTGUN locker/safe with a MECHANICAL (not electric) push-button access?

    you know, it's 3 a.m., you hear your front door crashing in ...

    thanks.

    -slob
     
  2. Regolith

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    No. If you need to be able to access something quickly, you shouldn't keep it in a safe. Safes are to prevent bad guys and children from accessing your guns, and therefor you don't really want something that can be accessed quickly.
     
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    In the wall between studs covered with a heavy paper. Painted and textured you can place it in any or every wall of your home.
    You might set it where you can store and maintain it from within a closet periodically. A breaker box cover sold with a locking door may be a good fit for something hidden like this.
     
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    thanks all! i love simplex mechanical buttons.
     
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    any S&G mechanical lock can be set to a single number combination. That is the dial is turned to that number then back to zero and opened.
     
  7. saspic

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    Has anyone tried this product? I believe Mossberg made something similar that held the shotgun only if the chamber was empty. I would love to store my shotgun this way, but only if I could have a shell chambered.
     
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    Is this what you are looking for

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    I saw this in the show us your safe thread. Im not sure how it works or where you get it or even what its called but if its what your looking for maybe someone will chime in and help ya find it
     
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    Does that last device pictured have an electronic lock? The button pad looks mechanical, but that electric cable must be there for some reason.
    It looks like there's a key lock also, but isn't that the kind they can now defeat with a Bic pen?
    I'm not sure how secure that thing would be...
     
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    I think that one I posted is more for keeping the little ones from messing with it but having it easy to get to for you when you need it. Not from keeping people that are robbing your house from taking it, thats what a bolted to the floor , floor safe is for. Even then it doesnt stop someone with the know how and the time to work on it.
     
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