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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by PlayboyPenguin, Apr 27, 2006.

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  1. PlayboyPenguin

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    Well, I made that mistake of not buying three times more gun cabinet than I would need and had to go buy anoher one tonight. Now I have a set of twins sitting in my utility room.
     

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  2. John G

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    And you haven't named them yet? :D
     
  3. ReadyontheRight

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    Heck of a lot easier to move and a heck of a lot harder to rob than one big safe.

    'Course, you will soon start exploring hardened rooms and vault doors.:evil:
     
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    The hula girls on top really complete the ensemble. :neener:

    Kharn
     
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    They must be paternal twins, not idetical.:neener:
     
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    Like he said. I think I still have my hula girl that was on the dash of my dad's 1950 Chevy woody; but I don't have twins.:evil:

    You clearly now need more guns. :D
     
  7. PlayboyPenguin

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    Those are actually Hula "boys". A friend brought them to me as a gift from their vacation.
     
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    Ummm.... Playboy...... you don't have nearly enough guns stuffed into those puppies.

    I mean, you can actually close the doors without having to go through several times of reshuffling.
     
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    I am just about to order one of those sentry safes, so these pics are interesting ot me, do you know if those the "14-gun" or "10-gun" model?
     
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    If only they would multiply when you need them to.
     
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    You do have those lagged down to the concrete floor with at least(4) 4 1/2" X 1/2" red-head anchors, right? Otherwise a couple guys with a hand truck would just take the safes and all contents.
     
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    Congrats dad on the beautiful set of twins.
     
  14. PlayboyPenguin

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    Repo,
    They are the 14 gun models. Although I fail to see how you could actually get 14 guns in one. :)

    Evan,
    I have them lag bolted down with fout 6x1/2" bolts in the bottom of each and two 3x1/3 bolts to the rear on each. :)
     
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    Nice. Start planning now, for your third. Took me 7 months to out grow my second!!
     
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    Playboy - You got to learn how to 'pack em & stack em"

    I have more guns that than in one of those safes. It does get hard sometimes to close the door tho!

    I'm thinking I need another also, then I plan on bolting them togethor no way is anyone goingto get thru my hallway even if they get them off the floor (bolted too).
     
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    His and Hers?
     
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    Daryl and Daryl?

    :evil:
     
  19. PlayboyPenguin

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    Stickjockey

    Me and my younger brother have the same first name so my sister used to use that "this is my brother Daryle and my other brother Daryle" routine alot.:)
     
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