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Old 07-10-2011, 08:59 PM   #21
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Oh, the pain of it all!
Don, after we figure out what makes a woman tick, we are all going to get together and figure out a way to get all those guns back from the depths. Might take a while though..
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Very nice!!

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Great looking cabinet Don.

It looks as empty as my safe. (Same Cruise )

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That´s a good looking gun cabinet, would love to have something like that. Too bad it wouldn´t be legal in my country unless it was placed in a lockable gun room.
Working towards building up my collection that can justify a whole room!

I just don't need go on any boat rides with the guys around here. Talk about some bad luck!
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wow. i didn't finish. and i want that time i just wasted back. I was hoping for at least a pic of Bea Arthur in her undies .
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I don't like to have mine accessable when I am not home so I got rid of my racks for a safe. Then I had that bad boating accident in Lake Tahoe. Now I keep candy & snacks in my safe so the kids can't steal them.

Nice Rack though.

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... Nice Rack though.
You should have seen the rack I saw yesterday, it was epic!
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was it salt water?
any way looks pretty nice, I ever become a millionaire I want some amish cabinets

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was it salt water?
any way looks pretty nice, I ever become a millionaire I want some amish cabinets
Watch it now!




ps: Nice cabinet OP! Fill 'er up.
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That's very nice CA!

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My buddy needed to clear his third bedroom/office out. I've been admiring his gun cabinet for years because it displays rifles horizontally rather than vertically. I like to see the side of the rifle rather than the trigger guard and underside of the stock. Long story short, he gave it to me and delivered it yesterday. Then to top off his generosity, he and his girlfriend took us out to lunch.

I had to move two shelving units out of the cave and to the basement to accommodate it. There was a side benefit to that, I got my tools and the basement fairly well organized.

Obligatory pic is below. You'll notice that it's empty. This is because of the late and lamented FTF Cruise whereupon we all lost all our firearms. However, I can just picture rifles in there, if I had any.

That is an awesome cabinet and price too. Congrats.

If I had more than one gun I would get one like that......

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