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Old 01-30-2014, 12:47 AM   #1
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It took a while but I found a decent pistol rack for my closet gun locker.

Holds 5 pistols and doesn't look too shabby. Nice to view my carry choices for the day in an organized layout

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Old 01-30-2014, 03:36 AM   #2
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Pretty cool. Looks good.

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Sweet...where did you get it ?

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I have a similar set up inside my Safe for the Handguns, and Extra storage on the door..

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http://www.fleetfarm.com/detail/rack-em-the-holster-5-pistol-rack/0000000073086
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I would love to have a pistol rack in my safe. My problem is figuring out how to install the rack without hitting the fire foam canister inside the door. I have called Liberty in the past about drilling holes in the door. They just said don't drill any holes in your safe.

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There is racks out there that will hook over the plywood so you don't have to drill new holes.
I just purchased a door organizer which just hooked on over the plywood all around

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You could try some very strong magnets to hold the rack to the door.

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Liberty makes a pistol rack that is about the speed of a plastic shoe organizer. The pistol rack just hangs over the door. I should just buy a shoe organizer, attach it with commercial velcro.

Something like this in a more manly color.

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Something like this in a more manly color.
If you can fill that with pistols I doubt if anybody in their right mind will give you a hard time over your color choice John
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