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Old 08-07-2014, 12:45 AM   #1
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I have not really needed a "secure" location for my firearms as my house is pretty much never empty and the two dogs take care of "unexpected" visitors (lol...Jehovah's witness does stay long at the door).

I did think however; what about the very few times the house is empty and should someone get past the dogs, I don't want to make it easy for them. So I converted my office closet into my gun closet.

solid wood door, deadbolt key lock. Can it be broken into ? Sure - with a crowbar, time and effort but short of a gun safe (which is expensive and not on the wife's top 10 wish list), it means I can feel a bit better should someone steal something and use it. I did my part so to speak. This topic has been gone over before (so not looking to start that). I don't have to do it. I choose to do it.

Besides, now all my STUFF is in one place...LOL
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Old 08-07-2014, 12:48 AM   #2
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It looks roomy. You need to fill it up.
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Very nice setup you have sir.
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It looks roomy. You need to fill it up.
I just KNEW you would say that...LOL

I actually have two more handguns. Bersa Thunder 380 and Ruger 22/45...but if I buy anymore ...I will be living in that closet as I will be wife banished

I DID get a new red dot sight for the AR. So now I have a scope for it and the red dot. Will test it Saturday and will write a review then...lets see what a $29 red dot sight can do...
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Nice looking setup. Way too much factory ammo. Need to get started reloading so you can fill it up with tubs of reloads.
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Stupid question...where are the hinges to the door? Are they outside it or are the 'front door' style piano hinge?




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And I'd add one of those pry resistant metal ends to the door.

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Or one like this:

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I like the concept. I went with 'cabinet within a closet' myself. Would really like to convert a walk-in closet
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that's a good point.

regardless of well secure the locking method, most doors have very simple hinge pins that can be removed with a screwdriver or a large pocketknife with very little effort. see about replacing the hinges with those that have non-removeable hinge pins.
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