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Old 11-21-2012, 01:38 PM   #11
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http://youtu.be/Fgv8AoL4xss
Something like this will still give you quick access and at least a little security.

Maybe a handgun safe next to your bed will work too. That way you are armed as you get up and make your way to your shotgun.

http://youtu.be/CcJUGuB35y8
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I had a GF that did not like guns. So much so that she gave me the option of her or the guns. I still have the guns.
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I had a GF that did not like guns. So much so that she gave me the option of her or the guns. I still have the guns.
Lmao, a gun will never leave your side
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A good dog wont either. lol Mine wasent real fond of guns either now she buys them for me!! Ive got a keyed cheap safe about 10' from my bed my 45 stays within arms reach. I do fell for you guys that are with somebody that is anti-gun
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I will give you a hint....

Go to your local electrical contractor. Buy, or he will probably give you an old, discarded, electrical panel. Strip out the guts, or part of the guts, and it makes a great hiding place. Most people don't want to screw around with the panels. Some of them have cylinder locks; it is not Fort Knox, but is reasonably secure. It is easy to recess into the walls and looks like it was meant to be there.
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I will give you a hint....

Go to your local electrical contractor. Buy, or he will probably give you an old, discarded, electrical panel. Strip out the guts, or part of the guts, and it makes a great hiding place. Most people don't want to screw around with the panels. Some of them have cylinder locks; it is not Fort Knox, but is reasonably secure. It is easy to recess into the walls and looks like it was meant to be there.
I like that idea
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I will give you a hint....

Go to your local electrical contractor. Buy, or he will probably give you an old, discarded, electrical panel. Strip out the guts, or part of the guts, and it makes a great hiding place. Most people don't want to screw around with the panels. Some of them have cylinder locks; it is not Fort Knox, but is reasonably secure. It is easy to recess into the walls and looks like it was meant to be there.
A buddy of mine has an old gunsafe in his shop that has been disguised as a high voltage electrical cabinet, it is backed up against one of the heavy drill presses and looks like it is the power supply for it. It is labeled "DANGER 600 VOLTS" and has a big knife switch box over the combination tumbler. It is a great camouflage job. An old circuit box would be perfect as well.
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I will give you a hint....

Go to your local electrical contractor. Buy, or he will probably give you an old, discarded, electrical panel. Strip out the guts, or part of the guts, and it makes a great hiding place. Most people don't want to screw around with the panels. Some of them have cylinder locks; it is not Fort Knox, but is reasonably secure. It is easy to recess into the walls and looks like it was meant to be there.
That is a great idea for a hidden safe in general too. Thanks for the idea!
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