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Old 05-10-2013, 01:46 AM   #21
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That ^ cabinet is way cool! The only problem I see is you would need some way to hide that joint. From the right angle it would stick out like a sore thumb....

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I don't know what you decor is, but I always liked furniture that can hide guns.
Nice case! Whodat!?
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Move..........

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Thank y'all for the suggestions I'm now on the hunt for coat hangers and a cheap old suit as well as a few vaccum cleaner boxes @missouri if that cabniet isn't 4,000 I just may have to buy it but in the mean time the only other thing I can think of to do is build myself a bed frame with a hidden door to keep everything stored underneath

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That cabinet is available for around $600 delivered. My wife wants one as well and I don't mind having some of my guns in a second room myself. There are also vault couches and beds, but those do get pricy.

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Especially in an apartment or places where space is at a premium, the best storage is something you already have that is going unutilized this solution will hold the Lee-Enfield and not take up one extra square inch of floorspace.

http://bedgunsafe.com/

Also, this is private property not affixed to real property, and therefore exempt from both landlord search, if locked (reasonable expectation of privacy) and becoming part of the real property, as long as you don't bolt it down. Your business remains yours and landlord doesn't know you are violating his agreement.

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Yeah, I don't know about that. Looks expensive, and way inconvenient to get to. Every time I want to put a gun in or take one out, I have to move a queen size mattress? I don't think so. If I had stuff that rarely saw the light of day, maybe.

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Yeah, I don't know about that. Looks expensive, and way inconvenient to get to. Every time I want to put a gun in or take one out, I have to move a queen size mattress? I don't think so. If I had stuff that rarely saw the light of day, maybe.
There are a lot of good under the bed safes out there for only two hundred bucks or so. It just takes a bit of looking around.

Personally I like this approach the most, because as someone previously stated, your landlord can't know what's in it if its locked.
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Same goes for ANY locked safe.

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