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Old 09-02-2013, 11:15 AM   #11
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AND, I recommend atleast putting a locking door knob on the closet door!
Thinking about a cable w lock thru the trigger guards. Kind of hard to pick them up all together and you sure as sh*t can't shoot them that way
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Thinking about a cable w lock thru the trigger guards. Kind of hard to pick them up all together and you sure as sh*t can't shoot them that way
I remember seeing a thread where someone on this forum did something similar but they were all locked down somehow with a clasp that went over the barrels and looked very secure.
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Thanks and yes I glued felt in the cutouts.
Careful. I did just that. See my thread "Keeping guns from rusting"
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Careful. I did just that. See my thread "Keeping guns from rusting"
Read your thread, good stuff. I'll keep my eye on that. I imagine it has something to do with where the rack/gun safe is located, as some of the comments on that thread seem to indicate
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Stack-on cabinet.
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Careful. I did just that. See my thread "Keeping guns from rusting"
You can line the cutouts with soft rubber gasket material.
Cut a piece to insert in the floor frame too.
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Steel against rubber won't cause an issue? Also, that combination won't hold any oil.
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Anything touching steel will cause issues. You still have to take them out and clean/oil them, but the rubber doesn't hold moisture.
I guess there's no perfect solution.
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Not to be redundant...but....Johnsons paste wax.




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Would any wax work? Say, candle wax or bees wax?
And why would want to wax your johnson?
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