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Old 04-09-2007, 08:54 PM   #1
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How many of you actually use a gun safe/locker? I know I don't. But, I think if you have one-two you don't need to, but the more you have the more necessity there is.

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Old 04-09-2007, 09:27 PM   #2
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We don't use a safe/locker... we just use a locked closet, it works just as well we think.

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Old 04-09-2007, 11:45 PM   #3
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I have a small gun safe for my handguns. Keep my rifle in the truck.

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Now a days 1 good weapon will cost you more than a good safe. Think about it

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Other than the bedside table .45, and the 12 ga. pump in the bed room closet, the rest are kept in the eight 8-gun cabinets or the 16 or 32 gun rifle safes or the handgun cabinets attached to the rifle cabinets.

But then, my kids are all grown, so I suppose I could just leave them all lying around to make it easy for burglars.

Tom

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I keep guns and ammo in a locked room.

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In NJ gun safes are tax-exempt.
In Montana gun safes are tax-deductible.

Two good pro-gun laws (both which should be nationwide) that make sense.
This not only promotes safety, protects your firearm, helps keep them out of the wrong hands it also provides an affordable incentive for people to buy one.

What I don't like at all is the key lock feature on new S&W revolvers.
I already lost the cheap key for mine and won't use it....won't buy another new S&W revolver again because of it.

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I have to much invested in guns not to locked up.Some could be re made but some could never be replaced Like my Savage 99F. And Husqvarna .

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I keep mine in a safe bolted to the floor and wall.

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900 # (empty) fire lined safe for anything not under my immediate control. I don't need to bolt it down, You would need a tow truck to move it when loaded down with guns.

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