I inherited 2 handguns and a shotgun (a S&W 45, a 22, and a 12gauge shotgun) from my grandpa. He kept these guns in a wooden case in his basement, but I would like to keep them a bit more out of reach. That said, hopefully I'm posting this in the right spot; I just assumed this was part of gun safety. I have 4 kids and want to get the best handgun case I can find to make sure no one ever plays w/ these when I'm not around. My kids are good kids, but I don't even want to have to think about it. My first question is, which case would be best for the handguns? The S&W 45 I'll definitely keep. Its a D.A. 45 and it is a military issue (my grandpa used it in the war). The 22 is a High Standard Model "B", this one I might sell just to get a 22 that I like better. Based on that, should I get one case for both guns, or 2 individual cases? And regarding the cases, which are the best ones to get? I did a bit of searching and found one that recognized your fingerprints and I'm leading toward this one. Is this a decent option? For the shotgun, I'm not sure what to do. I don't see myself buying a bunch of guns, but who knows. So buying a huge gun safe just seems impractical. But I also don't want to leave the shotgun lying around either. I did consider just hanging it on a wall in my basement and getting a trigger lock. The shotgun isn't anything special to a gun collector, but it is to me because it was my grandpa's gun. Its an old bolt action Sears/Roebuck 12 gauge. Thanks for any input on this!!