Hey all. The wife has been on me for a bit now to invest in a lockable solution for our guns. We can't spring for a full-on safe right now, but Stack On makes several "locker" style cabinets that we can manage, especially with the XMas sale prices and the Cabelas coupons I get almost weekly. Problem is, those Stack On cabinets are just sheet metal and a cheap lock. Great for keeping babysitters or guests out of the thing, but not so much anyone with a crowbar. I'm wondering if it'd feasible or worth my time to reinforce the door lock on one of these things with a supplementary hasp lock. My initial thought was to get a solid hasp lock, and two steel backer plates. Instead of simply bolting the hasp to the frame and door of the cabinet, I'd place the backer plates behind the sheet steel on the inside, and bolt the whole thing together. I'd have a layer of steel on the outside (hasp plate), middle (locker sheet steel), and inside (backer plate). Would this conceivably make the thin sheet steel any harder to get into for a random meth fiend with a crowbar?