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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by BMH, Jan 24, 2017.
Panic room button?
AWESOME! I really like that. Now I wonder what the wife is going to say....
Sweeeeeeet! I have always wanted a walk-in gun safe.
I do have to think that at that point, hardening a room or a closet might be easier/more cost effective.
Maybe he's planning to move into the safe. Could just install it at the range.
At that point I'd rather a hardened room with a good vault door, but that's still pretty cool.
Fill it up!!
the Vaultpro safe room and storm shelters start at about $6500 which considering just the Vault doors are between $2500 and $3500 is actually a good deal.
with ventilation and electrical its a good comp for other available storm shelters.
There are companies that will create a walk in safe in the area that you provide. Interlocking panels.
I wonder how much that thing weighs, and how you would even move it into your house.
Are all nationalities, of any color or caliber welcomed and do they along peacefully?
Wonder if I could add some axles and pull it behind my truck........
Here's the door to mine. A true safe and safe room. House built around it. Can be locked/opened from the inside. Poured concrete, top, bottom, left, right, front and back. 18' x 8'. DVR for security system and telephone inside. Gun is internally suppressed 77/22 with NV scope for critters out after dark.
How many young millennial college students seeking a safe place after the election do think we could fit in it at one time, LOCKED!
That'll go great in your mobile home.
Says the guy with no home......
Yeah well I'd love to have a mobile home. Just so you know. You think $30K can get me one?
Wife and I looked at a new build house about 10 years ago; it had a storm shelter built under the attached garage. The wall the door went through was 1 foot thick, the garage floor/ceiling was said to be 18" thick and all other 3 walls were under ground. There was solar powered ventilation and wiring for 12 volt lights and phone outlet. It was the size of a 2 car garage. It was just in the wrong location.