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Good Idea for everyone even those of you with little ones whom could find on accident.

I got one of these. A little expensive but well worth the $69.00 it holds a AR-15 or smaller plus ammo, mags flashlights ect.

I put a Mossberg 500 in it and mounted it above my bed. Its adjustable depending on the type of firearms you want to store. It looks like nothing more than a nice picture frame to the rest of the world.

My wife likes it cause she said we needed to have more pictures of our family around the house. Hold 4 8x10 inch pictures of your chosing................win/win:supergrin:

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/cb.aspx?a=590224


 

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that's really cool
 

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Looks nice but I would not use it as a way to secure a gun from "little ones". There is nothing secure about it, other than being inconspicuous, and when little one get exploring you never know where they will look.
 

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If mounted into the wall (similar to a medicine cabinet) it would be pretty convincing, but unless the door locks, I wouldn't quite call it secure.
I do like the idea though, and with no kids in the house, this could work for me, thanks!
 

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If mounted into the wall (similar to a medicine cabinet) it would be pretty convincing, but unless the door locks, I wouldn't quite call it secure.
I do like the idea though, and with no kids in the house, this could work for me, thanks!
It has a lock clasp that comes with it. You can mount it at any position top, bottom or sides. I put it on top, its still hidden from the outer wooden boarder completely........
 

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That is not a bad idea,It is more secure then a nightstand or a holster tied to a bedpost thanks colt! :thumbsup:
 
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