Okay so I got bored...... REALLY bored and I've been holding onto this goofy yet kool Glock Keychain ropey guy... SO, I came up with a kickass solution.... Let's begin: I purchased some maple square stock wood which is precisely the same size as the Glock item you see here. In adition, some 90 degree zinc wood edge support, some 5/16 wood dowel material grabbed my glue gun, a hammer, soldering iron, my drill and an overkill yet worthy Skil Saw. Here we go!!!!! I slowly glued the backside and rolled it with a 3/8" extension to ensure it was smooth and dispersed behind the material. The finished phase: Now, I grabbed my soldering iron after trying to ponder the best way to prepare as I knew the drill would likely grab the material and pull/twist in the bit so the perfect solution was the soldering iron as you can see! Now, after the drilling and pressing in to check fit, I noticed the material was on the outer edge, so by grabbing a hammer and some spare dowel I managed to push the material into the area where the final down would be inserter and or re-smooth it on the finished product but here's the test fit of the dowel. Here we go with all 4 dowel's inserter, ready to go to the safe! Alright, the final product which was my solution to the cluttering shelf and lack of space. By doing this not only did I manage to make my weapons easily accessible however, I made what I like to think of as one of the most creative awesome accessories to my safe I could have pondered... I finished the install by taking the 90 degree zinc plates and using some leverage to bend them back just enough to make the angle right for my "grab and go" and to keep the glocks from resting on the safe shelf. Watcha think????