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Want to by used gun fault in md.

#1 Post by rossim92 » Sun Oct 06, 2019 3:54 pm

Looking for a used gun vault. Need not be fire safe. Need one to hold 15 longguns and 3 handguns. Wamt a wide one as opposed to a deep one on account of space. Grandaughter coming and only have a gun cabinet.. Need to keep her safe.. Looking to pick up myself if close by to keep costs down. Or any good sites recommended. Thanks
Rossi 92 .357 lever
Henry .22 lever and a remington speedmaster 500 .22 lr
Marlin glenfield .22 boltaction
Mossberg 12 ga. pump
H&R 12 ga. topper
Mosin Nagant 91/30
Marlin 336W .30.30
Heritage rough rider .22 sa
Taylor smokewagon .357 sa
beeman sportsman rs2 dual caliber pellet rifle
henry .22 magnum pumpaction/octagon barrel

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#2 Post by AJMD429 » Sun Oct 06, 2019 5:01 pm

Keep in mind that any handguns or other small items can simply be put in a sturdy metal tool box with a cheap padlock.

Lots of the local hardware and Rural King type stores sell relatively inexpensive gun safes; they may not meet fire protection levels, but are good to keep unruly teenagers away from your guns. Even those are useful for fire if you put them into an appropriate environment structurally. Although I think the labor cost and material cost would start to exceed the cost of a real gun safe, taking some plywood, lumber, 2x4s, and screws and a hasp and padlock you could easily secure a large number of firearms in a simple plywood cabinet.
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#3 Post by AJMD429 » Sun Oct 06, 2019 5:04 pm

Ultimately, the REAL solution is to make sure your granddaughter grows up to be responsible and a normal adult human who is able to deal with the presence of potentially lethal items nearby. Unfortunately, that is a long-term project that requires more than purchasing a gun safe.
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#4 Post by rossim92 » Sun Oct 06, 2019 6:32 pm

AJMD429 wrote:
Sun Oct 06, 2019 5:04 pm
Ultimately, the REAL solution is to make sure your granddaughter grows up to be responsible and a normal adult human who is able to deal with the presence of potentially lethal items nearby. Unfortunately, that is a long-term project that requires more than purchasing a gun safe.
I agee, but it"s better to be safe then sorry.
Rossi 92 .357 lever
Henry .22 lever and a remington speedmaster 500 .22 lr
Marlin glenfield .22 boltaction
Mossberg 12 ga. pump
H&R 12 ga. topper
Mosin Nagant 91/30
Marlin 336W .30.30
Heritage rough rider .22 sa
Taylor smokewagon .357 sa
beeman sportsman rs2 dual caliber pellet rifle
henry .22 magnum pumpaction/octagon barrel

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#5 Post by AJMD429 » Sun Oct 06, 2019 7:13 pm

rossim92 wrote:
Sun Oct 06, 2019 6:32 pm
AJMD429 wrote:
Sun Oct 06, 2019 5:04 pm
Ultimately, the REAL solution is to make sure your granddaughter grows up to be responsible and a normal adult human who is able to deal with the presence of potentially lethal items nearby. Unfortunately, that is a long-term project that requires more than purchasing a gun safe.
I agee, but it"s better to be safe then sorry.
Yep....best bet is to do BOTH....!
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#6 Post by DarryH » Sun Oct 06, 2019 7:16 pm

Have you seen those long tool boxes that run across the front of a truck box?? Used ones come up fairly often. You can make wood cradles and stack guns 2-3 layers high, they are just horizontal instead of vertical. Most have locks too.

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#7 Post by rossim92 » Mon Oct 07, 2019 4:16 am

DarryH wrote:
Sun Oct 06, 2019 7:16 pm
Have you seen those long tool boxes that run across the front of a truck box?? Used ones come up fairly often. You can make wood cradles and stack guns 2-3 layers high, they are just horizontal instead of vertical. Most have locks too.
i have seen the horizontal gun safes. Stackable too! thanks
Rossi 92 .357 lever
Henry .22 lever and a remington speedmaster 500 .22 lr
Marlin glenfield .22 boltaction
Mossberg 12 ga. pump
H&R 12 ga. topper
Mosin Nagant 91/30
Marlin 336W .30.30
Heritage rough rider .22 sa
Taylor smokewagon .357 sa
beeman sportsman rs2 dual caliber pellet rifle
henry .22 magnum pumpaction/octagon barrel

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#8 Post by Grizz » Mon Oct 07, 2019 1:38 pm

DarryH wrote:
Sun Oct 06, 2019 7:16 pm
Have you seen those long tool boxes that run across the front of a truck box?? Used ones come up fairly often. You can make wood cradles and stack guns 2-3 layers high, they are just horizontal instead of vertical. Most have locks too.
This is a good idea. I plan to stand one on end, door vertical.

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