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Top Shelf Way To Hide A Gun In Plain Sight

This is a discussion on Top Shelf Way To Hide A Gun In Plain Sight within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Very cool. And if you need to stash extra magazines around the house, you can pop a few of these in. Amazon.com: Hidden Wall Safe ...

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    Very cool. And if you need to stash extra magazines around the house, you can pop a few of these in.

    Amazon.com: Hidden Wall Safe  Looks Like an Ordinary Outlet: Office Products


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    Amazon.com: Octagon Gun Clock Dark Oak, DARK OAK: Sports & Outdoors

    Clock face covers a concealed shelf for a handgun.
    Saw another someplace that is a picture frame.

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    That is pretty interesting.

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    Way cool. What happens if the battery in the remote control wears out and you don't have an immediate replacement?
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    If you use your imagination, you can find a lot of ways to hide things without paying for these products. And they'll be less likely to be found since they're a bit more secret.

    Get creative... under end or bedside tables, removeable base moulding, a hollow mantle or hearth, under or in plants, etc. With a little velcro and some imagination the sky's the limit.
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    Now that was freaking cool! But as many of you have stated, the "Hey check this out" factor would screw up the concealment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueNinjaGo View Post
    Very cool. And if you need to stash extra magazines around the house, you can pop a few of these in.
    Amazon.com: Hidden Wall Safe Looks Like an Ordinary Outlet: Office Products
    Cool until you stick the key into the wrong outlet.


    To the original poster, I'm holding out until the build a gun cabinet with a trap door in front that drops anyone who tries to touch my guns into a cage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantoms View Post
    Cool until you stick the key into the wrong outlet.
    ...
    ... and then star wars
    "The Second Amendment: America's Original Homeland Security"

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    I used to deliver similar pieces for TV's. Different kind's of units would either lift the TV or move the "pillars" to expose the TV. That even looks like a Habersham furniture piece.
    I prefer to live dangerously free than safely caged!

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    Neat stuff, but I guess it's expensive.
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