Neat way to hide gun in plain sight

Neat way to hide gun in plain sight

This is a discussion on Neat way to hide gun in plain sight within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Found these at http://www.spymall.com/catalog/new_products.htm and thought it was pretty ingenous. THE GUNN CLOCK gunclock1.jpg gunclock3.jpg For Gun Owners, fast access to your firearm is a ...

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    Neat way to hide gun in plain sight

    Found these at http://www.spymall.com/catalog/new_products.htm and thought it was pretty ingenous.


    THE GUNN CLOCK

    gunclock1.jpg gunclock3.jpg


    For Gun Owners, fast access to your firearm is a key element in home defense. However, hiding it under a sofa cushion or on top of a cabinet is simply not an option if you have little ones around the house. While our Gunn Clock is NOT a locking gun safe, it is a unique way to hide your firearm in plain site. To the naked eye, our Gunn Clock looks like an innocent clock. To the homeowner however it means bad news for the bad guy! The hinged lock face hides a hollow interior that holds most semiauto handguns with large frame barrels up to 5" long. And most revolvers with barrels up to 4" long. Just open the hinged front for quick access in an emergency situation. Solid wood frame and back. Clock runs on one AA battery (not included). 14 3/4 x 4 x 12" h., weighs 5 lbs., 4 ozs., Roman numerals only.

    $59.95
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    THE GUNN FRAME

    gunframe1.jpg gunframe2.jpg

    If you prefer a "picture frame" over our concealment clock, -- this is the perfect solution. Operating under the exact same concealment principle as our Gunn Clock, our ingenious new Gunn Frame is one of the most unique ways available to hide your firearm in plain site. To the naked eye our Gunn Frame looks like an ordinary picture frame. To the homeowner however it means quick and easy access to your firearm in an emergency. The hinged lock face hides a hollow interior holds most semiauto handguns with large frame barrels up to 5" long. And most revolvers with barrels up to 4" long. Just open the hinged front for instant access to your handgun. Constructed of solid wood, the Frame measures 14 1/4 x 11 1/2 x 2 1/2"d. The tray holds most 5" barreled semiauto pistols and 4" barrel revolvers and smaller guns. Weighs 4 lbs., 3 ozs. Please Note: The Gunn Frame is NOT a locking gun safe.
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    Hmmm, that's inspiring. There's probably a bunch of places to hide a gun in plain sight if we started thinking about it.

    Although, the above does open the possibility of children discovering them.

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    Oh this is bad but I just couldn't resist...

    With this clock you'd always know when it's "time to get your gun"!

    I told you it was bad!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Wink Yep Thumper

    That was pretty doggone bad.

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    These are great ideas thanks for sharing.

    Thumper, how about the picture frame? " 'Cause every shot is worth a thousand words. "

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    You better make sure that the trigger is covered otherwise you'll just be killing time!


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    BOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Pretty neat actually, I may get one...

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    Have you cocked your Glock clock, Spock?
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    "I carry a gun for the same reason that I carry health insurance and a cell phone - be prepared."

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    For larger storage, I thought about installing a seperate breaker panel in the closet with the hot water heater, It's not in the living room,but if that was your safe room, you could keep a shottie in there along with a pistol.

    Just a thought.
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    To increase the groan factor - beware the ticks -
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    Grandfather clock for the long guns?
    There are 2 types of people, victims and the prepared. I choose to be prepared....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4my son View Post
    For larger storage, I thought about installing a seperate breaker panel in the closet with the hot water heater, It's not in the living room,but if that was your safe room, you could keep a shottie in there along with a pistol.

    Just a thought.
    Not a bad idea.

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    5 o'clock = RANGE o'clock!!
    It's not about the caliber you carry, it's about how you USE it.

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    Tick-Glock... Tick-Glock... Tick-Glock.... Tick-Glock...
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    Nice find osanmike. Pretty cool idea!
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