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    My broom closet...

    Well, it's actually an 800 pound steel plate fireproof/waterproof broom closet with a big ole' combination tumbler on it.


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    LOL if thats all ya got, you need more ammo...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllAmerican View Post
    LOL if thats all ya got, you need more ammo...
    I agree. I have a bunch of 7.62x39 on the way and when the funds permit i will buy a case or two of 5.56 to keep on hand.

    I tend to have luck at Walmart mid-week when I leave work early and hit the ammo shelf before the marauding hordes get there and clean it out. I buy between 4 and 8 boxes of whatever they have in stock.

    I am waiting on delivery of a Taurus 941 .22 WMR and a Beretta Neos .22LR so the .22 shelf will be getting pretty fat in the coming weeks.

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    That's what ammo looks like
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    Why store all the cases and boxes in the safe?(A nice one by the way, no one is walking away with that one.)
    You could have a lot more room for more guns...
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Why store all the cases and boxes in the safe?(A nice one by the way, no one is walking away with that one.)
    You could have a lot more room for more guns...
    One is a valuable NIB collectible and the box and packaging materials add to the value, the Charles Daly was won last week at a raffle and the other is boxed up waiting to go to a new home.

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    Looks like a nice collection, good pic also....just a little big.
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    What are the two things with brass eyes on the top right shelf? Are they crustaceans of some sort? Nice set up and ammo too. John

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhh3rd View Post
    What are the two things with brass eyes on the top right shelf? Are they crustaceans of some sort? Nice set up and ammo too. John
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    I agree with the others. Not enough bristles for your BG brooms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matiki View Post
    I agree with the others. Not enough bristles for your BG brooms.
    Donate some $$$ to my cause and I will happily grow the family.

    I just bought a Polish P-64 and ordered a Taurus 941 .22WMR and a Beretta Neos .22LR so the brood is getting some new siblings.

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    Nice broom closet.

    I just bought a 24 gun safe (800 lbs). I finally got around to pulling everything out from under the bed, out of drawers, emptied the closet, loaded everything in the safe.........and my safe is too small!!!!

    I had no idea I had that much stuff.

    I need another gun safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patti View Post
    Nice broom closet.

    I just bought a 24 gun safe (800 lbs). I finally got around to pulling everything out from under the bed, out of drawers, emptied the closet, loaded everything in the safe.........and my safe is too small!!!!

    I had no idea I had that much stuff.

    I need another gun safe.
    My buddy bought the Stack-On Elite 45 gun and when he filled it up he realized the same thing. He had to go out and get a 28 gun additional unit for ammo and overflow.

    Luckily we have the Stack-On scratch & dent liquidator in our city so the savings is pretty huge.

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