Best Home Defense Concealment

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    Best Home Defense Concealment

    Hello fellow gun enthusiasts,
    My name is Braden Cluff and I am 16 years old. I started a company called KingConcealment. Ive have been making concealment boxes for years for friends, cogallery 5.JPGworkers and fellow gun enthusiast. Over that time I have standardized on some nice frames and functional hardware. My goal is to keep people safe, and build a college fund!

    I would surely appreciate some feedback!
    Email me at kingconcealment@gmail.com

    For more information email me for web site info.
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    Nice work.

    Google found your site easily. I like the slider option.

    You might consider using metal and at least a combo lock of sorts. I think most people that have kids or any kids in their house at some point would have an issue with a loaded gun hiding behind a thin frame.

    Having at least some resistance to accidental discovery would be welcome.

    Good for you starting off right at an early age.

    Keep up the good work.


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    Nice work. I've been thinking of building something like this when I am no longer renting come spring time. I was thinking of a larger full sized mirror so I could mount a rifle behind it. I've seen one on the Internets that has the sliders like yours.

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    Very cool idea! And a nice web site! DR

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    Nice work! Our country's future is much brighter with youth like you!
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    Great idea, and nice work. Good luck!

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    This is a great idea, and I wish you every success in your endeavor.

    However --- and this is a HUGE however --- when our house was burgled a couple of months ago, the thief took every picture and mirror off the wall, looking for concealed safes. That's just a caveat... I'd not purchase one of these, knowing what I know about the way thieves operate.

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    I got one like this from my LGS for my last house. It was made to fit between 16 inch O.C. studs, but was an all metal box that allowed it to be secured with 'security screws' (non-standard screws requiring a screwdriver with a special head) to the studs while open.
    The door was also metal with a strong piano hinge and a strong key latch. The door fit into an inset to cause difficulty if trying to defeat it and it was painted white.

    It was not meant to be a 'wall-safe', just decent security for quick access to a sidearm, light, etc. Cost me $60. in 2006 and well worth it.
    Perhaps painting and adding a lock to various metal 'breaker boxes' would make a decent lock box for an accessible firearm in an area inconvenient to the safe.
    I could see this being very handy for most anyone with children, etc.
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