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The big fireproof gun safes are great for protecting your valuable guns.
But if you need your guns to protect yourself like for home defence you need to be able to get to your in a moments notice. That is why I have this in my bedroom. It keeps my guns where I can get to them but the kids & burglars can't.

It is a 14 Gun Security Cabinet w/a Quick Access Top five button Electronic Lock
The size is 21"W x 18.25"D x 57"H small enough to fit in the corner of my bedroom.
It has
Quick Access Pistol Box
Solid Welded Construction
HMC Tubular Locking System
4-Point + Electronic Locking Systems
One Year Limited Warranty
Comes in Black Vein Finish or Silver Vein Finish
 

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I lucked out buying this one it was in K-mart closeout sale it was a discontinued floor model the inside pads & keys were missing with no combination. I bought it for $150 then took it straight to the locksmith & gave it to him to get it working. It took him two days to get two sets of keys and the combination for $65. I stopped at the auto parts to buy two rolls of auto trunk carpet (grey)& a can of spray contact cement.
Two hours later I have a new quick access home for my carry pistols & a few rifles that I use the most. I think I have about $275 into it. It lists on amazon for $539 but I have found it selling other places for $468
http://www.unbeatablesale.com/hmk284.html
 

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I know it's not the ideal hidden gun holder, especially when you still need a key to open it, but last week I managed to find a book-safe, looks exactly like a dictionary. It opens up to a steel wrapped compartment, and uses a key which I now keep on my keychain. It was 3.99 at a thrift store, couldn't resist. If nothing else, it blends in with other books on a shelf, though it would have been a better idea to give it a boring name that no one would ever consider opening, like 19th Century Beekeeping Fundamentals. Someone might actually need to use the dictionary... I have decided to keep documents in it for now, unless I add a bookshelf in my bedroom, then perhaps a firearm. Still, not exactly quick access.
 

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I know it's not the ideal hidden gun holder, especially when you still need a key to open it, but last week I managed to find a book-safe, looks exactly like a dictionary. It opens up to a steel wrapped compartment, and uses a key which I now keep on my keychain. It was 3.99 at a thrift store, couldn't resist. If nothing else, it blends in with other books on a shelf, though it would have been a better idea to give it a boring name that no one would ever consider opening, like 19th Century Beekeeping Fundamentals. Someone might actually need to use the dictionary... I have decided to keep documents in it for now, unless I add a bookshelf in my bedroom, then perhaps a firearm. Still, not exactly quick access.
Who says it needs to be locked as long as you are the only one that knows what it is.
 
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