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A gun safe is a secure and protective storage container for one or more firearms, and, or ammunition for those guns. Gun safes are primarily used to prevent access to unauthorized or unqualified persons, for burglary protection, and, in more capable safes, to protect the contents from damage during a flood, fire, or natural disaster. Access prevention is required by law in many places, necessitating a gun lock, metal gun cabinet, or gun safe. Gun safes have largely replaced the gun cabinets made of fine stained wood with etched glass fronts used for display that were commonly used decades ago, although some gun safes are made to resemble such gun cabinets.
44x22x6. Digital safe for up to two separate codes. Heavy, around 75 lbs. Used for 3 pistols and AR-15. Owned for 2 years, $470 new, yours for $325. A few scratches on top from our recent move (careless movers). Located in Renton, WA.
Selling a modified Cabela's 8 Gun Security Cabinet.
Cabinet. Not a safe.
Reference link below for outer dimensions and specs -
Cabela's 8-Gun Security Cabinet | Cabela's
I built an ammo storage shelf from wood to fit inside the left side of the cabinet.
I also added magnets to the bottom of...
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