I'm going to be getting a gun safe soon and I was struggling with a way to secure it to the floor in our bedroom. My problem is that I can't stand the thought of bolts going into the hardwood floor, since they are quite permanent and removes many possible ways women like to rearrange every now and then, as well as affecting the future value of the house. I don't mind screwing into the wall, as sheetrock is patched up easily. 3M has a product called VHB tape. I came across it a few months ago while looking for holsters. It seems there's a holster alternative (Clipdraw) that's essentially a metal clip held on to the side of the gun with a small strip of this tape. I was curious, so I got some for various things we do at work and am in love with this stuff. I once mounted a chassis to the side of another chassis (temporarily) and it took me two days to get it off. Had to drive wedges between them, wait a few hours, drive the wedges in a little more, and repeat until I could get a knife in between them to cut the stretched tape out. VHB is a foam type double back tape with a wicked adhesive. It's strength is incredible, and we're it even in applications we consider permanent now, since it's so awesome. My idea was to use strips of this on the bottom of the safe to secure it to the floor, in addition to some lags into the wall studs. Not a lot of tape, just around the bottom edges and not on the back edge. To get it off, I'd have to drive in wedges, come back a day later, pound the wedges some more, and repeat until I can cut it out. The beauty of this is that once it's split away, the adhesive rubs off (little more work than that, really) but it also spreads the load (either way) to a broader surface area, making it more secure than the point loads of four lag screws. This stuff also tolerates shock loads really well. I never expected this tape to work as well as it did, and when I got it, I was naturally cynical, because doubleback tapes by nature, have never been that great. After gaffer's tape, this is incredible stuff. Is this a bad idea or a good idea?