Not sure how "secure" this is

Discussion in 'Gun Safes & Secure Storage' started by elsie, Feb 13, 2016.

  1. elsie

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    But I know several folks that keep their powder and stuff in one of these with a dehumidifier. Never seen folks put guns in them though.

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  2. kilimanjaro

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    It's only as secure as the padlock on the door, which ain't much.
     
  3. fxdc

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    Well
    Not to secure....
    Air tight YES.....
    Dry with little help... YES

    GREAT FOR STORING ARC WELDING ROD, HAVE DONE IT.
     
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  4. albin25

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    1) easy to add more hasps for padlocks
    2) remove door gaskets and replace with spacers for ventilation

    certainly more secure than under beds and sofas or in a closet
     
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  5. oknow

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    Not secure at all.

    Look at all of us fat people:)
     
  6. Boboclown

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    Not if closet is easily mistaken for a bookcase. ;)
     
  7. Koda

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    I bet any thief that breaks in will walk on by...
     
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  8. ARKLITE881South

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    Unless he's hungry :D
     
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  9. AndyinEverson

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    I like the idea of "hiding in plain sight" as it were.
    Wonder how to make it more secure without being obvious that you were trying to hide something ?
    Andy
     
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    Keep what secure? :)
     
  11. Roop

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    I'm pretty sure that's an old freezer, a lot of those that I have seen have a lock on the door. Between the "hiding in plain sight" factor and a simple key lock, I bet it's at least as secure as a hidden staircase in your bookshelf.
     
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  12. Larrytpdx

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    I would have expected this to be under: "You know you're a redneck if . . . . "
     
  13. DuneHopper

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    Just put a Rottweiler in front of it and it will be fine.
     
  14. The Heretic

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    Fridges and freezers are some of the common places they look for valuables.

    Just the same, it is possibly more secure than a closet.

    I saw that fridge advertised on CL recently. I think it was free. The pic was a suggestion for how it could be used. Since it was in Newberg I thought about popping down the mountain to get it for a storage container but like most days I was too lazy to do it.

    Also, a person could drape a tarp over it to partially hide it. Obfuscation does actually help security a little - sometimes, and is better than nothing - I would bet that better than 50% of privately owned guns are either stacked in a closed or in a dresser drawer or under a bed somewhere, which are among the first places burglars look.
     
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  15. DuneHopper

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    Yep, nothing in my house ;)
     
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  16. ikemay

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    It's not a new idea, but I've always thought about modifying a hot water tank, maybe with some bogus plumbing attached. Nobody thinks much about water tanks. Maybe even modify an old furnace.
     

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