Gun Safes: Security Myths – The door

Gun Safe  Security  is only  a Perception   In this video I show you how easy it is to open a gun safe. The gun safe manufactueres all brag about how strong and secure their doors are. I'm going to ignore all those door features that safe manufactures spend so much time and money on and simply cut ths side off with a cheap angle grinder. This cheap Tool is Demise of Traditional Gun Safe For $8.99 I bought the... Read more »

Hidden Gun Safe: Firearms, Locked and Out of Sight

Children do not even need to know. Until they are old enough, children don't even need to know there are firearms locked in the house. The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) recently published its “Top Ten” list of safety tips firearm owners should remember to help ensure they are taking responsible precautions with firearms in their home. Fast Box Hidden gun safe for fast access Fast Box hidden gun safe has become the most popular small gun safe in America.... Read more »

Hidden Gun Safe: Fast Box vertical kit

Convert Fast Box with Vertical Kit Quickly and easily convert your horizontal Fast Box Model 47 or Model 40 to store two firearms vertically for fast access. Our Vertical Kit contains two patented upper cradles with bungees and one lower stock base. This application allows you to properly store two firearms in a vertical position. The Kit: Added to a Fast Box CradleGrid Technology To retrofit a Fast Box you simply place the stock base in the bottom of the... Read more »

Armory Fail: Did Moody AFB just blow $118,553?

  Did Moody AFB just blow $118,553? From FedBizOpps: 23rd Contracting Squadron at Moody AFB is issuing this notice of intent (NOI) FA4830-16-Q-Z025 to inform industry contractors the Government's intent to execute a Single Source award under FAR Part 13 - Simplified Acquisition Procedures (SAP), with Patterson Pope Inc. This will be a Firm Fixed Price (FFP) award FA4830-16-P-0008, in the amount of $118,553.71.   What is happening here is the military is buying a bunch of components and brackets... Read more »

Weapon Storage: The Industry Leader

How a technology storage expert, turned military weapon storage guru, is revolutionizing the way military armories store their weapons Tom Kubiniec got involved in military weapon storage in 2001 while running a technology storage company. He received a call from a client who asked if his storage company could store MP5s in one of its high-security laptop storage cabinets. He was intrigued, and as he looked further into military weapon storage, he found that there were serious concerns and difficulties... Read more »