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This full-length, in-wall security cabinet allows you to store valuables and firearms without taking up valuable floor space. This in-wall cabinet can hold 2 rifles or shotguns up to 52" tall or has 3 removable steel shelves for securing valuables. The gun safe has been tested by a certified California Department of Justice laboratory and is rated as an approved Firearm Safety Container. This is a security in-wall cabinet; the Stack-On In-Wall Cabinet, Beige, is not fire rated.
For $75 delivered, this gun cabinet can't be beat. It looks great in the wall and is pretty easy to install. It looks like a breaker box, so i'll be sticking a few high voltage decals on it so it might possibly deter a thief. It may not be a true safe, but it's hidden and it locks, so it gives me peace of mind when guest are present with children.
Several things to remember:
1) It's a locking cabinet, not a safe. That said, it's as good as a safe in my mind. Unless the thief is a lock pick, this thing will take awhile to get into. Thieves don't typically stick around too long. I'm sure it wouldn't survive a fire either.
2) It's not very deep. Don't plan on storing an arsenal in it. Depending on your imagination, it will hold 2 long guns, a few magazines, a little ammo and a pistol or 2. Nonetheless, It was $75 for crying out loud. Buy 2 if you need more storage space. I'm using 2 of the 4 shelves it came with.
3) Drywall makes a lot of dust, plan accordingly.
4) This is very important! Make absolutely sure there's no wires between the studs where you want to install it. I was 100% sure my install location was wire free. D'oh! I found the motherload of wires coming to my upstairs bedroom. However, If you do screw up like myself, there's just enough of a gap between the cabinet and the studs to make it work, but be careful and expect to spend more time on what is typically a super easy install.grb13
A good value
Took less than an hour to install. Key to an easy installation is finding a space that works for you and is between two wall studs, unless you want to move wall studs.
A great way to keep a shotgun secure and safe without taking up space.VirginiaBeachHomeowner
Great cabinet. Great Price!
Solid, high quality cabinet. Great price. I took the advice of other reviewers and purchased six 3/8"x2.5" lag bolts to secure the cabinet to the studs rather than the screws that came with the cabinet. Super easy to install--just cut your drywall between the studs, slip the cabinet in, and bolt it to the studs. I hung a mirror over it and added a high voltage sticker to the front of it. It looks like an electrical breaker box.Brit