This is a discussion on Stack On gun cabinets within the Gun Gear forums, part of the Gun Forum category; Has anyone used a Stack On gun cabinet. I am thinking of purchasing the Stack-On Security Plus 18-Gun Convertible Steel Security Cabinet and would like ...
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|03-31-2012, 08:27 AM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Crosby, Texas
Stack On gun cabinets
Has anyone used a Stack On gun cabinet. I am thinking of purchasing the Stack-On Security Plus 18-Gun Convertible Steel Security Cabinet and would like some "real reviews" of Stack On products. Just looking for lockable storage to keep overly curious hands away.
Any insight is greatly appreciated.
|03-31-2012, 12:59 PM||#2|
Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: bolton ct.
I have a stack on 18 gun locker. It is the one with the center divider and you put the shelves wherever you want. So far I love it. It has 3 locking points so it is secure enough. And full it weighs around 200 pounds I'm guessing so nobody is just gonna walk off with it. Overall I would say get it. I paid $189 for mine and it has been great
|03-31-2012, 07:00 PM||#4|
Join Date: Oct 2010
I have the Stack-on 8 gun locker. If installed in the proper location entry would be difficult... The gun locker should serve your purposes.
|04-10-2012, 03:37 PM||#6|
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: S W Alabama
I have an older Stack-On 8 that I've had many years. I just bought this past Christmas a Stack-On 18 convertible and made it all shelving for handguns and ammo. Its fine-think I paid $149 @ Walmart.
The only problem I have with mine is that I put it in a closet-and its kinda deep compared to the smaller ones, so it sticks out far enough that the overhead light does not shine into it. Its hard to see in it without a flash-light.
|04-11-2012, 10:49 AM||#7|
Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Big Orange Country
I bought a Stack-on and know that it's not the most secure safe available. Even full it's not that heavy. It came with the hardware to bolt it to the floor or wall.
Instead, I built a stand for it out of 2x12's and sealed the joints. I then filled it with concrete and topped it with the 2x12's. I bolted it it that base which added close to 225 lbs to it. Obviously it's bottom heavy and nearly impossible to haul out. My home has a very good alarm system so I doubt that anyone would take the time to mess with it.
|04-11-2012, 07:46 PM||#8|
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Columbus, Ohio
It will keep kids out and will slow a thief. I'm not fool enough to believe that a determined theif or raging fire won't get in.
|05-05-2012, 06:40 AM||#9|
Join Date: Jan 2012
Been researching storage and decided to go with a real safe vs. just a storage cabinet. Reason being we want fire protection for documents also. Went to LGS and looked at Browning, went to Tractor Supply and looked at Cannon and Winchester.
Boy am I glad I went and looked vs. just ordering off the internet. I was all set to order a Winchester. Then, however, I looked at Browning first. Much more $$ but like night and day, as usual, you gets what you pay for. LGS has lawaway and my $500.00 deposit for a Browning Silver series.
Still haven't quite figured how to get it into the basement office yet but I have some time to figure that out.
|06-15-2012, 08:07 PM||#10|
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Springfield, MO
I've been looking also, as I am interested in security and fire protection for pistols and ammo (no rifles). Is there any reason it has to be a "gun safe"? There are other safes out there that offer fire protection to different degrees - 1700 deg for an hour seem common or internal temperatures not exceeding a certain amount (e.g., 125 deg), and are boltable to floor or wall. Also have options for electronic or tumbler entry nwith emergency key. These general safes seem less expensive than firearm safes, and they should work, correct? Or am I missing something? What level of temperature protection is really needed for firearms and ammo?
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