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    Hate to say it but 12 gun safe isnít very big. And Wonít hold 12 especially if scoped
    Crappy tire has safes like that as does Tsc stores

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    Costco does not sell them in store. Maybe online. Yeah. They are not very big these stack on ones. When they say 9. Itís 9 jammed in there. Iíd say more like 4 or 5 max. You want to fit 10 Iíd recommend getting much bigger.


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    Whatever you buy, just remember to cut the advertised capacity in half....ie a 24 gun safe only holds 12, and only half of those can have scopes !
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    Quote Originally Posted by js4fn View Post
    Hate to say it but 12 gun safe isn’t very big. And Won’t hold 12 especially if scoped
    Crappy tire has safes like that as does Tsc stores
    thanks js4fn I'll keep checking back at those places. I'm only going to need it for a couple of guns (so i say now lol).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosesniper View Post
    Costco does not sell them in store. Maybe online. Yeah. They are not very big these stack on ones. When they say 9. It’s 9 jammed in there. I’d say more like 4 or 5 max. You want to fit 10 I’d recommend getting much bigger.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 73hunter View Post
    Whatever you buy, just remember to cut the advertised capacity in half....ie a 24 gun safe only holds 12, and only half of those can have scopes !
    Thanks guys that's what it looked like to me too. It's like tents lol.

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    The metal cabinet ones from Stack on are good for ammo. One of the members posted pictures showing him adding shelves to one.
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    Costco does have good quality gun safes at a reasonable price. Try after Christmas when all the Christmas decorations and toys are out of the store.
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    R u sure? I just asked my buddy who works there and he says no they donít. At Costco


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    Quote Originally Posted by Douger View Post
    Thanks kmcclemont! I did have a look at that one and it's more of a cabinet style in terms of the weight.

    A friend of mine, now in his 80s, years ago got an 800 lb Treadlock 12-gun safe second hand from the RCMP. I don't know if police departments do sell-offs anymore... ?
    Old equipment is liquidated through Crown Assets. Also,don't forget Amazon. They have a complete line of different makes and models of gun safes.......and they deliver right to your door.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    Old equipment is liquidated through Crown Assets. Also,don't forget Amazon. They have a complete line of different makes and models of gun safes.......and they deliver right to your door.
    Just remember it is to the "DOOR". After that you need to move it inside and upstairs or down to the basement. Be ready.
    Last edited by Snowwalker; December 1st, 2019 at 10:36 AM.
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