10 Ways to Discreetly Store Firearms and More!

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You have a nice cache of weapons and you have gathered some other essential prepper supplies. Now how can you protect them and safely store them at the same time?

It is a good idea to invest in some secret stash options that will enable you to keep your weapons and other essentials close by without having them out in the open.

Not only will this make them less likely to be stolen, accidentally fired or used against you during a break-in but it will also give you the important element of surprise if a burglar enters your home.

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Gun cabinets are a great way to display your firearms…

The downside to this storage option is that, of course, it advertises your collection with nothing but a piece of glass separating your babies from a thief. This model is designed to display, sure, but it’s most important feature is its ability to deceive!

Hide your shotguns in this locking slider case that is virtually certain to escape the notice of criminals.

This technique may not give you the easiest way to access your guns when you need them, but it should minimize your risk of ending up on the news after a child finds one of your weapons and pulls the trigger.

In other words, stashing your shotguns in this way quite simply makes good sense.

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You’re not going to be able to fit a gun in here, but you can hide a switchblade, money and other valuables by installing a fake wall plate or fake electrical outlet.

These are incredibly easy and cheap to install. Plus, we’ve got easy-to-follow instructions available for you right here.

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The best part about this option is that pretty much no one is going to take the time to check your wall plates while they are attempting to rob you. It would be wise to put one of these in your bedroom so that you can get into it if someone breaks in at night.

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