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    Quote Originally Posted by RangeBob View Post
    Depending upon the original poster's goals, that might be a good idea.

    I presume you mean this sort of thing
    Stack On 8-Gun Cabinet. Canadian Tire Product #075-5676-4
    https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/s...-0755676p.html
    (also California certified)

    It's a "cabinet" so handguns need to have trigger locks. Since you have to have trigger locks to transport, and you can't shoot your handguns at home, this isn't remotely a problem. One trigger lock for every handgun.

    Might consider some BoreStore (gun socks).
    https://www.brownells.com/shooting-a...-prod1850.aspx
    Yes exactly. It satisfies the legal requirement of preventing unauthorized access without going unneccessarily "theft proof" since a determined thief with cordless power tools can defeat any of them. I would install it oriented so that it's impossible to get any leverage with a pry bar on the latching side.

    The gun socks are a nice idea for the guns that don't come out to play that often. Sold under various brand names but they all seem the same.

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    I thank you all for your insights.

    I have 1 more question regarding my original post here.

    This product is listed on Cabela's US website with a Proposition 65 Warning. Which basically states that some chemicals used in manufacturing of this product cause Cancer and Reproductive harm.
    I figured that this is mandatory in the state of California. But how significant or serious is the use of this product? Are the effects serious enough that I should consider not buying this.

    Please advise.

    Thanks and have a great day!

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    lol, don't inject yourself with 1000x the lifetime exposure of whatever chemical they're referring to in a lab for your life cycle and you should be alright
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    Buy a bag of nuts in Calif and the warning is there, for the cellophane bag they come in.

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    If the warning mentions California, just roll your eyes and ignore it.
    If it was actually an issue, it wouldn't matter what state it was in.
    Why does the rest of the country get first dibbs on half my income?

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    As far as safes go bigger is not always better. I bought a 48 gun safe from WSS when they went out of business, 48 means no scopes on them and they are stacked 3 deep. A buddy has 3 smaller safes that in my opinion work much better for scoped rifle storage. Plus moving 760 lbs of safe around isn't easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    As far as safes go bigger is not always better. I bought a 48 gun safe from WSS when they went out of business, 48 means no scopes on them and they are stacked 3 deep. A buddy has 3 smaller safes that in my opinion work much better for scoped rifle storage. Plus moving 760 lbs of safe around isn't easy.
    I can’t get a big safe downstairs into my house otherwise I would have a “real safe”.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Newbie2019 View Post
    Hi Forum,

    Does anyone have experience with Stack-On Stand-Up Home Defense Safe

    It is being sold at Cabela's for $230. Here's the link to the website and a picture below for reference.

    https://www.cabelas.com/product/shoo....uts?slotId=12

    Attachment 17482

    I got interested in this safe because of its low cost and the fact that is a Stack-On. However, there are lot of critical reviews for this on the internet (Amazon, Cabelas etc).
    Can someone please shed some light on this.

    Thanks
    Good price; but you are in Cabelas US site with that link.

    The only Stackon they offer in Canada is this one: https://www.cabelas.ca/product/12959...8-gun-cabinet; I have one, it actually holds 4, not 8 unless you want to beat it up, and they are very thin gauge metal. I have one, I also have a Stackon 12 gun; it holds about 8 max without bashing and smashing each time you put one in or take one out. Their key locks are schidtie too, but more reliable than the electronic.

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    I got a 10 gun cabinet. I'm going to carpet line it.

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    hxxps://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/stack-on-8-gun-cabinet-0755676p.html

    on sale this thurs 99.99 how wrong can you go

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