Product Preview: SecureIt Tactical Model 52 Gun Cabinet

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posted on January 12, 2018
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SecureIt Tactical’s Model 52 Gun Cabinet is a lightweight gun safe with space enough to accommodate six long guns up to 50" in length. The Model 52 ships in pieces but can be built in a few minutes and weighs only 105 lbs. once assembled. Entry into the cabinet is made via a keypad control panel, and SecureIt Tactical’s CradleGrid system allows the interior to be configured in countless ways using the company’s many storage accessories. Interlocking stock bases for six long guns are included. Price: $600. Contact: SecureIt Tactical; (800) 651-8835; secureittactical.com.

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