Editor's Choice: Tactical Walls 1450M Bundle

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posted on August 31, 2015
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Providing storage space that is hidden from view but easily accessible, the Tactical Walls 1450M Bundle allows multiple firearms (or other items) to be kept within quick reach in case of emergency, yet appears to unsuspecting eyes as nothing more than a standard, floor-length mirror.

Included in the bundle are the company’s 1450 Cover, 1410 Insert, 1440 Insert and an accessory shelf. The cover, constructed of finished poplar wood, stands 60" tall and 22.5" wide, contains a 52.75"x14.5" mirror and appears on the outside to be well-built but otherwise unremarkable. It is on the inside, however, where things get interesting. As their names would imply, the 1410 Insert measures 14" across and 10" tall, while the 1440 Insert stands 14" across and 40" tall. Both inserts have a depth of 3.5", feature hook-and-loop padding on the back and bottom surfaces and, along with the accessory shelf, are made of durable ABS polymer.

The larger compartment is intended to accommodate long guns, while the smaller one was designed with pistols and revolvers in mind. Powerful magnets are included, and when installed to the back of the inserts, allow the stored firearms to be held firmly in place. The cover itself also utilizes a hidden magnetic lock that permits the unit to slide open freely when the magnetic key is in place, but secures soundly in the closed position when the key is absent.

The 1450M is not a free-standing unit, and will require cutting into a wall for proper installation. The cleverly designed instruction manual doubles as a template which can be cut around, and the installation process is easily accomplished with the provided hardware and a few tools. Available in several finishes and a number of different magnet configurations, Tactical Walls’ 1450M Bundle offers peace of mind in an inconspicuous package. Price: $490 (for the base model). Contact Tactical Walls; tacticalwalls.com.

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