Tactical Walls Adds New Concealment Tables

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posted on February 2, 2017
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Tactical Walls has added a coffee table, end table and night stand to its line of concealed-firearm furniture, marking the company's first stand-alone locking units. Like other furniture in the line, they offer a "hidden in plain sight" firearm storage solution.

At first glance, the tables appears to be quality pieces of standard wood furniture. But what is not standard is the hidden compartment underneath. By swiping one of the two preprogrammed RFID cards that come with the unit, the compartment is unlocked and firearms can be accessed.

"The new stand-alone products ... align with the ...'Hidden in Plain Sight' philosophy, while taking the installation component out of the equation ...," said Chris Wood, executive vice president of sales and marketing. "They also feature the same quality craftsmanship on which we've built our reputation." 



 

Each unit comes with a customizable foam insert that fits inside the hidden compartment, two key cards and one programming card used to match the key to the proper unit. For details like sizes and available finishes, visit tacticalwalls.com.

MSRP:
Coffee table $795
End table $495
Night table $495

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