The BedBunker

posted on May 9, 2012

There are many ways to safely store your firearms, and now there is one that you can lay down on that is built the United States─the BedBunker.

The BedBunker replaces the box springs on a bed with a 10-gauge steel strong box for storing valuables, such as gold, silver and firearms.

The safe is composed of two 30x78x14-inch sections, bolted together from the inside with 1/4-inch steel doors for access. The doors are gas-spring assisted for easy access, and each door is flush fitting for a natural look.

The safe is powder-coated and felt lined, and is compatible with all standard bed frames. It comes with eight, 12-inch adjustable legs, and is available in king, California king, queen and twin sizes. The BedBunker is fire resistant and will store up to 35 long guns and 70 handguns in a way that few people will realize that it is a safe.


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