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I'd feel a lot better about it if there were a layer of steel - even just sheet steel - instead of just fiberboard.
The only security in this product is obscurity, might as well hide the gun in the couch cushion.

* Mirror backed with a Masonite panel to prevent access in the event the mirror is broken

Oh, and a single layer of fiberboard isn't going to provide any fire protection at all.
 

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This is a really great idea - - - - - BUT why not in steel? I don't have a large gun safe, primarily because of cost and weight, and if something like this was made in secure steel with a sturdy lock, I'd be the first in line. I'd probably buy 2 ----- really.

I wonder why they DIDN'T make it out of steel ( except cost, of course ), and secure it better? Masonite? Ouch!
 

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Now that is very smart.

I can see it now. My wife getting ready for work in the morning, looking in the mirror, not realizing there is a full arsenal behind it. :thumb:
 

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This is a really great idea - - - - - BUT why not in steel? I don't have a large gun safe, primarily because of cost and weight, and if something like this was made in secure steel with a sturdy lock, I'd be the first in line. I'd probably buy 2 ----- really.

I wonder why they DIDN'T make it out of steel ( except cost, of course ), and secure it better? Masonite? Ouch!
There's always the Stack-On "In Wall":
Stack-On IWC-55 Full-Length In-Wall Cabinet - Amazon.com

It's no heavy duty safe, but with a little creativity, it could be hidden similar to the TacticalWalls.
 

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Do what a guy did on another forum. Get an old Coke(or Pepsi) machine and convert it.
 
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