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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 3:51 pm 
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Just got an email alert from Canadian Tire, the Stack-On 8-Gun Cabinet is going on sale Dec 14-20 for half price $74.99.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 6:45 pm 
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AirSmith wrote:
Just got an email alert from Canadian Tire, the Stack-On 8-Gun Cabinet is going on sale Dec 14-20 for half price $74.99.

Those 8-gun cabinets are really 4 or 5 gun cabinets, you can fit 8 RedRyders but scoped guns and larger rifles really need something bigger IMHO (then again at 75$...).

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 7:25 pm 
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I know what you mean, I bought the 10-Gun cabinet a while back when it was 50% off and there is no way you'd fit 10 in it.
For a newbie like me it will do until I can amass an armoury, large enough to equip a small Central American country, like some of you folks have :D


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I have that 8-gun cabinet. I've lined it with a piece of automotive carpet and it fits 6 scoped rifles side-by-side across the back. Removing the two, or maybe 4, end rifles means removing others first.

On the shelf, stacked right, will fit 500 rds .223 and 2000 rds .22 in 100 rd CCI packages (estimated).

If you mount a panel to the door, you may be able to hang a few pistols.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, 2012 2:14 pm 
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I have one of those. It is an 8 gun safe if all 8 of your guns are Cooeys! :D

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How study is this gun cabinet? Looks like a flimsy locker, thinking of picking up the $300 gun safe at Costco for the eventual .22's.


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How study is this gun cabinet? Looks like a flimsy locker, thinking of picking up the $300 gun safe at Costco for the eventual .22's.


If you remember your school lockers, thats pretty much what they are. If you have the extra cash, buy the one from Costco. You won't regret it. Bought mine about 4 years ago. Excellent value at around $1 a pound. :lol:

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kazibole wrote:
How study is this gun cabinet? Looks like a flimsy locker, thinking of picking up the $300 gun safe at Costco for the eventual .22's.


If you remember your school lockers, thats pretty much what they are. If you have the extra cash, buy the one from Costco. You won't regret it. Bought mine about 4 years ago. Excellent value at around $1 a pound. :lol:

X2 on the Cotsco safe and it is about 1$ a pound. The one I have isn't available online but it's the same as this one but with a black door instead of brushed steel.
http://www.costco.ca/First-Alert%C2%AE-Executive-Safe-220-L-(7.7-cu-ft).product.10342938.html
There's also a slightly larger one available in stores but as with everything at costco if you REALLY want it, go get it NOW. I waited a week before going to get mine, when I got there there was none left and it took over a month for them to receive some more.

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