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    Quote Originally Posted by mels95yj View Post
    I can put a Beretta 92FS and HK USPc in the safe at the same time. I have to push the HK all the way to the back and then the Beretta. They form a rectangle kinda. HTH

    Mel
    Yea, I've been able to do this, but there's absolutely no room for anything else. Plus, the firearm in back is pointing right out the door. I can see a scenario where fingers of a rushed owner hit the trigger of the rearward handgun in an attemot to grab a firearm.



    Not something I would recommend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by literaltrance View Post
    Yea, I've been able to do this, but there's absolutely no room for anything else. Plus, the firearm in back is pointing right out the door. I can see a scenario where fingers of a rushed owner hit the trigger of the rearward handgun in an attemot to grab a firearm.



    Not something I would recommend!
    Actually, my HK has the muzzle pointing towards the left side of the safe and the Beretta is laying on it's left side pointing back. I don't think it would work with a gun much longer than the HK though. It's a pretty tight fit in the back of the safe as you said earlier. I agree with you though on not wanting the scenario you described.

    Mel

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    Maybe you want to buy a chest or desk with lockable drawers. This is furniture, of course, but you can hold a lot more guns, as well as other items. For example, if you keep your guns in the bedroom, you can have one locked drawer where you keep several guns, and another drawer where you keep socks and underwear, and so on. If you keep you guns in the office, you might have a locked drawer for the guns in your desk, next to another drawer that contains office supplies. You might even keep ammunition in an adjacent drawer for easy access.

    I keep my guns and ammunition together in an unlocked drawer. Then again, I live alone, so this is not a problem.

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