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Reddit mentions of Stack-On GCB-8RTA Steel 8-Gun Ready to Assemble Security Cabinet, Black

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Reddit mentions: 14

We found 14 Reddit mentions of Stack-On GCB-8RTA Steel 8-Gun Ready to Assemble Security Cabinet, Black. Here are the top ones.

Includes a removable steel shelfStack-On patented barrel rests are included3-point locking System with double-bitted key coded lock provides greater securityFasteners are tamper proof from the outside of the cabinetSpecifications: - capacity: 8 rifle and/or shotguns- safe capacity: 5

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Found 14 comments on Stack-On GCB-8RTA Steel 8-Gun Ready to Assemble Security Cabinet, Black:

u/MarcusDohrelius · 26 pointsr/gundeals

Shipping is $30+ dollars at Midway (the add a free-ship item to bring down cost trick is no more). You can pick up a similar storage cabinet for $92 shipped on Amazon

Edit: see Wal-Mart deal below

u/JMV290 · 9 pointsr/gundeals

I've been keeping an eye on this for a while and it finally has dropped to a price I'd feel comfortable paying. It's not the cheapest it's ever been but it generally doesn't drop below this (other than the one instance in April). They're normally $118-$140 on Amazon.

And yes, as with every security cabinet ever posted: Everyone is aware this isn't a safe and won't stop theft if someone really wants to break in. They're for securing guns from guests or kids while also meeting state storage requirements.

u/xxxJakkxxx · 7 pointsr/ar15

Here you go. $100 shipped. Not too heavy but will keep honest people honest and them out of sight.

u/DrJarns · 5 pointsr/The_Donald

Amazon has a bunch!

Really Small

17" Wide

u/Lost_Thought · 5 pointsr/guns
  • Metal locking cabinet

  • Stud Finder

  • Some lag screws with washers

    Use the stud finder to locate a stud in your wall (closets can be a good place), mark it above the top of the safe. Take your safe, find the holes in the back (or drill some) Mark the top of the safe in line with the holes in the back. Line up both marks, getting the safe as close to the wall as possible (you might need to put it up on some plywood if there is a kicker board). Drive the bolts into the stud anchoring it in place.

    This is easy to remove and patching 4 or 5 screw holes in drywall is something that most apartment dwellers will be doing anyway.
u/Szalkow · 3 pointsr/austinguns

Since you acknowledge that it's temporary, let's assume expanding the collection isn't an issue.

Stack-On 8 Gun Cabinet gets the job done for under $100. You can usually find it at Academy for a similar price.

It says eight guns, but for "real" guns with scopes and stocks and such it's more like four long guns. Has a little shelf at the top for pistols. Plus, it's light enough that when you move you can just pack it up and take it with you.

If you're allowed to drill into the floor or walls, you can bolt it down and no one can carry it off without tools. Otherwise, I'd consider stacking a hundred pounds of ammo at the bottom.

u/leftnose · 3 pointsr/Shotguns


easier than building your own box. Check the length of your guns, though, 52" is kinda short for a shotgun and you may want a slightly larger model.

u/Zhwazi · 1 pointr/guns

I have one of these until I can afford a real safe.

Someone broke into my house just yesterday so I've been considering upgrading.

u/000Destruct0 · 1 pointr/guns

Depends on how secure you need/want it to be. Stack on makes what is laughingly called an 8-gun cabinet that can comfortably fit 4 long guns. It is approx. 4 feet tall and pretty thick gauge steel. The drawback being the shelf barely fits a few mags so you'd have to get those over the door hanging handgun compartments.


u/LiveStalk · 1 pointr/guns

Well, you can get a locker fairly cheap as well as desiccant to keep things dry.

u/Scott_Sanchez · 1 pointr/Shotguns

Good advice so far. If it's lightly oiled in a climate controlled environment you shouldn't have much trouble keeping rust away.

And to add to the security point, you should seriously consider locking the gun up. Remember crooks love guns, and I would be sick to my stomach if one managed to get a hold of mine. You don't need to invest in a 2 ton safe for one shotgun, but a cheap steel cabinet like this one, bolted to the wall/floor, should at least deter a smash and grabber.