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Published on Sep 1, 2012

took my safe out to the shop and added some shelves to it,so i could free up a little more room in my house.

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Nice job, looks good
Just Plain Common Sense
Great idea for ammo storage. Sometimes these cabinets are on sale cheap too!
Kristian Nelson
Ever think of putting an exterior steel door with the anti kick plate supports for the hinges on the closet?? That would, in my opinion, make a pretty hard to get into closet other than a simple lock picking job...
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What kind of fasteners did you use to hold up the shelf brackets? Great vid. 
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Omar Ruiz
Hey guys just a little tip unsure if anyone has mentioned as I did not scroll thru all the comments, but a good thing to use inside your safes and cabinets especially for ammo is silica packets keeps the humidity out. thanks for the great vid
Tingtong Mahk
Good placement too. By putting it where you did, you greatly reduced the leverage space/angle for a crowbar attack on the lock side of the door.
Glenn Brockett
How are the shelves holding up under the weight? This seems like a good way to use a starter "Safe" when you upgrade.
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I did something similar with my old stack-on 8 gun cabinet. I bolted 2 of them slotted, adjustable shelf strips on each side. Then I cut a 1 x 8 to size for the shelves. I ended up with 5 shelves of different height, and a larger space in the bottom for ammo cans. 
That is very true in today's climate 
Alan d
Hey, Deal's gap. Awesome. We are heading down there for July for a good series of rides in the area. I'm looking forward to it. We're riding down from Canada so it should be quite the trip.
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