SecureIt Model 52 Gun Cabinet

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posted on June 23, 2016
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Today’s gun owners have a list of specific storage needs—organization, fast access, adjustability, concealability, portability and more. To meet those demands, SecureIt teamed up with the U.S. Army Special Forces and created the Model 52 Gun Cabinet.

The Model 52 easily organizes up to six long guns, while ensuring fast access. Through patented technology, called CradleGrid, users can customize the arrangement of their firearms. CradleGrid is a three part system. First the grip is comprised of a grid that affixes to the back of a locker, cabinet or safe. Secondly individual “cradles” can fit anywhere on the grid, without a need for tools, offering users the ability to fit guns in the best angle possible. Finally the CradleGrid system features a base for firearm buttstock storage with a tiered design for a proper lean angle. Due to the customizability of the CradleGrid in the Model 52, guns can be stored with optics attached.

The Model 52 Gun Cabinet is an ideal size for the home or office, has a push button electronic lock, and its straight-line access allows users to reach each firearm without moving others. The Cabinet is made of 14-gauge heavy duty steel, features a swing door with a three point locking system and is finished in an inconspicuous black power coat.

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