9 Unusual Hidden Gun Safes To Keep Your Firearms Secure

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A hidden gun safe can come in any shape or size. But the best, most badass gun safes can be completely hidden while providing absolute gun safety.

This list takes hidden gun storage to the next level with these 9 hidden gun safes to keep your guns secretly secured.

Secure Your Weapons In A Hidden Gun Safe

We stay prepared for any survival situation by keeping the best self-defense tools and weapons on hand. To be on the safe side, it's important to store your weapons in a hidden gun safe. You want one that is hidden while also accessible if you need to get to it in a timely manner. Here's a list of the best-hidden gun safes:

  • Truck step gun safe
  • Couch-hidden gun safe
  • SpeedVault gun safe
  • Coffee table secret gun safe
  • Hidden stairs gun safe
  • Hidden mattress gun safe
  • Refrigerator gun safe
  • Hidden bed gun safe
  • Car seat gun safe

1. Truck Step Gun Safe

Keep your gun safe with you always by adding this convenient, mobile gun safe to your truck step.

2. Couch Hidden Gun Safe

This unexpectedly placed hidden gun storage solution stays hidden in plain sight while providing a large amount of bulletproof storage space.

Couch Hidden Gun Safe | 9 Unusual Hidden Gun Safes To Keep Your Firearms Secure

3. SpeedVault Gun Safe

This quick-draw biometric gun safe is a fast and secure solution for your gun storage. Install under a desk, beside the bed, or any number of places for hidden, tactical gun storage.

4. Coffee Table Secret Gun Safe

Utilize that wasted space underneath your coffee table with some hidden gun storage!

5. Hidden Stairs Gun Safe

The stairs are another place to turn wasted space into perfectly hidden storage.

6. Hidden Mattress Gun Safe

Keep your firearm close by and well-hidden with a secret mattress compartment.

7. Refrigerator Gun Safe

No one will think to look in your spare refrigerator for your valuables. Make sure to add a lock to keep the kids out!

8. Hidden Bed Gun Safe

This isn't a great option for quick access, but keeping your arsenal inside of a souped-up box spring will ensure its safety while keeping it well-hidden.

9. Car Seat Hidden Gun Safe

Keep your guns in the car with you without sacrificing safety with this hidden gun safe.

Couch Hidden Gun Safe | 9 Unusual Hidden Gun Safes To Keep Your Firearms Secure

These gun safes are a great addition to your home or car and provide the ultimate hidden gun storage.

Hidden Gun Safe | 9 Unusual Hidden Gun Safes To Keep Your Firearms Secure

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on February 14, 2017, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.

8 Responses to :
9 Unusual Hidden Gun Safes To Keep Your Firearms Secure

  1. Nick says:

    I saw a hot water heater converted into a hidden gun safe! Friggin’ cool as hell. I’d never have thought too look somewhere like that. But now I will … If you do find the perfect hiding place don’t tell anyone! Ever!

    1. DaveW says:

      If you are thinking of local teens or homeless types, most of these will likely work, although a lock on a fridge might stand out. However, jails and prisons are trade schools for thieves. You can bet that they keep an eye on subjects like how to conceal your guns. Once the idea reaches them, the experienced ones teach others what to look for as soon as they step into a room. Like that wall shelf with the hidden drop down that doesn’t seem natural where you installed it. Try to think like a thief. Does that wall mirror look like it would be where the resident would naturally use it, or would it be awkward to use where it is?

      There are some things which thieves, who are pressed for time, might skip. Baseboards, for example. Wall sockets, air vents in appropriate locations. tops of doors can be bored out to contain pill bottles. A safe is a really good distraction. If thieves find a wall safe for example in a linen closet, they may waste time trying to get it loose to open elsewhere. When they finally get it open and find it empty or containing worthless stuff it’s karma.

      If you have a gun safe, for example, make sure you change the code or combination regularly (every quarter or every 6 months), and clean the dial or keypad regularly. The reason is that over time using the same setting wears a pattern on the lock or pad. This reduces the amount of effort a thief required to pop it open. This goes along with don’t use birthdays, anniversaries, license numbers, SSAN, etc.

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  3. Mike says:

    You left out the best ones!
    Qlinedesign.com has the coolest and best looking concealment furniture out there

  4. Dave says:

    You should check out ShotLock. They make several individual safes for firearms. Good quality, fast access and affordable price. http://www.shotlock.com

  5. Anonymous says:

    An easier place that no burglar or anybody would assume would act as a safe is a simple piano bench. I’ve been hiding things in one for years without any issues.

  6. JohnThomas says:

    Norman Gurley was a known drug runner. The key to his story is that he had for the intent to store drugs and weapons, not licenced firearms. In the end you have to convince a judge that it was for legitimate purposes. Tougher to do if you’re and arse clown drug monkey.

  7. orion says:

    I couldn’t find active links to the 9 unusual gun storage spaces. Though I have seen many in various sites. The locked freezer is a good one, safer for random people, but it is an older concept, I first heard about back in the mid 1990’s. The active links for hiding a firearm hidden behind a framed painting, isn’t that unique, and while hiding effectively … probably shouldn’t be left in a vacant home while you are at work or just away from home. I’ve been using the coffee table concept for years, but it still makes me nervous when I am away from home.

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