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7 Clever Ideas to Hide Your Secret Stash




Most people already know the importance of keeping valuables and weapons locked up and out of sight

from prying eyes. Guns should always be kept in a locked safe and out of the reach of children. But when it comes to keeping all of your weapons stashed, Preppers know better than to put all of their eggs in one basket.

While rifle cases can be a great way to store larger guns, they also make an easy target for criminals if they’re small enough to be carried or easy to break into. That’s why covert gun safes are becoming more popular these days as people try to come up with better ways to protect their property. As a Prepper, we always encourage readers of our survival blog to keep a geo cache stashed somewhere outside of the home whether it be in the back yard to protect against robbery or in a remote area close to home for bug out situations. But there are certain situations where you need to have a defense weapon that is easily accessible yet not obvious to the untrained eye.

The following list was compiled to give you some clever options to hide your secret stash.

1. Covert Cabinets Hidden Wall Shelf


COVERT CABINETS (Caramel) HG-21 Gun Cabinet Wall Shelf Hidden Storage w/WIRELESS LED LIGHT

2. Quick Access Handgun Concealment Flag Box


HandGun Concealment Flag Box Quick Access

3. QuickSafes Hidden Compartment Air Vent RFID Locked Safe


QuickSafes Hidden Compartment Air Vent RFID Locked Safe

4. Under the Desk Gun Holster


Wolverine Holsters Under – the – Desk Holster

5. Hide-a-Gun Globe

Hide – a – Gun Globe

6. Gun Concealment Storage Bench


American Furniture Classics 502 Gun Concealment Storage Bench

7. Slider Cabinet


American Furniture Classics 611 10 Gun/Curio Slider Cabinet Combination

 

Other Secret Stash Articles from our Survival Blog:

40 Unique Places to Stash Firearms

How to Make a Secret Log Box

***This article was contributed by Chrystle Poss a.k.a. “Survival Girl”, Owner of this Survival Blog and devoted Prepper. She has been writing articles on survival and emergency preparedness since 2006. You can find her work on various websites and publications.***

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