GUN Need some advice on securing an HD firearm...

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  1. WooleyBooger

    WooleyBooger OT Supporter

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    It needs to be easily accessible in the bedroom, but secure so that someone wouldn't bump or snag on it and fire it. I have a 3 year old son who is always getting into something, so under the mattress or in the nightstand drawer are out. And it needs to be easy and convenient enough that my wife can access it quickly and safely, while i'm working nights.

    I have a couple glocks, and am considering getting an 870 too...so i need ideas for both.

    I thought about a safe, but i think it would take too long to access in a hury.


    Ideas?
     
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    they make those electronic lock boxes :dunno:
     
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    I got one of these for around $100 but it's got a SureFire flashlight, stacks of $100 bills and an HK45.

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    I have something similar to this ^^ got it at Walmart for about $65. It sits on the floor near my bed. I have a young kid at home too, this keeps things safe but lets me access my gun in about 2 seconds.

    edit : the one I have is called the DAC Sportsafe : It's on clearance at WM but not sold online :

    http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=2221464
     
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    an hd?
     
  7. Don't be a douche.


    Search online, you'll find many examples to back this up. English is a weird language in that there are so many rules, and just as many exceptions. The idea of using "an" before an acronym is open to some debate, but the overwhelming consensus is that the way the thread starter used it was just fine.
     
  8. johnson

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    I use "an" if the word starts with a vowel sound.

    You need to go buy an HDTV.
     
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    This.
     
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    fixed :mamoru:
     

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