Wat-memeWat? Are we being trolled? Why go to all the trouble of cutting a wood circle, gluing on dowels, gluing the wood circle to the bottom of the bucket? I figured at the end of all that he was at least going to fill the bucket (with the guns inside) up with birdseed or something similar. Might as well just have thrown the handguns into the bottom of the bucket and called it a day. OH YOU’RE WORRIED SCUFFING THE PRECIOUS FINISH? Wrap a rag around each one. I agree this hidden in plain sight method is probably 100x better than buying a cheapass safe and not anchoring it down. Johnny has trolled us in the past, so my radar is potentially picking up something… That radar is the only reason I’m still alive on the internet and haven’t been embarrassed into retirement by some of you cool teens. Johnny should have written “NOT GUNS” on the outside of the bucket.



If this was a bit thicker and longer…

It would be awesome for hiding some handguns or a rifle.  This is the kind of thing you could probably convince a wife or girlfriend to put in the living room without too much trouble.  Pretty neat that you need two magnetic knobs to open it, although it wouldn’t be idea if you needed to get at your firearm in a hurry.

Made by Torafu architects out of Japan.

I wonder if a person could modify a cheap shelf at IKEA to serve such a purpose.  Maybe i’ll try to muster up the courage to venture back in there sometime and check it out.  This shelf looks promising, but it appears to be a bit thin for such an application.



Oh just a standard bible… or is it! *dramatic music*

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I’ve hollowed out a few books in my day… didn’t put guns in any of them though.  The hiding guns in books option and how-to was discussed already, in addition to other places to hide guns in the house.

Thou shalt not kill though right?  Hmmm what’s self defense considered?  I haven’t been to church in a while.



During World War II the Army Corps of Engineers needed to hide the Lockheed Burbank Aircraft Plant to protect it from a possible Japanese air attack. They covered it with camouflage netting to make it look like a rural subdivision from the air.

Crafty Lockheed… very crafty.

More pics – HERE


What a soothing voice hahah.

The Chinese guy’s scene at the end is begging for a looped animated gif to be made.


Hidden in plain sight

I had a DIY (Do It Yourself) post a couple of weeks ago called Hide a gun in a book where it showed how to hollow out a space in a book to hide a gun.

SayUncle Blog had a couple new links up regarding hiding guns in special picture frames (which I review in option #6).

I found a lot of new ways for creative gun hiding places which I will critique below. All the prices listed are subject to change.

1) Octagon Gun Clock – $40


Awful thick for a clock.  Also, it looks pretty plain, so depending on how nice your house is it may not work with the decor.  Clocks are generally high up on the wall, so getting the gun quickly might require getting a chair over to where the clock is.  If you really don’t want to fool anyone with your gun clock, keep it at chest height for easy gun access.

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