tactical walls

With advance permission from his mom of course:

0:47 – hahah classic stud finder joke.  If there has ever been a stud finder manufactured that hasn’t been subjected to that joke I’d be very surprised.  They probably even do that during quality control just to make sure people’s joke punchlines don’t get ruined.

2:38 – Instructions doubling as a template… now that’s just smart.  I love when things have a dual purpose like that.

All in all I think Tactical Walls are a cool idea, and the pricing isn’t too bad at all ($110 for the big insert, $40 for the small one).

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I’m my own biggest fan… I knew I blogged about Tactical Walls in the past so I just looked up the post and LOL’d at:

Their installation instructions are basically “Dick in a box, so not that big of deal if you own something that will cut through drywall.

Vigilant-Spectre-Tactical-WallsSpectre is wearing the ENDO Guns And Coffee t-shirt.

That mirror isn’t my style, but that “key” to unlock it is a cool idea.

Thoughts?

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If nothing else, this is a great use of space:

I wish the insert sat flush with the wall.  It appears to stick out what looks like ~1/4″, which wouldn’t be a huge deal for many applications… but for others, having the “cover” item stick out that much extra might raise suspicion, which isn’t good if you’re trying to hide these things.

If you have kids, or often have nosy visitors at your house you definitely have to take that into consideration seeing as this option leaves your stuff wide open for handling if found.

I am pleasantly surprised at the prices.  $40 for the small wall insert (handgun size), and $110 for the large one (rifle size) with free shipping.

Check out Tactical Walls for more pictures and info.  I might grab one to put behind my autographed David Hasselhoff poster.

Their installation instructions are basically “Dick in a box, so not that big of deal if you own something that will cut through drywall.

Thoughts?

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