Last month, I shared my plan of attack for organizing my gunroom. So far I’ve purchased the bins, thrown out a lot of trash and decided which firearms are going into each safe. Now is the fun part. It’s time for me to create my Lockdown wishlist and do some online shopping.
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I began searching through Lockdown’s website in the order I plan on organizing my room. The following rendition is my “if I could have the perfect gunroom” list.
As I mentioned above, the firearms are now in two separate safes. However, I crammed them inside there any-which-way just to get them off the floor and secured. Now, I want to organize them in a way that I may easily find what I am looking for without having to remove half of them first.
Handgun /AR Upper Hanger
Adding a Lockdown Handgun/AR Upper Hanger to the door is a great way to take advantage of the unused space on the door. (Who needs all those patches? I can easily find somewhere else to display them.) Plus, by putting my pistols on the door, it will free up some space on the floor.
Another way to make more space on the safe’s floor or to store other valuables is with Lockdown’s Vault Drawer. It easily mounts right underneath a vault shelf. I might even use it to store some important paperwork.
Cordless 75 Led Vault Light
Adding lighting is another way to make it easier to search inside my gun safes. Lockdown’s Cordless 75 Led Vault Light has a 95-total-lumens output. I like that I have the choice of mounting it, using the light’s built-in magnet or with screws.
Automatic Cordless 25 LED Light
I’m also drawn to this cool accessory: the Automatic Cordless 25 LED Lights. These lights come in packs of two and have motion sensors that automatically turn on as soon as the door is opened and off when closed (or we think it turns off, but we’ll never know).
Once I move a few pieces of furniture around, I know I will have more wall space. Although my plan is to get most things put away in cupboards and drawers, I would like to have some items and tools readily available.
I’m excited to have the ability to organize the walls and workbench area with SecureWall Panels. Since I am creating a brand new work area for myself, I know I may want to change locations of items along the way. By using these panels, I will always have the ability to change things up.
Standard MSRP: $39.99 – $55.99
Heavy Duty MSRP: $49.99 – $69.99
Lockdown offers numerous products to use on SecureWall Panels. Baskets, shelfs, hooks, and hangers are some of the items I may want. See all the SecureWall products here.
For a firearm I want to keep out of the safe (whether temporary or permanently), a Magnum Magnet is a great way to keep it off the floor. I’m thinking I can place it on the outside a gun safe.
Magnetic Barrel Rest
A Magnetic Barrel Rest is a great way to keep long guns from falling when they are out of the safe. Since my cabinets are metal, they offer numerous places for this piece of gear.
Exposing firearms to moisture may lead to rust, which might cause parts to stick together, work improperly and possibly misfire. Basically, moisture is bad, bad, bad for firearms. Thankfully, Lockdown has a few products to help monitor and control moisture.
Lockdown offers numerous types of dehumidifiers to choose from, depending on the location and amount space available. You can bet these handy accessories will be on the must-have order list soon.
MSRP: $24.99 – $119.99
There’s no need for outlets or batteries with silica gel packets. When placed inside a safe, a packet goes to work, absorbing moisture from the air. Once fully saturated, just place it in the oven to recharge it for use again. Where are these directions? What temperature?
MSRP: $7.99 – $24.99
As for security of the room, as well as monitoring moisture and temperature, I plan on setting up my Lockdown Puck.
Now I just have to order the products for my gun safes and I get those organized. Then I can check another step off my list.
View more Lockdown products here.
Michelle Cerino, aka Princess Gunslinger, entered the firearms industry in 2011 when Cerino Training Group was established. She immediately began competing in both 3-Gun and NRA Action Pistol, becoming a sponsored shooter. Michelle is currently a columnist and Managing Editor of Women’s Outdoor News, as well as Event-Staff for CZ-USA Field Sports. She also manages social media for Vera Koo and GTM Original. Michelle encourages others to step out of the comforts of home and explore. View all posts by Michelle Cerino
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