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What Guns? What Gold? Prepper Tips On “Hiding Your Guns in Plain Sight”

by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:

There are endless places and ways to conceal, hide and stash your guns and other precious items.

Who knows when the time would actually come when some jack-booted thug would beat down your door and search for your constitutionally-mandated firearms – but with Obama’s gun control and many possible scenarios for martial law and a crackdown on patriots, it could really happen.

And it may be time to think about the possibilities, if you haven’t already.

Really, it should be part of your prepping plans already.

But in case the thought has never crossed your mind, or you need to beef up your plans and devices, here are some examples.

These videos have some clever ideas about where to hide your guns, precious metals, heirlooms and emergency supplies.

If in doubt, take the idea, and change it, recombine it, rethink it – and make it an original secret location(s) that only you will know about.

Many of these concealment concepts are not only good for hiding guns and prepping supplies, but – at least in the case of the false bookshelf – offer the opportunity to conceal a panic room hidden in plain sight.

If the plan works, burglars, assailants and even police won’t discover your hiding place.

The tricky part is that guns, in particular, are best hidden in a place where they can also be quickly and safely accessed when needed.

Sometimes the usual hiding places just aren’t good enough.

This viral video explains how you can install “tactical walls” where your firearms can be hidden away from prying eyes, as well as children and vulnerable family members, while offering instant access.

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