Instant Gun Storage?

OldSnowy

LE
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Perusing as you do the MOD disposal site, I came across this:
http://www.e-disposals.com/product/...k-storage-explosives-storage-container-vault/

- and thought that one of you wealthy bambi-bashers may have need of the extra room to store your huge collections of (entirely kosher) weaponry...



Ammunition Store Gun Safe Firework Storage Explosives Container Vault Armoury
£5,416.67 £6,500.00 inc. VAT
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Product Description
This armoury was built in 2005 in accordance with government regulations and supplied to the police force so is a very well built store
The cabin exterior is generally in good condition with a few bits of paint flake it looks to be made from ¾” steel plate externally and then ply lined; I’m trying to gather some further information and spec of the original build.
The armoury has three locks on the door and then a key to open a box by the door containing a electrical box that you swipe a tag to open the door/key code override and turn off the alarm.
• 1st has a easy heat control box that runs all the electric radiators, 2 fluorescent lights, 1 radiator, air vents, 1alarm sensor, smoke detector, electric light control, break glass door release and fire alarm, bench on one side.
• 2nd shelving either side, 2 fluorescent lights, 1 radiator, air vents, smoke detector, and electric light control.
• 3rd 2 fluorescent lights, 1 radiator, air vents, smoke detector, electric light control.
The armoury is situated in Northumberland and will need to be collected by the buyer
Approx weight: 17 ton (UK)
External size: 830cm long, 410cm wide, 292cm high
The armoury comes with all keys and will be electrically disconnected and will require an independent crane and rigid flat bed lorry.
More pictures, details and viewing can be arranged on request.
Should you require a quote for delivery by haulier please contact me prior to purchase.
Please note that the sale price includes VAT.
For Anymore Information Please Call Matt On:
Phone: 01754880880 or 07436280144


I will never cease to be astonished at the stuff the MOD tries to flog off. The website is at:
http://www.e-disposals.com/
Well worth a look-see, and do so regularly, as stuff changes every few days.
 
Even so, compared to the cost of converting a building or constructing a new one it's very good value. I'm in a position to know!
Indeed, agreed entirely. I guess it's technically "temporary" like a portacabin so doesn't even need planning permission to put in your driveway or out back. The ultimate would be to put it on the side of a house and build a connecting door, and whack a roof over it and some walls around it - could be stud & weatherboard.
 

4(T)

LE
I see its on eBay as well, and you can "make an offer".

I'd consider buying it, if I could figure out how to get it into my back garden. I guess crane big enough to do a 17 tonne lift over a house would probably have a hire cost more than the shed itself.


Some of the prices on the website are ridiculously high, considering the stuff they are flogging is second hand and mostly junk.
 
Put another entry in the NAAFI bar, if it is soundproofed I am sure those without a suitable cellar could find other uses for it.

(No good for me, 6th floor apartment rules it out)!
 
We are moving [again] next year, but that should be it until retirement and I have tacit approval for an indoor pistol range from the Memsahib. My plan is to incorporate it as part of a garage, BFO sheets of steel as a backstop, surplus conveyor belting to stop splashback and some cunning baffling to minimise the amount of times the neighbours call out plod.

Even so, compared to the cost of converting a building or constructing a new one it's very good value. I'm in a position to know!

I remember when Stevie Leonard got his RFD in Swindon, back in the 80's, a company tried to sell him a bespoke safe-like door for the storage room in his shop and that was around 5K.
 
I don't thik that my constabulary (Hampshire) would wear it - unless is was securely bolted to a wall.

In any case 'Er indoors wouldn't have it either - colour!
 
I don't thik that my constabulary (Hampshire) would wear it - unless is was securely bolted to a wall.

In any case 'Er indoors wouldn't have it either - colour!
bet it doesn't have the right BS number either :)
 

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