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  • Vaquero

    Moving stuff to the gas prices thread.....
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    Apr 4, 2011
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    Dixie Land
    I had mine in the garage for several years. No issues.
    It's usually arid here though.
     

    no2gates

    Nothing warms my heart like the smell of gunpowder
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    Mine's in my closet, so there's not an issue with moisture.
    If you do, make sure you put in a heater bar or better yet, a dehumidifier (not dessicant packs, they get expensive)
    Like this: Amazon.com - Eva-dry Renewable E-333 Wireless Mini Dehumidifer

    Whatever you do, make sure you bolt it down to the slab. Especially if it's in the garage and you're everytime you open the garage door, you're advertising to your neighbors "hey, look here... I've got some stuff worth stealing inside this here safe".
     

    hellishhorses

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    Eddy
    I have a stack-on cabinet in the garage that houses some ammo and gun parts, but have thought about bolting a safe there as well.
     
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