|Item Weight||147 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20 x 40 x 58.5 inches|
|Item model number||GCDG-9216|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Special Features||Impact Resistant|
|Warranty Description||Limited 1 Year Warranty: Defects in Material and Workmanship|
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Stack-On GCDG-9216 16-Gun Convertible Double-Door Steel Security Cabinet
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- With separately keyed valuables cabinet or additional space for 15 more guns
- Gun Cabinet Section holds 16 rifles or shotguns up to 54" tall and foam padded sides and bottom to reduce the chance of scratching
- Convertible cabinet section has 4 large foam padded removable steel shelves perfect for storing ammo, hand guns, cameras, jewelry, etc. or install additional gun barrel rests (included) to add space for 15 more guns for a total capacity of 31 guns.
- Reinforced full-sized steel door
- 3 point locking system with key coded, double-bitted lock for greater security
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The Stack-On Tactical Gun Cabinet is the safest way to store your guns. Designed with the usability and comfort of all gun enthusiasts, Stack-On does not sacrifice cost for quality. This Stack-On cabinet is approved by the California Department of Justice as meeting their standards for safely storing firearms.
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Stack-On's Gun Cabinets feature welded, steel box construction and superior all steel 3 point locking system with double butted, key coded lock. Full length welded and staked steel piano hinge provides greater security. Also features Stack-On's patented, contoured non-marring barrel rest and barrel standoffs for scoped guns. Durable baked epoxy finish in hunter green. Flush mount bottom for easier fastening to floor. Pre-drilled mounting holes allow easy attachment to the floor or wall. Fastening and finishing hardware included. Pre-drilled top mounting holes align with Stack-On's Pistol/Ammo Cabinets. Stack-On's superior all steel 3-point locking system provides greater security. The locking plate passes behind the steel cabinet frame at the top and bottom of each unit. In addition, a large steel locking plate is secured behind the steel door frame in the center section of the door panel. Molded barrel rests won't deteriorate or compress over time. The contour of the barrel rest will accommodate rifles as well as side-by-side shotguns. Stack-On's patented barrel rests keep your guns in place. Stack-On's patented barrel rest standoffs keep most scoped rifles away from the back of the cabinet and allow for one position storage. This unique standoff can be attached to any Stack-On barrel rest and removed if your needs change.
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While waiting for delivery, I came across a brand new, still in the box 18 gun Sentinel cabinet at Goodwill for $23, so I have something to which to compare. The instructions for the Sentinel were horrible, but they were much better than for this gun cabinet. After assembling the Sentinel, I could have assembled this cabinet blindfolded. They have similar construction. One person can assemble the cabinet, but it helps to be tall with long arms. The hardest part is reaching around the door and holding the screw while reaching inside the cabinet holding the gun mount. You can see neither and have to feel for the hole. Once the first screw is in and tight, it is easy to put in the second screw.
After putting the cabinet together, I shut the right door and latched it with the key. Then I shut the left door and tried to latch it with the key. The lock seized at a 45-degree angle. It wouldn't move in either direction. I lost my sense of direction when I lightly pounded on the door with the side of my fist in an attempt to unlock the door. I made it worse by turning it to about 75 degrees. I went through the same process to turn it the other way, eventually unbinding the latch and opening the door. The mechanics seemed to be in good order. When I reached my hand inside, I felt something sticky. It was the backing of the foam padding installed on the other side. It covered the rectangular cutout for the latch. The latch penetrated the foam and it curled up around the latch, causing it to bind. There is very little leverage with the key to unbind it. I cut out the foam around the rectangular cutout and the latch functioned nominally. Watch out for this! A warning would have been helpful. It costs me 15 minutes.
The second problem was with the shelves. Three of them had varying degrees of a concaved bend. The bend was easy enough to fix, but it left scalloping of the lip varying according to the amount of bend. For two of them, the lip is on the back side and is covered by the foam. One is on the front and is visible. There was no damage to the shipping box or cabinet, so it likely left the manufacturer like this and was not damaged by the shipper. I used the wooden end of a hammer to straighten the scalloping of the lips as best I could. I would have returned the cabinet but it was just too much of a hassle. I will live with the one visible defect. I spent approximately 15 minutes dealing with this problem.
The item that caused me the biggest delay was removing the label. Whoever made the label must have had a bad glue day. The small label came off without a problem. I grabbed the large label at the corner where it is made to be pulled off. It started to come off and then started to tear. No matter how careful I was to pull the label, it would tear. Even where it pulled off, it left glue on the door. Eventually, I had to pull it off anyway I could, then I had to scrape it off with my fingernails. I woke up this morning because of the pain in the tips of my thumbs it was so bad. Alcohol helped to remove the label and the residue. There appears to be no quality control in the manufacture of the labels. I wasted an hour on this label.
One side had a couple of small dents that were only noticeable when the light hit it just right. From the nature of the dent, I would say it came from the manufacturer like this and was not a shipping issue. It's generally not visible being on the side, so I accept it.
In addition, I found the shanks of two rivets in the cabinet. It was no big deal, but again it shows the lack of quality control. Another very small issue is that the foam for the back side had a triangular hole (3/8" on a side) cut in it with a hole punched through the backing. The hole doesn't line up with anything. It just another lack of attention to detail.
In terms of value, it is expensive. In hindsight, I could have purchased two or maybe even three Sentinels and would have had money left over. I've seen the Sentinels for as low as $140 and can be purchased on Amazon for $198.
Aside from the issues above, it is a good, function cabinet that will well-serve its intended use. It looks great, although I would rather have it in black.
I locked my rifle in one side and my pistols and ammo on the other.
However, I can now only unlock the pistol and ammo side. The long gun side refuse to budge. I’ve spent over an hour fiddling with it, even to the point of bending one of the keys. I’ll contact the manufacturer, but at this point, I think the only way I’ll get access to the long gun section and retrieve my rifle is to destroy the cabinet.