If you really want to conceal your guns inside your home, you should look into purchasing a hidden gun safe. Hidden gun safes are firearm storage units designed to look like everyday household objects, such as books or clocks, for some level of secrecy.Though, not nearly as secure as regular gun safes/vaults, hidden gun safes provide a means to clandestinely store your gun in places one would rarely suspect. This may be used for keeping a firearm in a room away from your gun collection, or preventing your only gun or some thing of same value from being stolen.
Locking Booksafe with Key Lock
This Locking Booksafe by Cutting Edge, looks so common, nobody will ever know what is hiding within. Not even theives! Disguised as an English Dictionary, this book safe measures 2 x 5.5 x 9″ internally, and can hold various compact handguns with room left over. It is built with a solid lock and latch, and a strong steel body.
However the issue with this product is that, if inspected closely, someone may be able to tell that this ‘book’ is fake. This is mainly due to plastic faux-pages, that are built onto the sides of the unit. They really don’t look like pages to be honest, but there is good news. If you keep the safe tucked away between some larger books, (say, on a bookshelf) like most customers suggest, it will greatly increase its believability.
If your looking for another book safe option, the branded BARSKA Hidden Dictionary Book Safe is a great choice.
Concealment Mantle Clock
This Mantle Clock from Ps Products will have your company fooled with its well built design and beautiful finish.
We do not recommend this product for those with children in their home. There is NO lock built into this concealment clock and is not secure by any means other than a large (and rather strong) magnet. Yes, this is great for those looking for speedy access to their firearm, but again, we think this product should not be used for gun storage if children frequent the location.
That being said, this unit is perfect for storing pistols such as glocks and 1911′s. The inside measures 14 5/8″ x 7 3/8″ x 3 3/4″ and is made of solid wood with a mahogany stain. The lock relies on quartz movement, and runs of 2 AA batteries.