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how many cabinets ?

Discussion in 'Firearms Certificate (FAC) Guns' started by bangers, Aug 25, 2014.

  1. bangers

    bangers Busy Member

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    Does anyone know if there is a limit as to how
    Many rifle cabinets you can have I've got two
    And would like another
     
  2. mmamonster

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    Dont think there is.
     
  3. Jackroadkill

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    Have as many as you want; it's the firearms that are licensed, not the boxes you lock them in.
     
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    I've got a similar problem needing another cabinet. The cupboard I've got the cabinet fitted in is brick built and has a concrete floor and ceiling so I'm going to leave the cabinet in situ for the time being and get a steel frame and a plated door with Banham locks fitted and invite the FEO round to inspect it as a 'gun enclosure'. If he passes it, I'll remove the cabinet and place the rifles on a shelf and store my other stuff beneath like vacuum/ironing boards etc. Space is limited to fit anymore cabinets and still stow the other needed items away.
     
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    Harry, How does the misses do the vacuuming when your not home?
     
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    Not a problem! The previous Mrs Brown is long sacked and I have a spare tall larder unit not doing much in the kitchen so in the unlikey event of a future G/F offering to do my cleaning, I can store the vac and ironing board in the kitchen so she has no excuse to not have access.
     
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    You got it covered Harry :D
     
  8. r10hunter

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    For gods sake don't post things like this!!!

    We don't want our other halves suggesting we build gun rooms that can also be used to store cleaning equipment that only we can have access too:):):):)
     
  9. bangers

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    i rung and spoke to feo on friday and told him i was gonna get another safe as i dont like
    to squeeze rifles together and damage the wood work he said no problem but wants to come
    and see it when its in place next to the others and i was not to use it until hes seen it ?? consider myself told :(
     
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    Yes that's normal. He has to pretend to try and pull it off the wall before it's approved:)
    Same when you move house you have to have them checked again, or if you move them to another room ect .
    Cheers Andy
     

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