How To Organize Your Gun Safe

As time goes on and your collection of firearms continues to grow, the amount of space in your gun safe diminishes. You may be sitting there wondering what to do now. Is it time to buy another safe or upgrade the safe storage you currently own? Although either of these are solutions, many people may not have the space or the additional money it costs to throw down on a new storage solution.

If you are facing this problem, don’t worry, the gun experts at Nemo Arms have come together to help. We’ve compiled some key tips on how to organize your gun safe in order to maximize space. There are several routes you can take when going to organize your gun safe.

Magnets & Velcro

With the majority of gun safes being built out of metal material and layered with fabric, using accessory items like magnets and velcro are a great way to get things off the ground. With the ability to optimize your unusable space, these features will free up large areas within a gun safe.

Pegboards

Did your safe not come with a fabric lined interior but you’d still like to utilize that unused space? If you don’t want to take the time to add a velcro material to your safe, a great alternative is to install a pegboard. This display style not only knocks it out of the park with space optimization, but it’s also a sleek solution to store and showcase your firearms.

Panels

If you aren’t a handyman and are still looking to maximize that unused space, think about utilizing a door panel organizer. Similar to a behind-the-door organizer, it’s the same concept but for your guns. This solution will give you the same benefits as those listed above with a much simpler solution. Looking for an affordable option? Think about taking an old closet door organizer to adjust and use in your gun safe.

Hangers & Racks

If you are looking for an additional alternative without having to use power tools or altering your safe in any way, hangers and racks are another great route. By simply adding pistol hangers or placing organizing racks within, you can transform your gun safe space.

At the end of the day, you can organize your gun safe in a variety of ways and it’s important that you find the organization style to fit your needs. Everyone’s preferences are different, but by following along the suggestions above you’ll be able to find the solution that’s just right for you.

Taking the time to organize your gun safe can be the perfect time to stock up on firearm accessories. Now that you have the space for it, be sure to check out the Nemo arms website to browse all of the accessories we have available that you may not have realized you needed.
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