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    From looking at them real good It looks like the guns are on a rack that slides in and out, the doors look like they are sealed very nicely and you could hook up a alarm to them. Not hard to do at all.. I too would Never leave a gun in there but Extra storage is always nice..
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    Nah, I would never put them on my truck... Especially not as storage for guns.

  3. #13


    They look good on NNBS trucks, too. I'm not so sure they'd look good on a NBS truck, though. They're too boxy for the NBS's, I think.

  4. #14


    great idea but not for guns .. also wouldnt mind finding out who made the front bumper that thing is AWESOME it has a sweet clean line to it
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    Quote Originally Posted by SurrealOne View Post
    @Curky, I've seen those. They are just asking to be unbolted and stolen .. or tampered with ... or drilled. And someone could do these things without setting off a truck alarm if one were slow and methodical about it.

    Firearms really need to be stored in the cab, under lock/key (ideally in a safe), with an alarm at the perimeter that detects glass breakage, motion, and shocks (i.e. the kind experienced when putting the truck on a roll-back). Why? Because all good security is layered.
    I could not agree more.

    When I go shooting at my local range, my firearms pretty much never leave my sight. When I get home, my firearms are put back in the safe right away.

    With that being said, those boxes look like a way to store stuff IF your truck sits up high enough.

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    Since the guns in the pic are now illegal to purchase here in NY the storage bins used for that purpose probably are too. Uggg.... why do I live in NY????

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    That looks sick as hell! Sign me up

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowaddict13 View Post
    great idea but not for guns .. also wouldnt mind finding out who made the front bumper that thing is AWESOME it has a sweet clean line to it
    Looks like a Road Armor bumper.

    Thanks for sharing, Curky. Running board storage is a neat idea - great way to store things and not have to take up bed or cab space. Like a few others in this thread, I'm not sure I'd use it for gun storage though, at least not long-term gun storage.
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  9. #19


    Uh, no.

    1. not theft proof; they actually attract thieves to at least come close and take a look.

    2. Any compartment not within the interior where the heater can run is going to be loaded with moisture, and those don't look very waterproof either.

    I don't put guns in that, no way. Tire chains, yes. A jack, yes. Something I don't mind losing, yes.
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    There cool... But not useful here in ny. The salt, moisture, and deep snow would abuse them. Some of the places I go hunting the snow is up to my rocker panels. I wouldn't feel safe putting to expensive rifles in there... I would be better served with it installed in my box.
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