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Thread: Safe Organization Pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sindone
    I use metal ammo cans, but in the event of a house fire you want all black powder in either a plastic ammo can or a wood crate.
    Hmmmm.......That is an odd statement. My Commercially Manufactured Black Powder storage magazine is made from steel, with an anti-static liner. The lid even has two locks on it.

    The real requirement here is that the storage container be "Explosion Proof". That simply means that the container will not trap the combustion of the powder, it will rip open before any serious pressure develops. Powders that are unconfined will not produce anything more than hot wave of flame and smoke.


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    Correct, you do not want to store BP I'm a container that will let the pressure build up like a metal ammo can.

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    Metal ammo cans are also explosion proof.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dabears!
    wtf?
    Looks like I forgot the

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    Test of how tired you are... did you read the title of the thread as

    "safe organization pictures" (pictures of how your safe is organized"
    or
    "Safe-organization, pictures" (pictures of an organization for safe something)?


    2hrs sleep... I am ashamed to say, I read it as the latter...

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    That's my safe!

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    Check out http://www.storemoreguns.com/ look at the before and after pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjcootie
    hmm. nothing I really need in there.
    bwahahahah now thats funny!!!...

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