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  1. I see a large variety of safes on sale. Many people write that these are simple boxes and poorly protect its contents. I want to buy a truly reliable safe for the house to keep valuables and a gun.
  2. Well, my gun safe is bolted down in a dark corner of my basement, the old dial type on a liberty so I came up with some cheap ways to make it a little nicer. Liberty sells a very nice but quite pricy light that goes over your dial or keypad to illuminate it so you can see that runs for about $15-$30. Well that is a box or two of ammo for me so for a while I would just hang a flashlight on the handle. Better cheaper way I found was I happened to have a coupon for a free flashlight from Harbor Freight and picked one up and found it has lights in the bottom and the front along with a magnet on the back. Threw it on the safe over the dial and bam, bush the button and illuminates the dial nicely and can also be used for a flashlight. http://www.harborfreight.com/27-led-portable-worklightflashlight-60566.html I also use velcro or thumb tacks to mount the puck lights that you puck lights that you push the front to turn on and those light up the inside quite well too. Anyone else have any cool hacks to make a shooting room and anything shooting related easier or cheaper? I know there are some good ones
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