It was designed to work between the studs of a 16 on center standard 2×4 wall. However, if you are creative and industrious it could be made to work with a variety of wall types. (We do not recommend you try installing the inserts into cinder block or brick walls for obvious structural integrity reasons.)
Wood products are made of poplar, furniture grade birch plywood, and pine. Plastic products are made of U.S. sourced ABS plastic which makes it very light and very durable. MOD Wall products are made with High Density Polyethylene. Materials for each product may be found in either the long description on the product page, or under the dimensions tab on the product page.
It was designed to hold 1 mid length rifle and two handguns as well as a few other pieces of kit. But due the the never ending variety and sizes of SBR’s you may be able to fit two or three in there. Honestly, you’d be better off buying one unit for each rifle. Just sayin’.
The empty insert is an open canvas. You can customize and personalize the inside to your hearts content. You can use a variety of attachment points, hooks, straps, or similar set up’s. You could even use molle inside if you wanted to. Keep in mind. If you customize the insert to suit you we’d like to see the work you put in and share it with some of the other customers. Feel free to send a picture of your handy work for us to share in our gallery. (Don’t send your name or address. Also hide the serial numbers of your guns if taking high resolution photos. We will not share ANY personal information about our customers EVER!) We would just like to see how you trick out the inserts.
Maybe. We get this request from time to time and there are customers who have made it work for their application, however, most RV wall framing is not deep enough for the in-wall units, or strong enough to hold the shelves. Fortunately, we now offer a wide array of free standing and lighter surface mounted options for you to try.
Speed, convenience, simplicity. Plus you can hide this where you wouldn’t put a safe. Safes are great but I wouldn’t lock up a weapon which I’m depending on to protect my life and my family.
Honestly, have you ever tried entering your pass code in the dark? Under stress? It is not the easiest thing to do. Plus if you need to react and seconds count, do you even take the time to re-lock the safe? If yes. you are wasting even more valuable seconds. If no, your safe isn’t really a safe anymore is it? Now it’s just an unlocked storage container, kinda just like a Tactical Wall insert. Except your unlocked safe is full of all your other guns that could potentially be stolen. But when you grab your defense weapon out of your Tactical Wall, all your other guns remain locked away in your safe, plus you didn’t just waste valuable seconds unlocking and then re-locking your safe.