You can safely keep your guns and ammunition together, and as long as only you know the safe combination or keycode, then you don’t have to worry about anyone happening across your guns on accident. Plus, storing your firearms in a gun safe is required due to Regulation 11A(1) of the Firearms Regulations 1974.
Gun and Weapon SafesFirearms are commonly owned and stored by local West-Australian farmers and shooting enthusiasts, but it's dangerous to have them loose around the home. Gun safes help keep firearms in a secure locked location.
Keep Your Firearms Safe
Frequently Asked Questions
Instead of scrambling to put your gun away any time you have an unexpected visitor, rest easy knowing exactly where your gun is at all times. Gun safes are excellent for putting your mind at ease since you know your gun is safe and the only one who knows how to get to it is you. Also, gun safes are a requirement of Regulation 11A(1) of the Firearms Regulations 1974.
Gun safes come in all shapes and sizes and can accommodate whatever kind of rifle, shotgun, or handgun you might have. The material also differs, so if you have a preference for titanium over steel, then it's not going to be a problem. Gun safes can also be accessed by a number of locks, including biometric locks, keycards, numbered keypads, and regular keys.
Gun safes can range in price depending on how large and advanced they are, but most consumers can expect to pay at least a few hundred dollars for one. This is a very rough figure as some gun safes go for thousands, but for a regular gun safe that isn't excessively large, a few hundred dollars is a typical price you might expect to pay.
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