DIY concealment shelves made easy (VIDEO)

Grant Thompson, “The King of Random,” makes a trip to the home improvement store and puts together a pretty decent looking stealth shelf.

He uses a 1″x12″ common board along with some crown molding, finishing nails and some hardwood emboss rope. Some work on a chop saw later and a set of cabinet hinges and coat of sealant gets you a shelf with a hidden compartment. Some rare earth magnet switches help secure the shelf. Diamond plate accents give it some swag appeal.

Cost: $35.

The gun shown in the vid is a Glock then a Japanese airsoft HK, but your mileage may vary.

Of course as a disclaimer, always remember proper firearms safety and security.

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