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Stanley Vidmar Introduces Weapon Storage System

April 26, 2013  | 

Stanley Vidmar has introduced a new weapon-storage system engineered to meet the needs of military and law enforcement professionals. The Vertical Weapon Storage System provides the security, mobility, accessibility, and modularity necessary for the safe storage and easy deployment of firearms and other equipment, according to the company.

The Vertical Weapon Storage System can hold large quantities of a single weapon or be configured to store a combination of weapons and gear in a single, secure location. From M4s and pistols to TASERs and ammunition, the AR 190-11 compliant system's components and accessories allow customers to build a system that's right for them, according to the company.

The Vertical Weapon Storage system also provides two pad-lockable points and the ability to bolt or daisy chain with other VWS cabinets; mobility with optional handles, lifting eye, or pallet base; and compatibility with Vidmar XL High Density Storage Drawer Cabinets and other Vidmar systems.

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