Just saw this and it has my full support:

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Hell, anything safety should be Tax Free (OK, everything should be tax free, but will discuss that at a later date) because I am tired of being told I need to be responsible with my firearms, but I don’t get the break other “approved” groups get.

I am not asking for state or federal grants to buy a Liberty Safe Presidential 50, but a simple tax break for a steel cabinet? Yes, very much so I will take.

I see that this break comes with an expiration date. Let’s see what is going to be done about it by the State Gun Right groups.


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “This needs to be in all 50 states and make it permanent.”
  1. Haven’t I been saying for years that an approved gun safe should be tax free and tax deductible to encourage everyone to lock up their guns?

    Glad to see Tennessee at least did the tax free part.

    1. It was in response to what ended up being the Permitless Carry bill winding its way through the legislature.

      At some point an opponent argued that more guns would be stolen out of cars and the response was to subsidize car safes, and eventually all safes, by making them tax free. But it’s only for a year.

      My brother just moved back to TN from Washington State and apparently out there it’s permanent.

  2. What ever you do, don’t get the Stack-On “security cabinet” pictured above with exposed door hinges. I could defeat that with a hammer and pin. Or a 4.5″ grinder.

    1. Exposed hinges are fine if the door has locking pins on all four sides …. but I take it this is not the case with the Stack-On in question? I am not at all familiar with their product line.

      (Not a slam on them – just never needed a second safe. Or rather, it was simpler to upgrade the door to the room the safe was in… but that’s a different discussion.)

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