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    Furniture maker turns to concealment furniture

    built to conceal guns for homeowners who always need a firearm within easy reach

    • NJ Concealment Furniture owner Dan Ingram sells items that hide guns
    • Ingram was a cabinet maker but now focuses on concealment furniture
    • He said as gun sales have gone up so has interest in his products
    • Items include bed frames, shelves, coat racks, desks and hutches
    • His first item was a side table with a discrete compartment for a pistol



    Gun cabinets displaying rifles could soon be swapped out of homes as the new trend of discrete concealment furniture rises.
    From headboards to coffee tables, a wide range of appliances with space to hide a firearm have hit the market with success.
    Major gun sellers like Cabela's and Bass Pro Shops, as well as individual carpenters like NJ Concealment Furniture owner Dan Ingram, have created a wide array of pieces that can safely hide firearms while ensuring the weapon is within reach of its owner.
    Ingram's company, based in Hampton, N.J., has been building the concealment furniture for four years.

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    Concealment furniture is a growing trend among gun owners in the U.S. As gun sales increase, so does the demand for safer ways to store guns


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    Among the furniture are beds that allow guns to be hidden in the headboard

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    Bed frames, shelves, coat racks, desks and hutches have all been included in the market for concealment furniture


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    The makers claim the furniture is a safe way to store weapons in the home

    'There are a lot of people who don’t want a big iron safe,' he told Fox News.
    'There are a lot of people who don’t even have room for one, but they still need someplace to safely store their guns.


    'I was on a lot of online gun forums and there was a constant complaint.
    'People wanted something with quick access when they needed their weapons to keep their homes safe which is why they bought the guns in the first place.

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    A piece picking up a lot of stream now is the Dubbed The Gun Bed (pictured), which keeps a shotgun in its bed frame



    Ready for action: When pressed, the bed frame drops a a 12-gauge shotgun from behind a spring-loaded panel when it is pressed




    Concealment furniture is a growing trend in the U.S. as gun sales increase. NJ Concealment Furniture owner Dan Ingram has created a wide array of furniture that can discretely and safely hide a firearms.
    A man can never have too much red wine, too many books, or too much ammunition.

    - Rudyard Kipling

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