Gun Storage Solutions Helps You Maximize Storage!

I’ll admit, my gun safe is a hot mess.  I’ve done a terrible job of organizing in it.  Not that I have much, but what I do have is kind of just jammed in there.  Gun Storage Solutions has a number of products to help better utilize the space in your cabinet.

Rifle Rods replace the traditional notched racking system provided by safe manufacturers. Installation is a breeze! Apply Rifle Rod shelf liner underneath the surface above the guns, slide a Rifle Rod down the bore of your gun and attach the Velcro head to the shelf liner above. Rifle Rods stabilize each individual gun in the upright position rather than leaning it and wasting valuable space. Tactical rifles, shotguns and double barrels work perfectly with the Rifle Rod storage system. The product is versatile and works in any gun safe, closet or cabinet.

Handgun Hangers organize the shelves in your safe to store guns more efficiently. There are multiple styles of the product for storing guns underneath or above the shelf. Slide Handgun Hangers on any standard shelf – no assembly required. Each gun is easy to access and extra space is opened up for, that’s right, more guns!

Our latest product, Multi-Mags, can store semi-automatics and magazines under a shelf, securely lean rifles against the side of a gun safe or fold over and snap together to hold accessories along a metal surface. The Multi-Mags soft-grip rubber coating offers more variety and benefits than competing hard shell magnets. Quickly staple it to wood or snap it to a metal surface. The two tethered magnets can be kept as one unit for uses like storing a semi-automatic under a shelf, or cut in half to separate into two magnets, which are perfect for two magazines.

While they do have some products for gun stores, I’m definitely more interested in the safe organizers.  Has anyone used their products?  Does anyone have a good solution for organizing your safe?

Tom is a former Navy Corpsman that spent some time bumbling around the deserts of Iraq with a Marine Recon unit, kicking in tent flaps and harassing sheep. Prior to that he was a paramedic somewhere in DFW, also doing some Executive Protection work between shifts. Now that those exciting days are behind him, he has embraced his inner “Warrior Hippie” and assaults 14er in his sandals and beard, or engages in rucking adventure challenges while consuming craft beer. To fund these adventures, he writes medical software and builds websites and mobile apps. His latest venture is as one of the founders of; a search engine for all things gun related. He hopes that his posts will help you find solid gear that will survive whatever you can throw at it–he is known (in certain circles) for his curse…ahem, ability…to find the breaking point of anything.


  • Mike

    Room for more guns!!!!!

    • RICH

      More guns is always a ‘good thing’ ! !

  • Todd

    I use the Rifle Rod system and it turned my 12-gun safe into a 24-gun safe. It’s solid.

  • nulon

    still don’t like the hassle of having to pick a bunch of rilfes out to get to one in the back

    turning shelf would be nice

    • david

      Yup, I agree I looked into revolving racks, but they take up so much room that they don’t hold much.

      • RICH


    • Ian Thorne

      Me too, it’s a deal breaker for me. I have every gun set up so I can grab anything I own without having to move anything else. If I am burying a gun behind a bunch of other ones, that means I don’t shoot it enough for it to be worth owning.

      The Pendleton rotating safes are bad ass, but pretty expensive.

      • Smokey_the_Bear

        Pendleton safes aren’t “pretty Expensive” they are CRAZY EXPENSIVE.
        That said, I would LOVE to own one…an all white interior, lit by strips of white LED’s, on a turn table. Yes Please!

  • Marty Ewer

    I really got to look into this. My safes are also hot messes.

  • micmac80

    quite wobbly with scoped rifles( i always think rifle will tip over due to scope weight) but it does work

  • Swarf

    I think we can improve on this using existing technology,

    What do you call those automatic cow milking thingies?

  • Dan

    My solution? I bought a second safe. 🙁

    • RICH

      LOL…! Idid that too…. and I still have a few things that I can’t get in either safe…. !!
      : )

  • seems ok for a long term storage solution but if you use your guns a lot or you need a rifle for quick access (home defense etc) it seems like these could get clunky and in the way

  • organic 55.6

    I personally don’t like anything being confined down the barrel. being that the barrel is a confined dark area that can attract rust, since can sweat long term storage could cause major damage to your rifling.

  • organic 55.6

    I meant to say that plastic sweats and that = rust

    • RICH

      A dehumidifier will keep just about anything rust free & dry. I’ve had my big safe since the mid 80’s with no rust issues. I bought the Goldenrod dehumidifier when I bought my safe……. and (knock on wood) that;s still working fine !

  • Ratcraft

    I have 49 guns in a 24 gun safe…… oh yes, it’s a disaster. Some may never see the light of day again. Whenever I scrounge the funds to buy another safe…… I come home with another gun instead….

  • Alt Jensen

    It sure is annoying to have 5 viglink links in the article that don’t link to the product being discussed. I wish someone at TFB would fix that.

    • zardoz711

      i’ve no idea what viglink is, but it looks like someone isn’t using addblock plus

      • Alt Jensen

        Sadly, I am using ABP

        • zardoz711

          Ah, i’ve adblock, adblock plus, disconnect and https everywhere all going strong on Chrome.
          It’s a bit heavy on ram usage and ABP will crash if i have too many tabs open but I’ll be damed if I’m going to put up with some blasted 3rd party advertiser’s insecure garbage.

      • Alt Jensen

        Ah, found the solution. I had to uncheck “Allow some non-intrusive advertising” in my ABP settings (not sure why it was checked to begin with)

        • zardoz711

          yeah “non-intrusive” with a bunch of unrelated mouse-over popups….

  • notalima

    I been using Rifle Rods and Handgun Hangars for years without issue. Really makes a difference in how well I can organize my big safe and how much joy fits inside.

    No bore issues with the rods (plastic), but the handgun hangers are rubber-coated metal. On bores above .22 you can use a little rubber cap, but it is too big for .22. With the cap removed there is bare metal right at the end. Pull the sheath out a bit and it is fine. Just keep an eye on it.

    • systems407

      Can you get the guns in and out easily? How hard is it to get one in the back?

  • janklow

    i have been using these for years and they’re very, very handy.
    …except for that tiny little AUG.

  • Smokey_the_Bear

    I like the before picture better. Because I can grab any gun quickly. Not spend 5 minutes first to take all the other ones out, so I can grab one in the back, then I’d have to put everything else back in the safe. F that.
    The real solution is either buy another safe, of sell the guns you never use.

  • RICH

    The rifle rod system works great ! !