Tactical Walls Furniture And ModWall – Big 3 East

Tactical Walls has been a regular at Big 3 East and this year they showed off their latest in concealed storage.

Their wall insert and shelves have been insanely popular and now they are getting into furniture with RFID locks.

Below is their table lamp and night stand/side table. The night stand and end table are similar in design. The night stand is taller at 31″ compared to the end table at 25″. Both retail at $495.


For something larger, they have a coffee table. The Coffee table retails for $795.

 

Their newest product is called MOD Wall. It is similar to slat walls you see in many local gunstores. However this is made of high density polyethylene. Similar to what plastic 50 gallon drums are made out of.  Right now they only come in black. But if demand increases then they will look into alternate colors.

Their Operator Package see below, retails for $299.

It comes with the following.

(2) Wall Panels that are each 22″ x 48″,
(2) Hide-A-Magnet attachments,
(1) Helmet hanger,
(1) Vest Hanger,
(1) Large Shelf
(2) Flashlight holders,
(2) Large Caliber Pistol hangers
(2) of your choice: AR10, AR15, or AK hangers

 

Tactical Walls has a simpler package called the Patriot. It retails for $225.

 

Check out their website for more information.





Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick found his passion through competitive shooting while living in NY. He participates in USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.

Any questions please email him at nicholas.c@staff.thefirearmblog.com


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  • BravoSeven

    Anyone here purchased and mounted one of these ModWalls? I’ve debated placing an order but I’ve backed away each time due to durability and weight concerns.

    • Travis Greene

      I have actually. You will need to drill into 3 studs for sure to handle the weight. The panels are solid plastic and quite heavy themselves but since u can drill anywhere on the panel to mount its pretty flexible. Its not bad at all but you will need a second pair of hands to help mount them.
      https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/5043f4e637bea8b7304989080a99ac211bd2668bed7d0176201b0c361f416b17.jpg

      • BravoSeven

        Awesome. I have a perfect spot but was just kinda skeptical. How long have you had yours? No issues with the weight pulling on the actual pistol & rifle mounts?

  • nova3930

    Wish modwalls existed when I built my house. Would have lined my safe with them…

  • KiwiGuy

    Pretty handy if you’re a drug dealer, or live in Fallujah ?

  • USMC03Vet

    My Short bald dad bangs 10 women a month using this one simple tactical walls trick…

    • BillyOblivion

      The same 10, or 10 different ones each month?

  • Iggy

    Cheap security hack, buy one of these, use airsoft gear to make outlines of guns and armour on it and hang it empty except for a single “accidentally missed” pistol mag near your entrance. Anyone who breaks in will think they’ve clearly already alerted the operator-ninja who lives there and retreat to save their life.
    Alternatively just hang some pictures of Dolph Ludgren and his wife.

    • Timmah_timmah

      Alternatively just hang some pictures of Dolph Ludgren and his wife.
      HAHAHAHA love it bro

  • Jeff S

    The modwall looks great… until I realize that I’d need a $5000 safe door and other trappings of a safe room to make it work properly (aka securely).

    • SGT Fish

      a hidden room is better than a safe. except in the case of fire. and if you keep all your guns in safes, then you aren’t very safe…

  • Timmah_timmah

    Ian demo’ed a somewhat similar but less tacticool wall mount system on InRange some time back