Hornady’s new 2024 releases are not limited to cartridges, bullets, and ammunition. There are also new additions to the range of gun storage options. The Mobilis series of safes are modular and available in various sizes. Also new is a range of welded gun cabinets in varying sizes.
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Hornady has three new models of Mobilis safes:
- Single Door, MSRP $2,855.99
- Double Door, MSRP $4,648.99
- Double Door MAX $6,319.99
Unlike traditional safes, the Mobilis family is modular. They can be disassembled and moved piece-by-piece, which is much easier than moving the safe as a complete unit. All models feature a built-in 120-volt power outlet and electronic keypad. Home delivery is also included with the purchase. Hornady outfits the Mobilis safes with the Square-Lok organization system for compatibility with a wide range of accessories.
The welded gun cabinets are an affordable security option for those who do not need a full gun safe. Hornady will offer three sizes:
- 8-gun, MSRP $197.99
- 10-gun, MSRP $223.99
- 12-gun, MSRP $265.99
All three models are 53 inches tall and include PVC-coated gun racks.
From the manufacturer:
Elevate your security game today with Hornady Security® Mobilis™ Safes – where innovation meets uncompromising protection.
Discover the ultimate solution for safeguarding your valuable firearms, ammo and gear with the revolutionary Hornady Security® Mobilis™ Safes. These safes offer an innovative modular design that ensures you get the security you need without the complexities of traditional welded safes. Gone are the days of struggling with moving companies or installers – the Mobilis™ Safes can be transported and assembled piece by piece in any room of your choice. The included tool kit provides everything required for assembly, giving you the power to set up your safe in a matter of minutes.
All images from Hornady.
AKA @fromtheguncounter on Instagram. Gun nerd, reloader, attorney, and mediocre hunter. Daniel can still be found on occasion behind the counter at a local gun store. When he is not shooting, he enjoys hiking, camping, and rappelling around Utah.
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