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Dasco Storage Solutions – TA-50 Gear Storage Locker

Dasco Storage Solutions has some great products like their TA-50 Gear Storage Locker.

The TA-50 Storage Lockers have been installed in unit buildings so that troops have their gear ready at work, in amphibious units for the storage of wetsuits, tanks, masks, and flippers and have even been used to store linens in the barracks.

Offered in single and double tier models, these lockers are great for storage of military field equipment, Police/LE/ Corrections gear, and camping and shooting equipment as well as targets and ammunition.

With over 45 square feet of storage, you can fit a wide assortment of gear and/or weapons securely within the locker. This includes a combination of up to four long guns (rifles, carbines, shotguns), multiple handguns and up to two heavy, crew-served weapons, along with field equipment.

The all-steel construction features a secure, multi-point lock mechanism and the padlock hasp engages both doors. The locker is also black Sandtex powder-coat finish for long service.

Additionally, thanks to the perforated doors you can conduct quick visual inspections and there’s plenty of ventilation for wet gear and integrated handles help with moving the lockers. For added stability there are pre-drilled holes at the top, bottom, sides and rear to mount the lockers to walls, floors and each other.

Inside the Locker are four columns of built-in universal back panel columns (two on each side) which accept over 100 storage components for all kinds of weapons and equipment, resulting in a customized storage solution.

Standard TA-50 Gear Storage Locker components include an upper shelf, hanger bar and three coat hooks, but you can add fully-adjustable heavy-duty shelves, additional hanger bars and coat hooks and even integrated power.

Check them out at You can buy direct, or through their various dealers M1 Secure Storage Systems, Data-Link Sales Associates, and Secure Western Storage as well as the various TLS Vendors.

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