& Sheriff Departments armories vary in size
depending on the department with the larger departments
having larger armories and storage requirements.
Combat Weapon Racks fully slotted modular back
panel highlights the ability to store a diverse
range of weapons side by side independently. Inside
police and sheriff units weapons such as lethal
and less lethal shotguns, gas guns, tasers, pistols,
AR-15s, sub-machine guns commonly are stored together,
requiring single individually adjustable barrel
saddles to accommodate different weapon systems.
Teams carry mil-spec weaponry requiring a diverse
range of configuration possibilities. Among these
storage configurations is the SOPMOD (special
ops attachments) stored attached to the weapons.
Storing lasers, NVGs, tactical lights and other
accessories attached to the weapons without having
to rezero your attachments every day is possible
with no additional accessories required.
Weapon Storage Systems prime focus within each
weapon rack is to achieve independent adjustability
per weapon with a 1:1 weapon to barrel saddle
ratio. Having a 1:1 weapon to barrel saddle ratio
(1 weapon, 1 barrel saddle) allows the armorer
to adjust barrel saddles vertically without impacting
adjacent weapons in a moments notice. Without
a fully slotted back panel or individual barrel
saddles, achieving a 1:1 ratio is not possible.
and Sheriff Departments can store their inventory
of weapons in our secure Combat Weapon Racks,
with a 10 point locking system as standard or
if your arms room meets your physical security
requirements, in our Combat
Weapon Shelving system.
racks can be fixed and anchored to the wall, floor
and side to side or installed on mobile carriages
for higher density requirements.
Weapon Racks meet & exceed US DOD physical
security requirements (AR 190-11 & OPNAVINST
Enforcement Weapon Racks, mixed in with
Combat Weapon Shelving
Weapon Racks configured side by side