Indestructible Firearm Display Cases (Dealers Only) – Display Solutions of Topeka – SHOT Show 2017

Display Solutions of Topeka
http://dstopeka.com/

This year at SHOT I tried to grab some stories that are just for our GunsAmerica Stocking Gun Dealers, and there was no better place to start than our friends at Display Solutions of Topeka. Since SHOT moved to the Sands, DST has been right there with us several days before the show setting up their booth, which is a might more complicated than our own.

This year the new product is what appears to be an indestructible handgun case. From what I can understand, the secret of the design is that there is an outside steel layer and an inside polycarbonate layer. So you can cut all day, hammer all day, smash all day, and you aren’t going to get into that case without cutting it up physically through both layers.

Most burglars aren’t that sophisticated, and many of them think that they can just drive a truck through the front door. That is why the first test on this case was to run at it with a 26,000 pound box truck. Then they continued with sledge hammers, cutting wheels, and when they brought it into the shop, dropped it from the top of a fork lift, all on video.

Display Solutions of Topeka crafts most of their products custom to your dimensions, and they can create matching signage, with just about any finish you like. They deliver and install all over the country. Reach Scott or Barbara Johnson at 785-862-0176.

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  • BillyBob January 25, 2017, 10:17 am

    Just lay a bottle jack on top with spacers to the other side ! Ever hear of LIKE A HOT KNIFE THROUGH BUTTER ?
    (Simple propane torch melts plastic ) Now how much are the cases ? THE cost of the guns in the case ? The cost of INSURANCE ? THE COST OF DAMAGE TO THE BUILDING GETTING TO THE CASES ? DOES YOUR INSURANCE GO UP MORE OR LESS DEPENDING ON THE PAY OUT ?
    Polycarbonate has a glass transition temperature of about 147 °C (297 °F),[6] so it softens gradually above this point and flows above about 155 °C (311 °F).[7] Tools must be held at high temperatures, generally above 80 °C (176 °F) to make strain-free and stress-free products. Low molecular mass grades are easier to mold than higher grades, but their strength is lower as a result. The toughest grades have the highest molecular mass, but are much more difficult to process.

  • Will Drider January 23, 2017, 1:33 am

    Vids at dstopeka.com are well worth your time, great products!

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