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GSA Contract Awarded Weapon Racks

MTM Business Systems, DBA Vital Valt has been awarded a Federal Supply Schedule Contract, Option Extension through September 09, 2025. GS-07F-0661W.

This means that all Federal customers are able to continue purchasing Combat Weapon Storage products from our GSA Schedule. State and local law enforcement agencies are also eligible for Federal Supply Schedule pricing.

As a woman owned small business set-aside GSA Schedule Contractor, Combat Weapon Storage is listed in GSA eLibrary, the online source for the latest contract award information.

GSA Contract Awarded Weapon Racks

Available in multiple heights, widths & depths, Combat Weapon Racks have a solution for your space and weapon density list.

By placing weapon racks on top of mobile carriages, we eliminate fixed aisles between static weapon racks which allows for higher storage capacity.

Combat Armory Workbenches allow armorers to work on weapons in the arms room or anywhere the  Workbench is installed.

Weapon Tracking Software provides total control over inventory with chain of custody control, bar code & RFID tracking, search, audit, inventory & the ability to print forms on demand.

Integrating Shelving Storage Systems into your space will increase weapon storage density and provide maximum storage capacity.

Weapon Cages will separate secure materials/areas from non-secure materials/areas of your space.

Armory Design Services from Combat Weapon Storage Systems helps layout your arms rooms with our storage systems drawn out to show what the space will look like when installed.

Our Site Visits include a detailed MTOE (weapon density list) and a reviewing the layout of your armory allows us to know not just how many weapon racks or sections of weapon shelving are required to store everything, they also let us know the size limitations.

Weapon Rack Installation is the last step of setting up your arms room. A good installation ensures that your weapon racks will not have performance issues from being out of level, being written up for not meeting physical security requirements by not anchoring the weapon racks and making sure the arms room is cleared of packaging materials.

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