Combat Weapon Racks perforated reverse bi-fold steel security doors allows a visual inventory of weapon systems with the doors closed and optimal retrieval of weapons with doors able to fold in half flush to the rack. Handle inserts in the door provide an ease of use for opening and closing doors.

Combat Weapon Racks are available as free-standing static weapon racks or installed on top of mobile carriage systems for high density weapon storage requirements.

Available in multiple heights, widths and depths, Combat Weapon Racks have a solution for your space and weapon density list using universal weapon holders for all weapons with a barrel and buttstock and heavy weapon bases for all heavy weapons requiring additional support and wider barrel saddles to properly support their barrels.

50 National Stock Numbers of Combat Weapon Racks are available, providing multiple solutions for your arms room. Purchase is available through DOD Supply Channels including GCSS-Army & FED LOG.

How many weapon racks do I need? How to build an armory with Combat Weapon Racks.

  • 9-Point Locking System with 8 internal lock rods
  • Reverse Bi-Fold Doors (doors do not obstruct aisles)
  • Welded Cabinet Construction
  • Fully Slotted Reinforced Back Panel
  • Leveling Feet in 4 corners of rack base
  • Anchor holes for attaching to facility
  • Pre-punched to bolt side to side and back to back
  • Multiple Heights, Widths & Depths available
  • 8 standard color options

Small Arms Rack National Stock Numbers

National Stock Numbers for small arms storage racks exist to allow the warfighter to procure TACOM approved weapon racks without having to worry about failing a physical security inspection.

What National Stock Numbers do not do, is explain whether the weapon racks are the right fit for your arms room. Combat Weapon Storage offers site visits to review your arms room and specify the correct NSN Weapon Racks to store your MTOE list (weapon density list) and make sure your arms room is in compliance with building code requirements.

85″ H weapon racks are not always the correct solution for your space even if they get the highest weapon density. Staying 18″ clear of fire sprinklers may require a shorter weapon rack height, like our 76″ H Combat Weapon Racks.

Combat Weapon Holders

Universal weapon holders adjust to support the front and back of your weapon’s buttstocks, preventing the weapon from being rotated when stored and providing proper storage angles with insteps.

Combat Barrel Saddles

Combat Barrel Saddles are adjustable on 1″ vertical increments and store all rifles. Built in retainer cords on barrel saddles available as an option prevent weapons from moving while being stored.

Reverse Bi-Fold v Bi-Fold Doors

Reverse bi-fold doors fold in half on the front of your weapon cabinet, allowing access to half of your cabinet’s inventory and then flex out from the corner of the weapon cabinet when required to reveal the entire weapon cabinet’s inventory.

The advantage of the reverse bi-fold door is simple, it does not require the doors to be open into your working aisle space and doesn’t require the doors to be closed to clear an aisle way.

Bi-fold doors on 36″ W weapon racks obstruct aisles 9.5″ from the front of the weapon cabinet. In a 36″ W aisle, the minimum size legal working aisle, this reduces your walkway to 26.5″ clear. If there is an adjacent weapon rack also with its bi-fold door open, it further obstructs the aisle 9.5″, reducing to only 17″ W.

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