Action movies often have that one scene where an entire armory is revealed in an unsuspecting home; that space was probably furnished with a similar gun-concealing furniture collection as that offered by New Jersey Concealment Furniture. Although the pieces look like something out of grannies' cottage-like home, each piece boasts secret compartments to hold a range of firearms.
The gun-concealing furniture company was founded by Dan Ingram. Extremely successful based on web traffic and social media numbers alone ( i.e. 140,000-plus Facebook likes and 30,000 website hits), the gun-concealing furniture includes coat racks, end tables, nightstands, coffee tables, wall shelves and even clocks. As for safety, each design locks mechanically with hidden electronic keypads, conventional keys, remote electronic key fobs or the old hidden-magnet trick.