(Closed) Really a gun safe?

posted 5 years ago in Gifts and Registries
Post # 3
2685 posts
Sugar bee

I cracked up because this sounds exactly like something my FI’s family would do.  My family used to store cat food in a gun safe.  Our cat was really good at knocking over boxes/bags of food and eating it while we weren’t looking.  So, they just bought a gun safe and poured cat food into it.  Problem solved.

Other than that, I got nothing…especially if you already have better safes to store your documents and jewelry.

Post # 4
1010 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

@gemchick82:  Do you do any craft stuff like knitting, or painting? You might consider using the box to store craft supplies in, or add some foam in it and put delicate breakable stuff in it. How big is it? Do you have a picture of it next to something else for reference?

Post # 6
290 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

That’s kind of an odd gift, esp with it not being fire or waterproof. 

The electronic thing is a good idea.  Maybe if you keep cash around the house? 

Does your aunt come over often? Is she the type to notice or ask about it?

You could always google the item and find out who sells it.  Some retailers will give you in store credit for items without a receipt for the amount it is currently selling for. 

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