FIXING WEAPON STORAGE IN FRISCO
The Frisco Police Department in Texas needed to fix their storage system for rifles stored in bags – their old system just didn’t work for them.View PDF Version
The Frisco Police Department contacted us looking for weapon storage available through a GSA contract. They wanted to replace their existing racks. Our storage specialist listened to their requirements, measured their space and proposed 6 Stackable Weapon Racks (SWRs) and 2 Weapon Lockers.
THE STORAGE REQUIREMENTS
The police department needed to store 80 rifles stored in bags that were 11-inches deep x 39-inches high by 2.75-inches wide. We often come across hard cases or loose rifles – storing weapons in soft cases was uncommon for our team. Our storage specialist developed a solution that worked perfectly for their cases.
The other major requirement was their allocated space. The entire solution had to fit on a wall that is just under 12-feet wide.
“We finished installing the cabinets today. They turned out great and are of very good quality. The floor is extremely unlevel (as you will see in the pictures) and the high-quality leveling feet saved the day!“
- Lieutenant John I.
DASCO'S STORAGE SOLUTION
Our storage specialist worked closely with The Frisco Police Department to create the best solution for their needs. We proposed 6 SWRs and 2 Weapon Lockers. Stacking the SWRs and Weapon Lockers produced 2 levels of weapon storage with a total width of 11.6 feet – meaning it fit perfectly.
We developed dividers to hold the rifle cases up and keep them organized in the racks. With the combination of racks, dividers and shelves, we were able to offer them just enough storage space in the perfect footprint.
The Frisco Police Department installed the solution themselves. They found the installation process easy and the result really shows. Frisco PD created a beautiful new weapon storage system. We should note that their floors were not level. You can install our racks even with unlevel floors thanks to our built-in leveling feet – we know the Frisco PD loves them.
Thank you, Frisco Police Department, for sharing your story with us.