a Coke Machine gun safe (photos via Armslist)
By “soda machine gun safes,” I mean: soda-machine gun-safes. Not: soda machine-gun safes. (Although, given the number of soda machines that have been converted to gun lockers, it’s always possible that there might be a few soda-machine machine-gun safes out there.)
i have for sale, a custom gun safe. i made it myself and spent lots of time making it right. i have the key to it and have been using it for a while. racks inside were pulled out and shelf was installed. also comes equipped with internal electric dehumidifier, light bar, and power strip for adding electronics inside. holds 10 rifles and anything else that you would like to put in it. i keep guns, ammo, parts, important paperwork inside. light on front is working, peg board wall inside, felt padding on every place your rifle may touch, and the best part is that nobody has to know that anything is inside. outside in good condition but its not a museum piece. i am interested in selling or trading it. shoot me an offer and we may be able to work out some kind of deal.
Our last post was about Coca-Cola and guns, but to be fair, it should be mentioned that the majority of “soda machine gun safes” that you find online are made from decommissioned Pepsi machines.
a Pepsi machine gun safe offered for sale in 2014 on Armslist for $750
Up for your consideration is a very nice Custom Pepsi Pop Machine Gun Safe. Rest assured your guns and ammo sit in your man cave fully secured and hiding in plain sight.
Everyone loves things that looks like other things, but it’s the concealment of weaponry that seems to be the major selling point of the soda machine gun safe.
If guns in a “Trojan horse” soda machine strike you as bad for a beverage brand, rest assured that Coke & Pepsi are not the only brands out there with this problem. What other brands of soda machine have we found that contain guns instead of soda pop?
After the fold, we have a round up of all five.
For reasons that I cannot explain, Pepsi seems to be the #1 brand for ballistics storage.
This Pepsi machine gun safe is by Texas Restore All, a company that features a whole room full of soda machine gun safes on their website.
Another Pepsi machine converted to a gun safe by rdub702
Another Pepsi Machine gun safe (below) by Frankie Torres “Holds about 13 guns…”
a Coke Machine gun safe offered for sale in 2013 on Armslist for $400
3. Mountain Dew:
A number of vending machine companies have noticed this secondary market for used vending machines. The Mountain Dew machine gun safe above is from Arizona-based High Desert Vending. (Some of the guns in this photo are toy guns.)
New Mexico-based Maximum Vending’s “Gun Safes” page also includes the same photo. I’m guessing they swiped it.
4. Seven Up:
a 7-Up machine gun safe offered for sale or trade in 2014 on Armslist for $1,200
5. Dr. Pepper:
a Dr. Pepper machine gun safe offered for sale in 2013 on Armslist for $600