Protecting Guns and Gun Cabinets
Gun cabinets can be protected like china cabinets on the previous two pages. However, since the glass front to a gun cabinet could be broken, and guns stolen without sounding the alarm, two other methods for protecting guns are provided here.
Method 1: Bugging a gun
Select a gun to be "bugged." Drill a 3/4" (1.9 cm) diameter hole in the cabinet butt cutout. Mount roller switch in hole.
If desired, wire into 24-hour circuit to provide protection even when owner is home. All guns may be protected this way.
Instruct user to disarm system before removing gun.
Method 2: MagnaPull - For guns on open racks
Drill wiring hole through wall near end of gun rack (if rack is mounted on wall). Mount magnet housing on wall or other end of gun rack. Pull wire through trigger guards of all guns.
Insert Interlogix switch into magnet housing.
Test for proper operation.
MagnaPull 2105, 2115, 2105A, 2115A