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Hi all!

 

I've had a busy year this year. I bought my first house in May. Moving from a flat to a house my natural thought was 'more storage for airsoft stuff!'. As it was the spare bedroom was my dumping ground for my crap. The back garden was a mess so Ive cleaned it up, threw a decking down and I'm in the process of creating a man cave!

 

From this;

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To this!;

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I've sorted the inside out by sectioning off an area for garden tools and the rest for airsoft stuff!

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I've only just started with the inside of the cupboard. I'm wondering if anyone else has a similar set up, and if so what does it look like?

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Nice. If you can get power to the shed it might be worth running a small space heater to keep it all dry. Damp will make all your kit smell like...well like a garden shed.

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Nice. If you can get power to the shed it might be worth running a small space heater to keep it all dry. Damp will make all your kit smell like...well like a garden shed.

Sorted that. It's insulated and tanked the inside with a plastic wrap so any leaks wouldn't get anything wet. When the heater is on it stays warm for ages :)

 

 

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Good skills that man! Now all you need is a beer fridge! :)

 

Thanks man! Took me ages. Not sure if you noticed but the walls are all old pallets. Took me ages stripping them apart. I'm getting a kitchen counter top at the end of the month to make a desk between the two cupboards so I can strip my gun and leave it knowing bits won't wander off :)

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Overall it's only really cost me about £250, Excluding the cost of the decking.

 

My dad got me the shed for xmas which was about £600, I put £100 towards that.

£80 for insulation

Plastic membrane was free from work

Pallets were free from work

£45 for 1"x1" planks

£20 for sockets

Wiring, comsumer unit, MCBs, light switch all came from work.

 

 

I should have a nice little workshop out there once it's finished. Can't wait, I've put actual airsofting on hold for the last 3 months whilst this project is going on. Thanks for the kind words!

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My stuff is all in the garage in a shed thing I built

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The stuff that doesn't fit is in gun boxes and a gorilla box in front

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It's a bit of a mess at the moment, and I could do with some more space to keep stuff in but it's something I'll get round to later in the year.

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How are you thinking storage wise for all your airsoft gun, Wall mounted or shelving it out?

I was thinking of mounting them on the door with a little lip shelf on the bottom of the door and a bit of bungee cord at the top. Good idea?

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What law have i broken?

 

None. It would just take a lot of explaining if they decided to raid you. It's a "for instance".

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None. It would just take a lot of explaining if they decided to raid you. It's a "for instance".

 

Not really. It's just a cupboard full of toys which I have a site membership card to prove I play with. I don't shoot them in the garden (mainly because I hate BBs being everywhere) so no reason for neighbours to complain.

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Not really. It's just a cupboard full of toys which I have a site membership card to prove I play with. I don't shoot them in the garden (mainly because I hate BBs being everywhere) so no reason for neighbours to complain.

You could use bio bb's?

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