Whether it's Grandpa's M-1 Carbine, the homemade AR-15 that you have lovingly named Lorretta, or a rolled piece of fine art, these Fireproof Rifle Bags are perfect for adding an extra layer of protection within your hidden compartment furniture or fireproof safes.
Made from the same materials found in our FAA Certified Explosion and Fire Containment Bags, our Fireproof Bags carbon liner has a temp rating of 3,000 degrees (F). The outer layer is designed to withstand full contact with molten metals…
IN A FIRE, TIME IS WHAT KILLS YOUR VALUABLES. Heavy insulation and high reflectivity is what sets our bags apart...
Do a little research and you’ll quickly discover how unprotected your valuables are even while stored within a fireproof safe, as illustrated in the photo of the melted pistol on our products page (the owner was quoted as saying "I guess my safe wasn't fireproof after all...")... If a fire gets hot enough that structure walls collapse, there is a very good chance that the contents of your safe have been destroyed (even if the fireproof safe itself is still intact).
Our fireproof bags are designed to reflect intense heat and insulate against it. They are made from highly advanced materials… Flame resistant velcro, kevlar thread, fireproof/ needle punch felt, fiberglass, and aluminized material...
Fireproof Safes Are No Guarantee!
Our Bags Exponentially Improve The Likelihood of Your Valuables Survival!
Inherently flame resistant, our aluminized and insulated bags delivers protection. The base fabric will not burn, melt, or ignite, and significantly outperforms competitive fabrics when subjected to extreme heat and molten metal splash. Even after intense exposure, the fabric maintains its strength and integrity and continues to protect.
Made To Order. Usually Ships within 3 weeks (made when ordered)...
For quantities of six or more, contact us for a quote.
While we believe our fireproof bags greatly improve the survivability of the items stored within, due to the volatile nature of structure fires (and fires in general) we cannot guarantee that anything stored within our fireproof bags will survive unharmed.