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    All guns in a safe.
    All gear is in a dedicated room that I scored after my oldest moved out. Some goes in drawers. Much of it goes on hangers. Sleeping bags are hung up. Sleeping pads are all stored inflated standing up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horsenhike View Post
    At the moment scattered all over my house, from garage to basement.

    Firearms excepted. They are always secured.

    x-2. guns in safe cloths anywere from camper to garage, truck to closet.

    I don't worry about the whole scent fee nonsense and camo like some do. have been within 5 yards of elk wearing wranglers and no scent eliminators .

    have nothing really against either but see them as unneccesary.

    much more important to just keep still and not draw attention to yourself. and to be frank , there is nothing on this earth that can contain my scent. specially after a dinner of porknbeans
    AS GOES THE CHURCH, SO GOES THE NATION

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    My guns are in my safes with my optics and some ammo. My hunting clothes are in my closet. My pack and other gear is inthe garage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daubs View Post
    Majority of my hunting clothing and gear is packed away in large plastic storage bins in the basement. Located in the utility room with my furnace/AC/HVAC, fridge, and all my home network hardeware/switches/cable modem. Some items that I wear throughout the year are in my bedroom closet on third floor (i.e., base layers, long underwear, poly shirts, boots, socks, etc.)

    This has been my method since moving in to this house in 2005. All seems to be going well. I've seen no ill effects of this method so far.

    Locked gun cabinet is in basement storage room on the other side of the house. No issues so far.

    Where do you store your gear? Any recommendations / or words of caution?
    Pretty much the same other then I don?t have a basement. It?s all in the garage.
    I go to the Mountains to loose my mind and find my soul.

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    All my dedicated hunting clothing is stored in plastic totes in the upstairs of the garage. As long as it's all protected from moisture and mice they will outlast me. As for the base layers, I use them throughout the year for other activities, so they are just washed after use and hung up or put on shelves in the closet. Beware of basements, unless you have no other choice as they tend to get damp, and even flooded at times.

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    Guns-safe
    Ammo in basement in reloading room
    Clothing in sealed bins
    Wool base layers - cedar closet

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    I have a small, dedicated room in our basement for most of my fishing and hunting gear. It's a mess, but I will try to post a pic later. I also keep 3 guns within easy reach upstairs. Ice fishing clothes and equipment gets stored in our heated garage, so snow and ice can melt off. It's tough to keep things organized with myself and my 2 boys when we all have duplicate gear.
    Live to hunt, hunt to live.

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    Yellow top tubs. Labeled and I always store my gear washed clean.

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