New Jersey Concealment Company specializes in furniture with hidden storage spaces for pistols and rifles. All of their products are hand-crafted and made completely in America. The man responsible, New Jersey native Dan Ingram, is a professional carpenter with over 20 years in the business. In addition to what’s listed on the website, he can make custom furniture to order.
Through New Jersey Concealment Company, Dan sells a variety of pieces. Each one is tailored to fit a different concealment need, with furniture ranging from clocks and coat racks all the way to corner hutches and full-sized night stands that can hold an armory. The company also sells a magnetic holster for pistols with a steel frame. It can be attached to walls and other surfaces in order to provide ultra-quick access to a weapon.
Ingram’s New Jersey Concealment Company is one of the latest and most innovative entries to the growing home concealment trend. TeamAR has covered the subject more than once in the past, with articles that cover the ins and outs of home concealment.
The business does put a professional touch on what has, for a long time, been a DIY project for shooters. The furniture is built of solid hardwood and comes in cherry, walnut, oak, and more. One of the more interesting pieces, a 4-peg wall-mounted coat rack, has plenty of room above the hangars for even a large-frame pistol. They also feature a modern-style “floating” shelf that can be made long enough to stow an AR-15.
Smaller items, like the second amendment wall clock, can hide a handgun surprisingly well. The face of the clock is hinged, opening to provide an 11″ by 15.25″ area 4.5″ deep. That’s plenty of room for one weapon and a few spare clips.
New Jersey Concealment’s custom furniture page shows off Ingram’s workmanship and skill with wood. He shares a Brazillian wood coffee table inlaid with maple concealing a shelf large enough for two rifles and a pistol. The business also offers wireless remote locks on some of their products, which keep your weapons secure unless you press a button within 15′ of your hiding spot.
While the focus of home weapon concealment is likely to stay with DIY projects for most people, Dan Ingram and others are able to provide a high-quality product for enthusiasts who want a large storage capacity and professional feel. Although you can expect to pay for quality, his prices aren’t unapproachable. Anyone who wants a secure concealed hiding spot for a weapon should look up New Jersey Concealment Company and see what they have to offer.