CouchBunker: Bulletproof Couch with Gun Safe

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

You never know when chaos will break loose. Whether it be a home invasion, or full-fledged zombie takover, it’s always better to be prepared, and that’s exactly what the CouchBunker was created for.

Made from the same team that brought you the BedBunker, this tactical piece of furniture deploys the concept of a standard household piece that doubles as gun safe. You can customize the couch with a variety of fabrics and styles. Removing the cushions reveals a 30 rifle gun safe that will keep all of your guns within arm’s reach at all times. The best part is the option to make the couch seat cushions bullet proof, allowing you to use the cushions as portable, personal shields. This is the couch you need for the zombie apocalypse. It is a bit pricey, starting at just over $5,000, but what would you expect from a setup like this. See the bullet proof cushions take a beating from different handguns below. [Purchase]

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