Secret Stash Bolt Safe

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Gear

Crooks are smarter these days. Not Jeopardy!-smart, but surely smart enough to check the old standby places for spare keys, cash, or blueprints for the next Death Star. But are they smart enough, or more accurately, patient enough to look inside every bolt on your property? Hell no.

The Spy Bolt is an updated and improved version of the old Soviet KGB “dead drop” hollow bolt that lets you smuggle or conceal whatever can fit in the little bit of hollowed-out space. The O-ring seal means your stuff stays safe from the elements, while this new version uses a 3/4″ diameter bolt to provide a larger storage area than the original. Reverse threading on the bolt head also provides additional security. Choose from two sizes, with one offering 2.8 cubic inches of space, and the bigger size giving you 4.4 to work with. [Purchase]

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