Mossy Oak Partners with Metal Art of Wisconsin

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posted on October 25, 2019
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Looking for a stylish way to hide and secure your firearms, while showcasing your hunting pride? Check out the new Freedom Cabinets from Metal Art of Wisconsin, in several Mossy Oak camouflage and Mossy Oak Fishing patterns. The Freedom Cabinet is a wall vault that features biometric fingerprint scanning technology, and is inlaid with 16-gauge steel. Each one is handmade in Wisconsin and comes packed with high-density foam, to secure and contain whatever you want to store. Cabinets are available in wood or steel, and doors are available in wood, carbon fiber or hydro-dipped steel.



The camouflage patterns available on various American flag models are Mossy Oak Bottomland, Shadow Grass Blades and Break-Up Country. In addition, models are available in the Mossy Oak Fishing pattern, Elements Agua. For more information on these and other models, please visit metalartofwisconsin.comMSRP: $294.95-$734.95

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