Free Woodworking Plans - Gun Cabinets

  •  Glue Gun Holder
    If you do any type of work involving a glue gun, this is the project you need to build.
  •  Glue Gun Holder
    With just some scrap wood, dowels and a small piece of tile, you can make this very handy hot glue gun stand.
  •  Glue Gun Holder
    Here is how I made a glue gun support. Follow along...
  •  BB Gun Target
    Build a frame with a plywood back and a piece of material that will hold onto a BB, preventing it from rebounding back out.
  •  Gun Rack
    Build a gun rack which will hold up to 3 guns at t time. Here are the detailed step-by-step instructions.
  •  Toy Guns
    Here are all the step-by-step instructions to build a toy gun for children. At the very bottom of each page click on -next post- to continue building a toy gun.
  •  Shogun Stool PDF
    The Shogun stool is also known as a Japanese stool. It can be made from various types of contrasting woods, one type of wood, or painted. This link provides a downloadable plan.
  •  Glue Gun Stand
    Dripping glue is often unavoidable when working with a hot-glue gun. Here is an easy way to make a stand that will catch any dripping glue.
  •  Gun Rack
    Build a wall mounted gun rack with this free step-by-step tutorial.
  •  Howitzer gun and limber (PDF)
    In this page I share with you a large collection of free scroll saw fretwork patterns. I have carefully scanned them and transformed them into pdf files. These patterns were published long ago in Hobbies fretwork magazine. They are offered here with permission of the present Copyright holders, Hobbies Limited. Project #85.
  • More Free Woodworking Projects - Gun Cabinets

  •  Gun Cabinet
    This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a gun cabinet which can accommodate 12 guns. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online. We do not provide support for this software. Most drawings do not have instructions, its assumed you can build it based on the completed drawing provided.
  •  Toy, Rubberband Gun - with targets
    Here is a fun little project you can do with your kids. My dad helped me make one of these when I was a kid and I think it was to keep me from using my BB gun on everything.
  •  Gun Rack
    Follow these instructions and illustrations to build this wall mounted gun rack.
  •  Rack, Gun
    Build this gun rack with just a few tools using scraps laying around your shop!
  •  Rack, Gun Rifle - Field (PDF)
    Visit Bills Woodshop to obtain a free version of his rifle/gun rack woodworking plan.
  •  Rack, Gun
    This beautiful hand crafted wooden gun rack is the perfect way to display your favorite rifles. It is made of walnut, and is designed to hang on the wall and will add that special touch to your den or trophy room. The two drawers provide storage for shells and cleaning supplies. The shelf will accommodate additional accessories. Keep your guns neatly organized by building your own wooden gun rack with the easy to follow instructions below.
  •  Gun Rack
    This project includes instructions for making a nine (9) gun rack. You can change the size accordingly if you want the rack to hold more or less firearms. This is the gun rack he made from edge glued and screwed pine.
  •  Gun Cabinet
    This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for a gun cabinet that holds up to 12 guns. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online. We do not provide support for this software. Not all drawings have the measurements displayed but you can use the measurement tool in SketchUp to easily and accurately determine the dimensions of each lumber part. Most drawings do not have instructions, its assumed you can build it based on the completed drawing provided.
  •  Cabinet, Gun
    This gun cabinet was fun to make, though a little more difficult. I tried to get someone to etch the glass with a deer or something but they all wanted too much. The cabinet stands 71 inches tall and holds eight rifles above, hand guns below, and ammo in the drawer.
  •  Cabinet, Gun Case and Trophy
    A lockable display case can be used to store and display guns, trophies or treasured heirlooms. The case shown is made of walnut, one of the most beautiful woods, and a classic for this type of project. The walnut was grown on the authorís farm, harvested and air dried for about five years. The bottom doors are beautifully figured crotch walnut. Oak, pecan or cherry could also be used.
  • Gun Cabinets Woodworking Plans for sale

  •  BIG Shotgun Woodworking Plan
    Similar to our Big Game Gun double barrel shotgun, but this is a single barrel shotgun. The 5 foot long barrel is made from 1-1/2 inch (inside diameter) PVC plastic pipe, making it much lighter in weight, yet the same giant 6-1/2 foot length! Everyone will get a big chuckle when they see it, and will want to take it off the rack and hold it! Of course it does not really shoot anything, its just a fun-to-build model. Easy to make from three layers of 3/4 inch lumber. This plan also includes patterns for the wall rack with the giant deer hooves. All patterns are drawn FULL SIZE!
  •  Ping Pong Guns Woodcraft Blueprints
    The kids will be pinging these off of all sorts of places, luckily with little damage. Both gun designs included.
  •  Machine Gun Toy Vintage Woodworking Plan
    The plan says: This machine gun is No. 1 on the list of every real boy. Can be made from dowels and short scraps of lumber.
  •  Checkering and Carving of Gunstocks Book
    In the popular and specialized field of making gunstocks look better, feel better, and grip better, this look at how it is done covers virtually every basic pattern, tool and method. This is a book th...
  •  Custom Gunstock Carving Book
    Back by popular demand ten years after the publication of the original hardcover, this paperback edition of Custom Gunstock Carving gives in-depth instruction on the cutting and carving techniques tha...
  •  Rubber Band Gun AK 47 Woodworking Plan
    This has to be the coolest looking rubber band gun ever! It shoots 10 rubber bands, one after the other, just as fast as you can pull the trigger! Rubber bands shoot about 35 feet. Finished project measures 39 inches long.
  •  Gunfighter Shadow Woodworking Pattern
    Draw!!! Have some fun making and displaying this gunfighting cowboy in your yard or on the side of a building. Our Cowboy is easy to make from plywood with a hand-held jigsaw, transfer paper, and blac...
  •  Gunstock Carving Book
    The specialized art of carving gunstocks is very popular with both hunters and crafters. Many hunters commission artists to carve an image replicating a successful hunt on their gun or rifle which is ...
  •  Gunstock Carving Book
    With 250 clear color photos and concise text, Jose Valencia takes readers through all the steps necessary to create unique carvings on rifle or shotgun stocks. Learn to create and apply patterns, remo...
  •  Gunfighters Woodworking Plan
    Accent with real red bandanas (not included). Largest is 72 inches high x 52 inches wide.
  •  Tommy Gun Woodworking Plan
    This gun is named after John T. Thompson who invented it in 1919 after he retired from the army. This automatic weapon was used by gangsters in the 1930s as well as by the military and by law enforcement officials. It had many nicknames including Chicago Typewriter and Trench Cleaner. This one can be displayed on a wall plaque or you can place it next to the other guns in your gun cabinet. All patterns drawn FULL SIZE.
  •  Rapid Fire Rubber Band Gun Woodworking Plan
    Launch rubber bands rapid-fire style with this gun patterned after the well-known, hand-crank Gatling gun used in the Civil War in the 1860s. The Gatling gun, designed by the American inventor, Dr. Richard J. Gatling, was the forerunner for the modern machine gun. 50 industrial grade red rubber bands line the barrel of our gun design and when fired, can reach a distance of 25 feet! Gun swivels on a tripod base for easy aiming capabilities. Patterns drawn FULL SIZE.
  •  Rod and Gun Cabinet Vintage Woodworking Plan
    This is a vintage woodworking plan. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying. With this cabinet you can store your guns, fishing rods and ammunition in this easy to build cabinet. Locked drawers and doors provide a safe, yet decorative way to keep your sporting equipment secure and in one place. No special materials or tools required to build this cabinet.
  •  Gun or Curio Cabinet Vintage Woodworking Plan
    This gun/curio cabinet is designed for the needs of the intermediate skilled woodworker. The techniques used are straight forward and accompanied by exploded view diagrams. Study the plan careful and disregard the details that do not apply to the cabinet you are building. Details that are not specific to a particular cabinet, then its meant for either cabinet. The cabinet is primarily built with 3/4 inch thick plywood and the edges are trimmed with quarter round molding. The parts that are not plywood are the face frames and glass door frames. Materials supplied for each cabinet. This is a vintage woodworking plan. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying.
  •  Gun Cabinet Vintage Woodworking Plan
    This gun cabinet could also be used for a bookcase and is easy to customize with your choice of wood, hardware, molding and glass or wire mesh for the doors. This is a vintage woodworking plan. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying.
  •  Gun Cabinet Vintage Woodworking Plan
    This gun cabinet holds up to six rifles. It can also be used as a curio cabinet. This is a vintage woodworking plan. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying.
  •  Gun Cabinet Clock Woodworking Plan
    Store up to five rifles in this floor clock with locking door. Project is designed to tuck into the corner of the room. Plans drawn FULL SIZE.
  •  Big Game Gun Woodworking Plan
    There is something about this giant shotgun that people can not resist! Not only will your friends get a big chuckle when they see it, but they will want to take it off the rack and hold it too! At a ...
  •  Rubber Band Machine Gun Woodworking Plan
    The Rubber Band Machine Gun is a fun toy for both young and old alike. This toy gun can hold up to 20 rubber bands.
  •  Convertible Display and Gun Cabinet Downloadable Woodworking Plan PDF
    It is your call which version of this handsome cabinet to build: One showcases collectibles such as glassware, the other displays your hunting rifles and shotguns. Trigger and cable locks have been removed for photography. Always store your firearms in a way that is safe for your circumstances. Display up to six rifles or shotguns, or build the version with glass shelves and a mirror back to display collections. Two pull-out trays under the display compartment provide hidden storage. Outfit your cabinet with low-voltage lights and a three-position dimmer. For the self-closing hinges, knob, cam lock, full-extension drawer slides, and low-voltage lighting kit, we provide a buyers guide.
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