“The WeaponWRX storage system was designed to meet demanding law enforcement weapons storage applications,” said Patterson Pope President Denny Hammack
Charlotte, N.C. (PRWEB) August 01, 2012
Industrial storage solutions provider Patterson Pope is now offering a new weapons storage product from Spacesaver® called the WeaponWR(TM) Storage System for law enforcement and military armories.
“The WeaponWRX storage system was designed to meet demanding law enforcement weapons storage applications,” said Patterson Pope President Denny Hammack. “The rugged, modular steel frames can be configured to fit a variety of storage spaces and outfitted with any combination of specialized accessories. Law enforcement armories can store their weapons and related accessories however they want, wherever they want.”
A Flexible Weapons Storage System
“WeaponWRX is a flexible weapons storage system that combines the best features of Spacesaver’s UWR® Universal Weapons Rack, FrameWRX® and Cantilever shelving product lines,” Hammack said.
The heart of the system is a 36” wide cantilever frame with a back panel that is borrowed from the UWR, and sloped cantilever shelves punched with the same pattern as the UWR universal base. Units are 36” wide, 84” tall and 13” deep, with custom sizes also available.
The WeaponWRX Storage System allows for multiple storage configurations for any type of small arms, including rifles, shotguns, handguns, tasers, M4s, M16s, AR-15s, MP5s, M249s, M240s and others. Weapons can be stored with optics and other accessories mounted to the weapon.
“We are excited about the launch of this new product”, added Hammack. “We feel it will make a big difference for armories and give them the flexibility they need.”
About Patterson Pope
Based in Charlotte, NC, Patterson Pope is a storage and records management company offering products including high-density shelving, military and law enforcement storage, mailroom furniture, modular casework, automated retrieval systems and specialty storage products.
The company was founded in 1972. In addition to its headquarters in Charlotte, Patterson Pope has offices in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, and Toledo, OH; Lexington and Louisville, KY; Knoxville and Nashville, TN; Roanoke, VA; Raleigh and Greensboro, NC; Charleston, and Greenville, SC; Jacksonville, Orlando, Tallahassee, Miami, Tampa, Fort Myers and Palm Beach County, FL.
For more information, visit http://www.pattersonpope.com.