Gun safes can be cavernous, which means they can also be very very dark in the back of the safe. However that doesn’t have to be! There are quite a few options on the market today to help out with this gun safe lighting.
Lighting is of course not the only accessory you should keep an eye out for, make sure to check out my other list of accessories.
These options can range from the “right way of doing it” or the “cheap way”.
Let’s take a look at your options!
The “right way” to do gun safe lighting
Many gun safe manufacturers as well as gun safe accessory manufacturers make some great options to light up the inside of your safe. These can range from light kits that go around the door, too small lights that just attach to the fabric.
Around the door lighting
The first, and probably more expensive option of lighting up your gun safe is by placing special lights around the inside of your door. The can attach in a couple different ways, but will really make your safe shine.
My favorite options on this is the Browning LED Safe Lighting Kit. It is the right price, and is backed by Browning themselves. You can learn more about them on Browning’s website here.
Other safe specific options
There are other options for lighting kits from OEM manufactures as well! My favorite is a great budget minded options from Snapsafe. For less than $30 you can light up your safe.
The smallest of the 3 options is their 6 led light kit which is colored red. The red color allows you to keep your night vision.
The “cheap way” of lighting up your safe
Now there are some DIY options for lighting up your gun safe. This really is up to your imagination and whatever you can find at your lates trip to home depot.
Some options that come to mind are those lights that light up when you tap them, a flashlight that you attach to the inside of your safe, or one of those automotive light strips from Autozone.