Introducing the most secure way to store and ship weapons in a TriCon:
Spacesaver’s Universal Expeditionary™ Weapons Storage System (UEWSS).
UEWSS consolidates weapons in standard-size TriCON containers during deployment, ensuring that all branches of the military can transport weapons securely while also saving time and conserving space.
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Mobilize your weapons for deployment, download our info sheet on our Universal Expeditionary Weapons Storage Systems (UEWSS).
Spacesaver collaborated with the Marine Corps to create the ground-breaking Universal™ Weapons Rack (UWR). The first of its kind, the UWR is the long-time industry leader and the best choice for secure weapons storage in garrison.
Units on the move have a new option for secure weapons deployment — the revolutionary Universal Expeditionary™ Weapons Storage System (UEWSS). Our engineers worked with the Navy to create the first custom integrated Type 1 TriCON container that is capable of storing, shipping, and supporting modern small arms and crew-served weapons with associated repair parts and collateral gear.
Carrying UWRs by hand is time-consuming and can lead to fatigue. The UEWSS is equipped with forklift access, which allows personnel to expend their energy on other projects.
Weapons racks can take up valuable space on transport vehicles. One TriCON can hold the contents of multiple weapons racks, and their standard size allows them to be stored and stacked on flatbeds.
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Heavy-duty steel construction ensures that the container’s contents are well-protected. Inside the container, heavy-duty straps and purpose-made housing establish a secure, bounce-free fit. Weapons can be stored with optics mounted so they’re ready for action immediately upon arrival.
The UEWSS is highly configurable, featuring interchangeable “plug and play” components. Each 15”x34” single-tier section can hold, for instance, from three MK19s to 30 M9s.
The system provides secure, quick, and easy access to weapons and accessories.
While weapons racks and cabinetry line the container’s outer perimeter, the empty space in the middle can accommodate larger gear during transport. Certified tie-downs provide secure contact points, and cabinets and boxes can be mounted on the swing doors to provide storage for ammunition, tools, additional weapons, and other gear.