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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

With Alabama's open carry law, many businesses do not allow firearms on the property.

A new service in Huntsville offers workers for one of the area's largest employers a place to store their firearms while they're at work.

Security Vault, located on Drake Avenue and just eight miles from Redstone Arsenal, offers gun owners a place to drop off their gun before work and pick it up on the way home. 

According to their commercial, Security Vault offers their services for as low as 51 cents a day and car poolers can store guns in the same safe at no extra cost.

The gun daycare calls itself the Fort Knox of Huntsville and offers their services throughout the work day.

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