What type of safe do you find to be the SAFEST. It doesn't have to be the one you own, maybe one you wish to own.
whompuss said:Stack On & Sentry have good reputation as an entry level safe ($800-$1200).
My Dream safe woulb be a Browning top grade, $2000+++ :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
Wow thats a nice one there Mr. Gunrnr. How many can you store in it? (rifles/pistols) Id take a picture of my safe and upload it, but its so ugly it might give my computer a virus :lol: no where near the caliber of that National.gunrnr said:I'm kind of partial to my National. It meets/exceeds the specs listed for the Browning. It also lists for a litle more, but we ended up paying a bit less. Reminds me of the 60s song, "My Boyfriend's Back", ..."he's kinda big and he's AWFUL strong..."
gunrnr said:Thanks, guys. I don't move it -- probably never will. We don't plan to move, but if we did, I think I'd sell the safe with the house.
The guys who installed it were a hoot to watch. The taller fellow was maybe about 5'8", the other guy was maybe 5'4". Both of them were built like fireplugs. Complete pros -- they threaded it through a door at an angle -- it had about 1.5" clearance on the sides. Of course that was with the "wheel" disassembled. I'm told it weighs around 3,800 lbs. The door alone is over 800 but moves with one finger. It's also bolted 6" into the concrete, beneath. The bolts that hold the door closed are each a little over an inch in diameter and there are ten of them.
It's made for 21 long guns and however many handguns that can be arranged. It's been perfect for our personal firearms plus those we handle in our little gun business.
gunrnr said:So size isn't important? Good, I've been using that line for years.
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And I'll take my 10 over your 3 lugs any day of the week. They fit really nicely behind the 9/16" plates.