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This thread has been started for everyone to post the type of security you use to protect your valuable firearm collection...whether it's one gun or one hundred, your means of keeping them safe from theft and fire...and children!
My 2 American Security Gun Safes are what keeps my vast collection of firearms safe and secure.
BF6030.........59.25" x 30" x 26"......976
•2" total wall thickness on all sides featuring our poured DryLight insulation and two layers of steel for exceptional fire and security protection.
•U.L. Residential Security Container (RSC) Burglary Classification.
•11 massive 1½" chrome-plated bolts. Bolt detent system holds bolts in open position.
•Mercury Class III fire protection of 1275°F for 90 minutes.
•Commercial grade, adjustable ball bearing hinges.
•2 Stage Dual fire seals with silicone seal on door jamb and expandable Palusol™ seal on door.
•U.L. Listed Group II Lock with massive hard plate and two relocking devices.
•Spy-proof, key-locking dial with decorative five-spoke handle and a convenient pull handle in brass, chrome or black nickel.
•Unique mirrored back wall for added interior visibility.
•Bold zinc die-cast polished logos in brass, chrome or black nickel.
•Premium Door Organizer (PDO) maximizes storage space and offers quick access to commonly used items.
•4 pre-cut anchor holes and 1 pre-cut electrical access hole.
•E-Z Slant-Out Interior for easy access to your long guns. Interior features rich pin-dot fabric and adjustable interior shelving.
Here's a portable safe that I use in my SUV...securing it to the frame of my Jeeps cargo space in the back, should I need to lock up my firearm while out...
Sentry® Digital Portable Safe
Quick access using keyless, electronic 4-digit programmable entry pad
Keyed back-up entry
Lockable cable anchor
Powder-coated steel construction
Uses 4 AA batteries
10 x 8 x 3 1/2"h., 3 1/2 lbs.
Cost: $30 Sportman's Guide: http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/cb.aspx?a=762780
Joined: Sun Sep 11, 2011 2:00 am
I really wanted (and still wouldn't mind also having) a TL or TLRL rated safe. Looking in my local area for quite some time I've still not found one to buy, but went ahead and bought a Sturdy Safe a while back and am very happy with it. Short of a TL or TLRL rated safe, Sturdy builds an excellent safe at a relatively inexpensive price. The owner, Terry is very easy to get on the phone to talk to and will answer any questions. He has put together a bunch of short videos and posted them to youtube for all to see. This one is my favorite. Understand how safes are attacked, what matters and what doesn't and you'll be calling Sturdy too. Do remember "security" comes in "layers" and your safe is only one of those layers.
Roger that ch139...concentric layers, starting on the perimeter and workin' in...!!
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