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Old 02-13-2012, 09:54 PM   #1
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I was wondering what other people use to secure their guns and what you think is the best?

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Old 02-13-2012, 11:43 PM   #2
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In my opinion you cant go wrong with a Liberty safe...of course i sell them so I might be a little biased. Personally i like their fat boy model, not the prettiest but the best bang for the buck.

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I was wondering what other people use to secure their guns and what you think is the best?
I have been shopping a new fireproof gun safe for about 6 months now, hunting and doing the research. Started a thread on this very subject a month or so ago.

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f58/opinions-wanted-55781/

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In my opinion you cant go wrong with a Liberty safe...of course i sell them so I might be a little biased. Personally i like their fat boy model, not the prettiest but the best bang for the buck.
I have to disagree with this statement. As i stated above, i have been hunting hard for a safe and doing my research.

I settled on a Cannon. For the money the Cannon was the best bang for the buck. The Fat Boy Jr. was comparable price wise. (altho the only one i came across locally was at Gander and came in $200 more than what i paid for mine) BUT the Cannon has the power port, usb and ethernet connection (for dehumidifier and lights etc) already installed.

My newest big purchase....Cannon 48 gun, fire proof, water proof, gun safe.
http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f58/safe-57427/

Hope this helps you out shootitout.
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We just started carrying the cannon safes as well but i really havent had the time to learn them yet. Glad to hear you like yours so well

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I have a GunVault deluxe for my bedside handgun.

I have a fire-rated Liberty safe for my personal goods and my carry handguns, also in our bedroom.

Then another Liberty fire-rated gun safe elsewhere in the house for all of the rifles and ammo and such.

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In my opinion you cant go wrong with a Liberty safe...of course i sell them so I might be a little biased. Personally i like their fat boy model, not the prettiest but the best bang for the buck.
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Ive been looking at liberty. Do you deliver to kansas lol
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When my nephew comes up with a sweetener, i will probably trade him my gunsafe (liberty lz25 from GMtn) for his Ruger Redhawk .44mag + ?. A gun cabinet/locker would be adequate for my needs and easier when moving time comes around. I do like the door attachment that has a half dozen pistol holders and some other pockets for mags & such.

I would suggest you consider the idea of a gunsafe with a non-electronic lock.

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When my nephew comes up with a sweetener, i will probably trade him my gunsafe (liberty lz25 from GMtn) for his Ruger Redhawk .44mag + ?. A gun cabinet/locker would be adequate for my needs and easier when moving time comes around. I do like the door attachment that has a half dozen pistol holders and some other pockets for mags & such.

I would suggest you consider the idea of a gunsafe with a non-electronic lock.
Good call! thats one feature i dont much care for on my new one.

But that model isnt offered with a manual lock
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