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Old 01-15-2013, 07:18 PM   #1
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Looking into getting a new safe, anyone have any reviews on cannon gun safes?

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Old 01-21-2013, 01:15 AM   #2
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I own one, 32 gun I believe.

It is nice and does the job. No stories of thwarted attempts...but that is good.
No problems with lock or mechanism and the hinges are smooth.
I bought the hanging door pistol storage accessory and it helped find a place for more of the collection.

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Thanks for the info, I think im going to get one, I did a little further research and I think its a good way to go for the price

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I've got the 24gun safe, and the only thing I don't like about it is there are no locking bolts on the hinge side of the door. I've never had any break in attempts either,so it would be more for my peace of mind.

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I just bought a safe. I decided on a Winchester 28 gun safe from tractor supply (699.00). I looked at the Canyon. Reason for not liking it was the door. It obstructed over 4" of entry from the right side, due to being an internal hinge assembly. I'm sure if I got a larger safe it wouldn't have been an issue.
But lifetime warranty and 4 sided locking mechanism on the Winchester was a selling point for me.

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I just bought a safe. I decided on a Winchester 28 gun safe from tractor supply (699.00). I looked at the Canyon. Reason for not liking it was the door. It obstructed over 4" of entry from the right side, due to being an internal hinge assembly. I'm sure if I got a larger safe it wouldn't have been an issue.
But lifetime warranty and 4 sided locking mechanism on the Winchester was a selling point for me.
Purchased mine from TS as well. Believe it was $550 4 years ago.

If money were no option I would get a Pendleton revolving safe!
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Money is always the issue my friend,Haha.those are amazing though, I wouldn't mind having one myself

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Hey OP let me know if you decide on the cannon. I've been waiting for the 24 gun model to come back in stock at my local TS. Not 100% thou..

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Hey OP let me know if you decide on the cannon. I've been waiting for the 24 gun model to come back in stock at my local TS. Not 100% thou..
Will do, I think i am going to go with the cannon. Ill let you know what I think when I get it.
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We have 2 cannons from tsc one with electronic lock one mechanical very satisfied with them.

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