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Old 03-18-2014, 12:59 AM   #11
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Nice safe especially the price. And it looks more even better filling the safe with those gun accessories. I might look soon for a "yellow clearance" sign too.
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Nice safe especially the price. And it looks more even better filling the safe with those gun accessories. I might look soon for a "yellow clearance" sign too.
Thanks, I'm pretty happy with it. It should last me a while before it's all filled up. Should be picking up my next pistol in 2 weeks (need a little more cash). It's either going to be a CZ75 or a RIA 1911. Once I have the cash in hand I'll take a ride to the LGS and see what jumps into my hand.

And yes, it looks much better with some stuff in it.
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I also sectioned off a corner of my basement with a wall with plywood screwed to both sides and a heavy solid door with a digital deadbolt for added security and to keep the kids out of the gun stuff.

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The only thing wrong with safe companies is they advertise a safe as "12 or 15" gun capacity or whatever. But overlook the fact that they mean "unscoped". When you mount a scope your rifle takes up needed space. That's where the "buy bigger" comes in.
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Nice.... I used to have one just like that but sold it after I donated everything in it to an auction for charity(psec modified remark). They are nice indeed. And yes, any scoped rifle limits the space for additional boomsticks. Takes like at least 3 men and a fat wheel dolley to move the beast though.
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