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Old 06-02-2013, 10:59 AM   #111
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Why wouldn't you get some of those pistol racks, or one of those organizers specifically meant for pistols in a safe?

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Old 06-02-2013, 12:20 PM   #112
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I wish that I had room in my safe for my ammo. I'm thinking of buying a separate safe for that.
Bravo! Gun safety teachers stress ammo and firearms should be stored separately.

My ammo safe has one inch thick walls of drill resistant steel. Feel sorry for anyone trying to open that safe with a cutting torch.
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Why wouldn't you get some of those pistol racks, or one of those organizers specifically meant for pistols in a safe?
I can't answer for him, but I would think those racks would take up much more room than the boxes. But a woodworker could make a nice long rack to set up there....maybe that's my next project.....
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Yes, a clever handy guy could think up many efficient, cool-looking solutions....

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My ammo safe has one inch thick walls of drill resistant steel. Feel sorry for anyone trying to open that safe with a cutting torch.
And if they did have a cutting torch it might end up bad for them.
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Soooo, a plasma cutter or gas ax won't cut drill resistant plate?

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Soooo, a plasma cutter or gas ax won't cut drill resistant plate?
Pretty sure it will, but once all that heat hits the ammo some bad things will probably happen.
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Soooo, a plasma cutter or gas ax won't cut drill resistant plate?
Imagine me, the voice of reason......if someone breaks into my house, happens, just happens to bring a plasma cutter with them, is able to find the power to run it, the compressor to make it work....then I say....go at it. I'll be dialing the insurance company.
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Agreed, those 2 tools might not be the best. But, they do make plasma cutters portable, that run off 120V, and that have their own air supply.(Internal compressor). Also, they have a much more focused "flame", very little HAZ. (heat affected zone) Still a lot of sparks, though. If I had to pick one, this would be it. Maybe carting the safe off might be a better plan.....

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This is my gun safe. I've been making and selling these baby's for a while now. This is one of my favorites. But for the right price she's gone.
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