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Old 06-14-2013, 09:02 AM   #121
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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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That's pretty cool! I assume you keep everything on the outside including the lock original? Only problem is what if a thief is thirsty from looking around your house and happens to have a buck in his pocket?

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That's pretty cool! I assume you keep everything on the outside including the lock original? Only problem is what if a thief is thirsty from looking around your house and happens to have a buck in his pocket?
.....he gets a cup of bullets....with ice.
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Old 06-14-2013, 08:31 PM   #124
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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.
Is that fire proof?
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Old 06-14-2013, 09:28 PM   #125
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Bravo! Gun safety teachers stress ammo and firearms should be stored separately.
I've wondered about that. I suppose that is to keep unauthorized people from putting the firearms to use. The downside that keeps all my mags loaded and with their firearms is that I want them ready to use if I need them.
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That's pretty cool! I assume you keep everything on the outside including the lock original? Only problem is what if a thief is thirsty from looking around your house and happens to have a buck in his pocket?
Items sir.. All original outside the LED display reads OUT when u push the buttons so hopefully the idiot uses the hose. Lol
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Is that fire proof?
I can make them fire proof upon request. I've done only one fire proof. It cost about an $350 for materials and my labor
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I just finished this one today. I can say this is my favorite

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I just finished this one today. I can say this is my favorite
How much do you usually charge for a standard model?
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How much do you usually charge for a standard model?
The 2 pictured go for $960 and depending on what kind of machine and options custom ones sell for around the same to $1500 on the high end..
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