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Old 02-05-2012, 06:36 PM   #11
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Great conclusion.
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Old 02-05-2012, 06:39 PM   #12
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I look at the tech. side of the investment with security. I sleep better.
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Old 02-05-2012, 06:42 PM   #13
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Plus that damn warranty just clinches it!
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Amsec are the best overall for gun safes.

Canon make great safes don't get me wrong.

Or if you want the best safe money can buy and are willing to pay for that quality. Graffunder is hands down the winner.

http://www.graffundersafes.com/
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Old 02-05-2012, 07:37 PM   #15
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The best: http://visaliasafes.com/
Great business with great people, too.
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Check out Costco. They have some good buys. Not real prettty, but low cost and appear strong.
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I have a Liberty Centurion that I picked up a little over a year ago. I think I paid about $600 for it.
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After doing allot of research and checking around, the Liberty Fat Boy fitted my budget and needs. At 880 lbs. I paid the extra $225.00 to have it placed where I wanted. I had to take off and reinstall the door frames myself though, to get it in.

Oh yes, buy a safe at least twice the size you need. They fill up fast.

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I purchased the Cabelas signiture 50 last year after buying one way to small the previous year. ( made by Liberty ) Maybe the libertys others were looking at were the cheaper model. Mine has the power point inside and the deluxe door panel storage system with a cool pocket for important papers and documents. I did pay 2k for it but well worth it IMO.

Like stated before, get one bigger than you need cause it sucks when they fill up and you are out of space. I would also get some help, mine was almost 1100 lbs and really a bear to get inside.
http://www.cabelas.com/product/Cabelas-Signature-Series-Premium-DS-Gun-Safes-by-Liberty/751858.uts?WTz_l=SBC%3BMMcat104792580%3Bcat1047304 80%3Bcat109548180
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After doing allot of research and checking around, the Liberty Fat Boy fitted my budget and needs. At 880 lbs. I paid the extra $225.00 to have it placed where I wanted. I had to take off and reinstall the door frames myself though, to get it in.

Oh yes, buy a safe at least twice the size you need. They fill up fast.

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I purchased the Cabelas signiture 50 last year after buying one way to small the previous year. ( made by Liberty ) Maybe the libertys others were looking at were the cheaper model. Mine has the power point inside and the deluxe door panel storage system with a cool pocket for important papers and documents. I did pay 2k for it but well worth it IMO.

Like stated before, get one bigger than you need cause it sucks when they fill up and you are out of space. I would also get some help, mine was almost 1100 lbs and really a bear to get inside.
http://www.cabelas.com/product/Cabelas-Signature-Series-Premium-DS-Gun-Safes-by-Liberty/751858.uts?WTz_l=SBC%3BMMcat104792580%3Bcat1047304 80%3Bcat109548180
Big R has the fat boys (48 gun, 60.5"x42"x22") for $1000 + $35 for the outlet.

Tractor supply has Cannon ("36 gun" 60"x40"x26") for $1000 power outlet already installed.
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