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Old 02-16-2011, 01:06 PM   #11
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The holes on the bottom serve two purposes. My safe was lag-bolted to a pallet with these holes. You can also bolt the safe to your floor using the same holes, and presumably same bolts if you wish. I don't recall any documentation with my safe that required the safe to be bolted down for the fire rating to be intact, but it makes sense that the opening could cause a reduction, although by the time the safe burns throught the floor, falls over, etc. the time span for the rating would most likely have been surpassed.

I don't have my safe bolted down for the same reason as mentioned above, don't want to go through the hassle of cutting the carpet and putting holes in the floor. I'm good with that. I have been wanting to seal the bottom holes with silicone, though to prevent moisture infiltration, got to get that done.
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Nice safe!! here is a very good reason to bolt your safe to the floor.

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I just put the Centurion 30 in my garage today. Just like yours but a tick bigger.
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I've got the 22. I've already outgrown it...
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Anyone have a good recommendation for pistol storage in the safe?
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The holes in the floor will not affect the fire rating.

I use the metal pistol racks that are plastic coated for my pistols. There are also aftermarket products that attach the backside of the door for storage.

And for insurance purposes, what you and a majority of us have are actually considered residential security containers (RSCs) and not actually considered a safe. You can Google residentail security container vs safe and find a lot of information. As long as you understand the limitations, it should serve you just fine. My old man and I both have the next size up from yours and we're both really happy with them.
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I use the metal pistol racks that are plastic coated for my pistols. There are also aftermarket products that attach the backside of the door for storage.
This guy knows...I use the racks and put them on mu top shelf. Works great.
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I like the thing that attaches to the door with a half dozen handgun pockets, but my 6" GP100 is too long to have anything in the pocket below it. My BP pistols are also too big; the XD45 and CZ75b fit fine, as did the Bersa.

I will probably pick up a rack as described above for one of the shelves.
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Right now I have enough room to lay the pistols on the shelf. I'll have to figure out a better solution shortly.
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I think I paid $15 for the coated rack. It saves a lot of space, and looks really good.
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