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Old 03-12-2009, 02:22 AM   #11
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Hey all,

Great forum you have here. I was wondering if anyone here knows the difference in the Liberty "Freedom Security" series of gun safes as opposed the regular line of Liberty safes. Specifically I'm looking at the Freedom Security "Eagle" model vs the Libery "Franklin" model. I've read all the stats on them and I can't for the life of me tell the difference and Liberty's website is silent about the Freedom Security line. But I've confirmed it is a Liberty safe.

Any help you can pass on would be much appreciated. Thanks!
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Old 05-11-2009, 02:54 AM   #12
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My wife bought me a Fort Knox Safe for my guns several years ago. I also keep photo albums and anything else safe. I'm just as concerned about fire as I am about theft. One of the reasons I chose Fort Knox is the hinges are blind. Have it delivered to a moving company and they can bring it out put it in your home for you. Mine is a medium sized one and it wieghs 700 lbs. emty. Good luck, Dogwalk
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Old 05-11-2009, 03:44 AM   #13
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I have a Hall brand safe I had built in 1997. In it I had them put a file cabinet, jewelry drawer, and drawer to store media in it. (computer back up discs for my business) It will hold 28 rifles, about 12 handguns, and has shelves for ammo and acessories. This puppy weighs just under 1800 lbs empty. So if you get a heavy safe have them move it into your house. Most moving companys won't have anyhing to do with this heavy of safe and you have to get the safe company to move it. Also, when I first got this safe the house I had was a slab floor house. I now have a raised foundation wood floor house and we had to crawl under the house and add a few piers and a couple of oversized joists to keep it from going through the floor. When I first moved it into here the floor sagged under its weight nearly a 1-1/2 and damaged a wall and doorway the other side of the wall. We were remodelong the house anyway and I didnt trip it too much, but I did add floor joist structure and extra foundation piers to cure the problem this heavy pig of a safe created.
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