Right now I have a old safe/cabinet that is just metal 12 gauge .10 inch thick that has a channel lock for door and a meadco key to open it. I need more room and would like some fire proof rating to it,. But the most I can spend is 900. I have seen safes like the Liberty Centurion 18 (599 at Gander) but then I see it ONLY uses 14 gauge metal. Thats thinner than my current safe/cabinet . What I have now I never thought was very good but at least its 12 gauge every were. The ones I have found that have heavy gauge like gauge 10 (.1406 thick) are all in the 1400 and up range. I want to hold 4 maybe 5 rifles with scopes and 6 or 7 handguns. I dont keep ammo in the safe. Do they make such a safe? Or am I stuck having to wait till I can save up 1400 to get one? But then I see another 400 gets me even thicker steel. I have been watching youtube videos were they cut like butter through even 12 gauge like i have now let alone thinner 14 gauge. Useless safes.