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highcotton2
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Alabama
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re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated

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Anybody know much 3/4" osb will hold


I know a guy who works for our local John Deere dealer and they sold a gunsafe to a guy who lives in a mobile home. The next day the guy comes in and tells them that the safe has fallen through the floor and is now sitting on the ground. They did not even go look at it.

How in the hell would you get that out? You could not get hold of it. You could not jack it up from the bottom because where would you go with it after you jacked it up? Maybe you could cut the hole out bigger and lay it on its side and pull it out with truck. I think I would just move.


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KingRanch
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The Ranch
Member since Mar 2012
59228 posts

re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
should have got the liberty


SunHog
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Illinois
Member since Jan 2011
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re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
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should have got the liberty


This post was edited on 10/18 at 9:47 pm


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pdubya76
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Amite County,Ms.
Member since Mar 2012
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re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
I have a Browning Medallion 28.Very nice and very heavy,845 lbs for an average size safe.Its one of the nicer things Browning makes other than their guns.


thejudge
LSU Fan
Westlake, LA
Member since Sep 2009
4714 posts

re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
Is it true you need a 2 hour fire rating should you want to put documents inside and not just guns? Read it somewhere as I'm in the market for a safe that will do that


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Helo
LSU Fan
Orlando
Member since Nov 2004
3829 posts

re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
Thanks for posting this.
Looking for a new safe atm.
The gun show always has a big Liberty display here so I was thinking of getting it from there but this give me more homework to do.


SunHog
Arkansas Fan
Illinois
Member since Jan 2011
9129 posts

re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
I've now been looking at Liberty Safes. Liberty Lincoln 35

http://www.libertysafe.com/safe-lincoln-safes-ps-5.html

Lincoln series looks really good. A dealer local has a price that is 38% less than online pricing.

16 Locking Bolts
11 Gauge Steel Body
LED Lighting System
4 Sided locking bolts on door
90minute at 1200 degree fire rating
34 Guns
850lbs

Image: http://www.libertysafe.com/images/products/safe-lincoln-35-mirror-black-silver-velour-img-s5_g13_gp28_ch1_ce5_ci1.jpg


Lincoln 35 Series
Online $3,100
Local $2,350

The question is now going with a lower grade safe series but step up to the 41 guns (50 series) just for the room and around the same price point?

I've decided to either purchase a Liberty or Fort Knox.


SunHog
Arkansas Fan
Illinois
Member since Jan 2011
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CadesCove
Tennessee Fan
Mounting the Woman
Member since Oct 2006
37296 posts

re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
I want one with a dial, not a keypad.


SunHog
Arkansas Fan
Illinois
Member since Jan 2011
9129 posts

re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
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I want one with a dial, not a keypad.


After playing with the keypads today.. I'm all for the mechanic dial. I was not impressed with the quality of the keypads I tested on Liberty, Fort Knox or American Security.


SunHog
Arkansas Fan
Illinois
Member since Jan 2011
9129 posts

re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
Any other suggestions?


Tigerpaw123
USA Fan
Louisiana
Member since Mar 2007
9958 posts

re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
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Any other suggestions?


Browning gold series or better


SunHog
Arkansas Fan
Illinois
Member since Jan 2011
9129 posts

re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
Back on the market for another Safe.
What are y'alls thoughts on these two?

Liberty Lincoln 35 ($2,399)
LINK
Image: http://www.libertysafe.com/images/products/safe-lincoln-35-mirror-black-silver-velour-img-s5_g13_gp28_ch1_ce5_ci1.jpg


vs

Liberty President 40 ($4,199)
LINK
Image: http://www.libertysafe.com/images/products/safe-presidential-40-blue-marble-silver-velour-img-s4_g10_gp20_ch1_ce8_ci1.jpg


Company I'll purchase from...
LINK

Is this money worth the upgrade for the 7 gauge steel over the 11 gauge steel with a little more room and weight?


wiltznucs
South Florida Fan
Apollo Beach, FL
Member since Sep 2005
8005 posts
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re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
I've got the Lincoln, very good safe and the most bang for the buck..


SunHog
Arkansas Fan
Illinois
Member since Jan 2011
9129 posts

re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
If you can literally take a fire axe and rip through 10 gauge steel body wall it seems it would not be worth putting a lot of cash or Jewelry inside. However, in normal smash and grabs it will guard well as someone wouldn't have time to crack or break into it unless you're on vacation.

Debating about buying a small safe for cash and watches or buy the most expensive and do a all-in-one 7 gauge gun safe like the President series. No safe is burglar proof therefore it's about not wasting money and finding the right fit.


KingRanch
LSU Fan
The Ranch
Member since Mar 2012
59228 posts

re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
I told you 4 months ago to get a Liberty
This post was edited on 10/7 at 5:34 pm


SunHog
Arkansas Fan
Illinois
Member since Jan 2011
9129 posts

re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
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I told you 4 months ago to get a Liberty


Yes you did and it looks to be winning out after an exhausting amount of research.

Fort Knox seems a little expensive when the Liberty President series seems to be the answer.


KingRanch
LSU Fan
The Ranch
Member since Mar 2012
59228 posts

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I Love Bama
Alabama Fan
Alabama
Member since Nov 2007
34140 posts

re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
Never sell the 22. Best gun to have if shite hits the fan


SunHog
Arkansas Fan
Illinois
Member since Jan 2011
9129 posts

re: Gun Safes - Discussion (Updated
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Never sell the 22. Best gun to have if shite hits the fan



Valid point.

I pulled the trigger today on this one...

Image: http://www.libertysafe.com/images/products/s3_g7_gp16_ch3_ce15.jpg


Image: http://www.libertysafe.com/images/products/s3_g7_gp16_ch3_ce15_ci2.jpg





LINK
This post was edited on 10/9 at 8:26 pm


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