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    I'm looking to purchase a gun safe for valuables etc and live in Phoenix with close proximity to fire stations. Any of you have brand recommendations for US made safes. I know Liberty/Ft Knox/etc but interested in any of your personal peeves and preferences when getting one.

    I'll be doing a minimum 26 gun size for future space as well. I also wanted minimum 45 minute fire rating, and it will be bolted down.

  • #2
    Originally posted by MrPeepers View Post
    I'm looking to purchase a gun safe for valuables etc and live in Phoenix with close proximity to fire stations. Any of you have brand recommendations for US made safes. I know Liberty/Ft Knox/etc but interested in any of your personal peeves and preferences when getting one.

    I'll be doing a minimum 26 gun size for future space as well. I also wanted minimum 45 minute fire rating, and it will be bolted down.
    Sorry man I don't have anything that valuable. Keep mine in cheap safes.

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    • #3
      I'm sure one would be cool to have, but you're looking at $4000 for one. I looked at some before but figured no it isn't worth the cost, the house insurance covers that loss unless you have some heirlooms. I see this site with "scratch and dent" models, at least you get a discount: http://www.gunsafes.com/2013-Brownin...-and-Dent.html

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      • #4
        Originally posted by MrPeepers View Post
        I'm looking to purchase a gun safe for valuables etc and live in Phoenix with close proximity to fire stations. Any of you have brand recommendations for US made safes. I know Liberty/Ft Knox/etc but interested in any of your personal peeves and preferences when getting one.

        I'll be doing a minimum 26 gun size for future space as well. I also wanted minimum 45 minute fire rating, and it will be bolted down.
        Checkout the Liberty Lincoln Series.

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        • #5
          I get mine at a place called sportsmans safes in Paramount CA. Can't help in colo though. Man they make great safes though.

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          • #6
            I'm so confused... so you are looking to move to Phoenix with close proximity to fire stations?

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            • #7
              Yea this thread is so corn fusing and so non sports related I can risk posting in it
              I've been doing do well since our sb loss thanks to drugs ,therapy , and avoiding sports ...

              But I have to ask what the heck does fire stations have to do with any of this ?

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              • #8
                Hello? 911? Yeah, my house is on fire. No, tell the fire department to run the other way. I have what is essentially an ammunition factory in my house.

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                • #9
                  It matters because it helps determine the fire rating on the safe he decides to purchase.

                  If he gets a safe with a 30min rating and it takes the fire dept 45 min to get there then it would be pointless to have a fire resistant safe.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by El Guapo View Post
                    It matters because it helps determine the fire rating on the safe he decides to purchase.

                    If he gets a safe with a 30min rating and it takes the fire dept 45 min to get there then it would be pointless to have a fire resistant safe.
                    Thank yas Guapo...

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Garcia Bronco View Post
                      Checkout the Liberty Lincoln Series.
                      I like this line and also like the Frankilin line. I went to the Cabelas in town and it looks like they rebadge these 2 Liberty safes with Cabelas logos.

                      Cabelas had scratch and dent safes on the floor, looked like a good way to get into the better liberty safes at a discount.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Cito Pelon View Post
                        I'm sure one would be cool to have, but you're looking at $4000 for one. I looked at some before but figured no it isn't worth the cost, the house insurance covers that loss unless you have some heirlooms. I see this site with "scratch and dent" models, at least you get a discount: http://www.gunsafes.com/2013-Brownin...-and-Dent.html
                        That's awesome I didn't expect to find scratch and dents besides going on craigslist.

                        http://www.gunsafes.com/Scratch-and-Dent-Safes.html

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                        • #13
                          Spend the little bit extra and get yourself a Barrett.

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                          • #14
                            Not sure why you'd need a $4000 safe with the specs you've listed. A liberty fat boy Jr. retails for $1200 and meets your requirements on fire and is much larger. I owned one of these in the past and loved it.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Swedish Extrovert View Post
                              I'm so confused... so you are looking to move to Phoenix with close proximity to fire stations?
                              I think I've figured out why you have trouble scoring chicks...

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