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Posted: 6/29/2015 10:33:43 PM EDT
Ive got my main gun safe in my "man cave" / third bedroom of my house where I keep my guns and important documents.  Lately I've found myself wanting a smaller floor style safe that I could bolt down in my master closet to keep other misc odds and ins.  I honestly don't know what I would keep in there, but for some odd reason I want one... (I'm single and can justify just about anything).


What are my options? Im talking maybe 24" x 24" or something like that, maybe a little bigger.  Ideally with an electronic keypad and it MUST be able to be bolted to the floor.

Price range would be below $500, ideally around $300

GO!

Link Posted: 6/30/2015 7:14:42 PM EDT
[#1]
nothing?

All I keep seeing is Sentry Safes which don't really scream "protection" to me...
Link Posted: 6/30/2015 7:46:39 PM EDT
[#2]
There are a lot of Floor Safes in the market. I can't link you to the products we offer, but look at "in the Floor Safes". There is a wide range of sizes and security levels. There is also a wide array of small free-standing safes that will meet your needs with fire, burglary and both. Don't limit your search to Gunsafe brands, most of those companies sell a very limited line light-construction import models. Domestic safe makers that serve commercial and residential consumers thru traditional security dealers will offer a much broader selection.
Link Posted: 6/30/2015 7:56:30 PM EDT
[#3]
I would look at something like this:

http://thesafeplace.com/home-safes/csc1913
Link Posted: 6/30/2015 7:58:37 PM EDT
[#4]
What is under the floor, dirt, crawlspace, basement, you can get a really secure floor space, set in concrete properly on the cheap, it kind of depends on what is below your floor. At one time I was going to put one in and went a different way, IIRC, Amsec makes the Star? line, Hamilton safe offers them, I am sure others, it has been a few years since I looked. A C Rate set in concrete would offer some very good protection.
Link Posted: 6/30/2015 8:00:19 PM EDT
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I would look at something like this:

http://thesafeplace.com/home-safes/csc1913
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or this
Link Posted: 6/30/2015 8:05:53 PM EDT
[#6]
Apologies, I think I mislead you with how I worded this.  I am not looking for a safe that goes IN the floor, rather just a small free standing safe that I can bolt down to the floor. In my mind, I thought to call it a floor safe but now see how that is confusing.

Link Posted: 6/30/2015 8:10:46 PM EDT
[#7]
If you up your budget to the 800-1000 range, it'll be a step change in fire and burglary protection. More of a jewelry/cash safe vs a gun safe.
Link Posted: 6/30/2015 8:15:01 PM EDT
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If you up your budget to the 800-1000 range, it'll be a step change in fire and burglary protection. More of a jewelry/cash safe vs a gun safe.
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this is actually what I was looking for it to be.  I have a large gun safe already, am wanting a smaller safe that can be more "hidden" that I can stash cash, gold and other misc items in.

guess my price range could be too low.

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