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11/22/2017 10:05:29 PM
Posted: 10/2/2004 4:55:15 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/3/2004 5:52:08 AM EST by Blackriflefever]
Is this safe worth the $758? Shipping is included

GUN SAFE
Link Posted: 10/2/2004 4:56:31 PM EST
yeah
Link Posted: 10/3/2004 5:30:13 AM EST
And also is this a good name safe? I really don't know much about them
Link Posted: 10/3/2004 5:42:42 AM EST
Your link is dead
Link Posted: 10/3/2004 5:52:25 AM EST

Originally Posted By dpmmn:
Your link is dead





Fixed
Link Posted: 10/3/2004 5:54:45 AM EST
yes, i have one and am thinking of getting another. excellent safe, to my ken.
Link Posted: 10/3/2004 5:55:56 AM EST
That dont look like too bad of a deal
Link Posted: 10/3/2004 5:58:21 AM EST

Originally Posted By tommygs:
yes, i have one and am thinking of getting another. excellent safe, to my ken.




How is the space in there. I know it shows pictures but I am talking about real world. With guns and ammo and things. About how much can you stuff in there?
Link Posted: 10/3/2004 6:55:47 AM EST
I don't know, I got this one for $800. How's the brand guys?

American security
Link Posted: 10/3/2004 7:03:55 AM EST
I picked up one of these for $995 but had to deliver myself.

Link Posted: 10/3/2004 7:26:31 AM EST
I bought a used Liberty safe from a local dealer for $700.00 delivered, about 4 years ago. I really didn't know that much about safes at the time, but I felt it was a good deal because the safe retailed for over $1600.00.

The dealer told me that you need to look at a few things when purchasing a safe:

1) Tool Rating (how long does a burglar have to work on the safe with tools to get into it?)

2) Fireproofing and Fire Rating (how long can the safe withstand high heat before the contents are
affected)

3) Number of Locking Bolts (the more the better)

4) Lock Quality

5) Internal or External Hinges

6) Empty Weight

8) Pre-Drilled holes in the bottom of the safe (for mounting to the floor with internal bolts)

9) Wall and Door Thickness

I checked out the features of the safe that you are looking at buying it looks like it meets almost all of the above features. I would say that $758.00 delivered is a smokin' deal. If this is your first safe you will have a really secure feeling when you leave your home, especially if you go on a trip for any length of time.

Good Luck!
Link Posted: 10/3/2004 7:30:56 AM EST

Originally Posted By ishoot2live:
I bought a used Liberty safe from a local dealer for $700.00 delivered, about 4 years ago. I really didn't know that much about safes at the time, but I felt it was a good deal because the safe retailed for over $1600.00.

The dealer told me that you need to look at a few things when purchasing a safe:

1) Tool Rating (how long does a burglar have to work on the safe with tools to get into it?)

2) Fireproofing and Fire Rating (how long can the safe withstand high heat before the contents are
affected)

3) Number of Locking Bolts (the more the better)

4) Lock Quality

5) Internal or External Hinges

6) Empty Weight

8) Pre-Drilled holes in the bottom of the safe (for mounting to the floor with internal bolts)

9) Wall and Door Thickness

I checked out the features of the safe that you are looking at buying it looks like it meets almost all of the above features. I would say that $758.00 delivered is a smokin' deal. If this is your first safe you will have a really secure feeling when you leave your home, especially if you go on a trip for any length of time.

Good Luck!



Cool Thanks for the good info.
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