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Posted: 11/15/2001 9:26:12 PM EDT
My dad saw these at Home Depot today so I went to check it out. It's a Sentry 3920 fire lined safe. It's 59"x21"x18". All of this for $399. The best price I have seen for this one online is $499. It's only 5" narrower than the Bridger I was going to buy and it's $300 cheaper. [img]http://members-http-1.rwc1.sfba.home.net/jeff.hoeft/pics/safe1.jpg[/img] [img]http://members-http-1.rwc1.sfba.home.net/jeff.hoeft/pics/safe2.jpg[/img] Oh Yea. I don't own any guns. These were Photoshopped in. [:D]
Link Posted: 11/15/2001 9:30:39 PM EDT
Looks good! I may just have to truck on down to Home Depot myself and take a peek at one. I allready have a safe, but I'm at the point of needing more room. Bet you will feel better whenever you leave the house from now on!
Link Posted: 11/15/2001 9:35:54 PM EDT
Can you adjust the height of the rifle rests inside to go lower? I like it but looks too high for the stuff I would put in it. Also, you might want to lag it to the floor or the wall if possible if you hav't already. You can put those on an appliance dolly and wheel them right out the door a lot easier than you think. I'm still looking for a good deal on a big heavy sucker! Nice safe though! Congrats! John
Link Posted: 11/15/2001 9:44:11 PM EDT
There are pins for the rifle rests to sit on. The rest does come out and you could probably run a screw or something into the firelining to for the rifle rest to sit on so it could be lowered. I'm going to build some shelves for the left side to store mags and ammo on. I'm also going to redo the rifle rests.
Link Posted: 11/15/2001 9:46:34 PM EDT
Looks great. I have a Cannon Safe that looks just like that. Only problem is it will not hold any more long guns. With 30+ it it now, I am in need of a larger one. Or limited to only pistols from now on. Mine came with a warrenty against attempted theft and damage caused. If you hit the dial real hard, it locks up and the manufacturer has to come drill it open for you. Cannon will do this at no cost, then replace the safe. Cool huh?
Link Posted: 11/15/2001 9:51:12 PM EDT
Cool... As I'm looking at your pic I'm thinking If I had one I would build some sort of support stand in the middle and run another row of rifle rests on both sides of it and run a removable piece across the front of the whole thing to tie it all together. You could probably get about 8 more guns in there or more running down the center. You would have to stagger them carefully on the bottom. John
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