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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 12/5/2001 11:00:46 AM EST
Any positive or negative reviews? Looking for a more budget oriented safe - Dick's has the E-23 (electronic lock) model for $1000; a local gunshop has the classic 23 on sale for $900 and the classic 25 for $1000. The e-23 has 11ga walls, 5 1" locking lugs, and a 1" composite door. The only thing that really worries me is the door - how does it compare vs. steel? The classic 23 is pretty much the same, minus the electronic lock and 12ga walls. The classic 25 is a bit larger, but also goes back to the 11ga walls, and has a 1/4" steel door. I'm sorta at a loss as to which to choose, if in fact any are worth it. I really like the electronic lock - seems like access in hurry would be much easier. However, it seems like a lesser safe overall to the classis 25, for the same price. OTOH, both are really more than I wanted to spend, so the classic 23 may be a better choice for me right now... OTOH, what is $100 in the long run? I'm gonna have the safe for awhile, after all. Sigh... decisions, decisions... Any input appreciated. Thanks, Rocko
Link Posted: 12/5/2001 3:12:17 PM EST
Wow - stuff really moves fast around here. These suck so bad no one wants to comment? ;) Anyways, BTT. Rocko
Link Posted: 12/5/2001 4:45:26 PM EST
I bought my 25 cubic feet "Sportsman" in 1996. Remington safes are great for the money, they are made by Liberty. The biggest mistake people make when buying a safe is they get it to small. Several of my friends are buying safes a second time and mine is full as well. Better get both if you can. I don't know about the door thing. Absolutely, the touch pad is the way to go. I use 2 safes at work which are touch pad and it is much better than the manual dial.
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