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Posted: 6/24/2001 9:32:40 PM EDT
Thinking about getting a safe again. What do you have? safe? vault? bunker - wouldn't that be cool! I'm thinking maybe a Fort Knox safe will do. What do you think? [thinking]
Link Posted: 6/24/2001 9:34:22 PM EDT
A big ole fireproof Liberty gun safe, go Liberty you cant go wrong.
Link Posted: 6/24/2001 9:44:39 PM EDT
Link Posted: 6/24/2001 9:52:00 PM EDT
Thats the same safe I have, Iam thinking of putting on a keypad, the combination dial system is to complex for me to remember.
Link Posted: 6/24/2001 10:06:52 PM EDT
rule of thumb for safes BUY THE BIGGEST ONE U CAN AFFORD u will need it !
Link Posted: 6/24/2001 11:03:34 PM EDT
[img]content.communities.msn.com/_Secure/0MwAAACUR*aCpbUUlZyLiz6xYq3VTFgU05Nmo6PF6Df3u­Llxm5bWUx8FVDuEgSsyHvfRjU5!1izHdosD*ps2bqQ/IMG_0041.jpg[/img] This one was made by Sun Valley Safe Co. in Simi Valley. It has 3/16 steel all around, fire lined, 72x40x28, 1300lbs. and 18 active locking bolts. Liked the Liberty and the Fort Knoz, but this one offered most of the same qualities for about a grand less. Went with the dial as the keypad was an extra 150 bucks that I really didn't have and I'm not in and out of my safe all the time. I went with the ez out interior and I am already almost out of room. So much for those shelves on the left. [rolleyes]
Link Posted: 6/24/2001 11:16:33 PM EDT
I keep my "Toys" in my Toy box. Because I'am..... [red]Evil-Beagles[/red]
Link Posted: 6/24/2001 11:41:24 PM EDT
American security fire safe
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 12:04:28 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 6/25/2001 12:04:33 AM EDT by RBAD]
Inexpensive (under $1000) Guardall 6030 (non-firelined) with Mas-Hamilton Auditcon Digital Lock in bedroom closet: [img]cedargrovepolice.net/rbad_safe/1.jpg[/img] . [img]cedargrovepolice.net/rbad_safe/2.jpg[/img] American Security (Amsec) "Armory" firelined TL-30 safe in another area of the house: [img]cedargrovepolice.net/rbad_safe/4.jpg[/img] I love the AMSEC. (it weighs 3900lbs. empty and we bolted both of them down and heavily alarmed them and have CCTV cameras aimed at them w/ time-lapse recording)
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 5:17:47 AM EDT
Ratters, I guess you move the fridge, not the safe, to repair the hot water heater. Rbad, TL safe, very nice. Btw, Remember to keep a flashlight OUTSIDE the safe. I'll have to find a pic of my safe. It was on photopoint...
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 5:38:29 AM EDT
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 6:05:10 AM EDT
RBaD OPEN that BADBOY up! Whatcha got inside[:D] Me.. I want to Build a safe room or Retro a walkin closet with a vault door
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 6:33:58 AM EDT
Originally Posted By mags: RBAD..thats the most organized safe setup inside i've ever seen for a privately owned safe.!!do you vacume inside it too[;)]
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Actually... I am a total slob. My wife keeps everything organized because she keeps her jewelry in it.. I can't figure out how to get her to vacuum though!!
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 6:36:30 AM EDT
Originally Posted By 7: Btw, Remember to keep a flashlight OUTSIDE the safe.
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Holy Crap -- I never even thought of that! (especially since the keyboard of the lock isn't illuminated) Thanks !
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 9:21:44 AM EDT
btt
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 9:15:42 PM EDT
RBAD, the reason your safe looks so clean, is because it's practically EMPTY!! It's supposed to look like this inside: [img]wsphotofews.excite.com/028/dj/a1/gj/fO36008.jpg[/img] [:P]
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 9:20:26 PM EDT
ROTFLMAO!!!!!!!!!! Empty????? Show Treetop RBAD..... Show him dude...... PLEASEPLEASEPLEASE........ Just show him the handguns....
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 9:22:19 PM EDT
7- Yeah, the freezer actualy moves pretty easily. Treetop- You just have to keep ramming it down all our throats don't you. [:)] Well, at least I can show my wife that I'm not "that" bad.
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 9:30:18 PM EDT
My Armory of course.... Well sort of my toy room. I have one bedroom of my two room apartment sealed. Homemade bars on the windows, steel security shutters, A commercial fire door/jam built into the wall. It isn't quite as good as a safe, but it was much cheaper. I figure it would take about an hour and a TON of effort to gain entry. Besides if I leave my guns out of my 99 dollar WALMART safe I don't worry all day at work. The safe would be easier to break in to, even with it bolted to the wall and a 90lbs bag of concrete in the bottom. Well it is a poor boys solution!!!
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 9:38:49 PM EDT
Be careful with the secure room. Have been a number of robberies where the BG's just went through the sheet rock walls.
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 9:42:28 PM EDT
Originally Posted By _McUZI: ROTFLMAO!!!!!!!!!! Empty????? Show Treetop RBAD..... Show him dude...... PLEASEPLEASEPLEASE........ Just show him the handguns....
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C'mon, RBAD, show us. Please?[:D]
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 10:33:26 PM EDT
Originally Posted By TREETOP: C'mon, RBAD, show us. Please?[:D]
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I guess it's ok now that the US Supreme Court has deemed that everyone can have access to NICS records... [;)] [img]mcuzi.com/pics/guns001.jpg[/img] . . [img]mcuzi.com/pics/guns002.jpg[/img] . . But please take note of 2 things: 1. McUZI has about 100 times the amount of guns that I do. 2. The picture was taken when my wife was shopping. She would have cried if she saw the oily mess that I made out her dining room table.[spank]
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 10:34:26 PM EDT
Originally Posted By TREETOP: RBAD, the reason your safe looks so clean, is because it's practically EMPTY!! [:P]
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Who's safe is that? It can't be yours because, judging by your past pics, your guns would fill up a national guard armory!
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 10:39:53 PM EDT
Originally Posted By RBAD:
Originally Posted By TREETOP: RBAD, the reason your safe looks so clean, is because it's practically EMPTY!! [:P]
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Who's safe is that? It can't be yours because, judging by your past pics, your guns would fill up a national guard armory!
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It's my old one, but it wouldn't hold everything. Of course there's more now, but your handgun collection puts mine to SHAME. Sweet pics, RBAD! [jealous]
Link Posted: 6/26/2001 10:02:35 AM EDT
Originally Posted By TREETOP: but your handgun collection puts mine to SHAME. Sweet pics, RBAD!
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And just think.... I don't even live in a free state! Every one of those handguns required me to obtain a pistol purchase permit which takes 1-5 months to obtain. Good thing we're moving to Florida to live with McUZI!
Link Posted: 6/26/2001 2:30:19 PM EDT
wow... those pics are awesome guys!! i think i have gun envy ; ) keep 'em coming!! Jeff C/NY~~Blade
Link Posted: 6/27/2001 6:23:36 PM EDT
(3) safe's.All 5-600 #'s each and all permanently bolted to 4-500 #'s of concrete slabs in a locked and alarmed room. Spread them out and make them work for them. I figure that even if someone gets through one they'll never go through the work for another for such a small haul.
Link Posted: 6/27/2001 6:56:55 PM EDT
I have 5 safes, I wish I just had one really large one, but it didnt work out that way.
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