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Re: Gun Safe recommendations

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Nothing is going to deter a thief who is determined to break into a gun safe. But that"s not who steals most of the guns and valuables. It"s druggies looking to break in grab what they can and get out so they can fence it and get high again. Or it"s some teenagers looking for valuables(watches, jewelry, guns, cash, etc) laying around.
A gun safe deters a very high percentage of those types of crimes.
We had a rash of burgalaries in our valley last year and we bought a Rhino Safe from Costco and it"s bolted to the floor. Sure someone can hook a chain to it and rip it through the wall, cut it open with a "blue flame wrench" or a sawzall but around here, it has not come to that. All one can do reasonably and economically is minimize the risk, not reduce the probablility of gun theft to zero!

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 Re: Gun Safe recommendations in reply to Jerry/MT, 03-11-2013 07:49:34  
Agreed. That's why you buy a cheap one or you buy a real safe. Spending $800 to $1500 only gets you a nicer looking box rather than a more secure safe. The Stack On models for $130 will stop the druggy that's grabbing what's lying loose, but is as vulnerable to a sawzall as the $1500 unit. A "real" safe will start in the $3000 range. I saw a nice one over the weekend that had 6 gauge steel and over a 1/2" of concrete lining. About 1500 pounds empty.

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