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ArmedWolf
01-24-2006, 2:33 AM
Ok, I was looking for a small safe before, but now with all these guns and knives on the way, I need bigger.

So I'll have 11 guns,
6 Rifles
5 Hand guns

Another joy, this is an Upstairs closet, looking at some safes I see they are 270lbs+ any ideas how to get that up a bunch of stairs?

seems about $390 is also the cheapest, unless someone knows anything a bit easier on my small wallet? I do not care if its fire proof or not, or thickness, just as long as it shuts and locks I'm happy.

johnny_22
01-24-2006, 7:19 AM
55 inch tall Stack-On safes (not the cabinet) are less than 200 lbs.

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/cb/cb.asp?a=148243

Otherwise, three to four of the in-wall Safari/Cannon Safes. I pulled one of these upstairs alone, easily.

delloro
01-24-2006, 8:25 AM
zanotti safes

joe_sun
01-24-2006, 9:20 AM
Well this might be too small for your needs but I just got one of the "10 gun" Sentry safes that Walmart sells for around $220.00.

It was the only one that would fit inside my tiny closet.

The following specs were taken from the walmart website.

Exterior dimensions: 55 1/8"H x 17"W x 16 5/8"D
Interior dimensions: 54 7/8"H x 16 3/4"W x 11 3/4"D
Weighs 170 lbs.
6.2 cu. ft. of storage capacity

johnny_22
01-24-2006, 10:08 AM
zanotti safes

Thanks for reminding me...

http://www.zanottiarmorsafes.com/about.html

http://www.corporatesafe.com/gunngard.asp

ArmedWolf
01-24-2006, 11:34 AM
Uuuuhhhhh Yeah, money is not an issue any more talking with the attorney and hearing the freaking huge amount of "no more worries" kinda cash headed my way, so yeah, next week I'm gonna go buy a new SUV in cash then go buy a safe in Cash and pay some guys to load it in cash hahahaha :D