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RedMonkey
11-11-2012, 11:10 AM
Hello,

Looking for a new safe and saw these two businesses in the County. Does anyone have any experience with them? Good, bad or indifferent?

Dean Safe (http://www.deansafe.com)
Liberty Safe (http://www.libertysafeventura.com)

Thanks,

RM

vintagearms
11-11-2012, 11:17 AM
I have used Dean Safe in Simi and they are GTG!

G-forceJunkie
11-11-2012, 5:57 PM
I bought a safe from Deans SFV wherehouse sale, they are legit. Keep an eye out, they have a parking lot sale occationaly with good deals on overstocks, scratch n dents, etc.

Kirk_Ferentz
11-12-2012, 2:07 PM
Not to hijack the post, but I'm looking at getting a safe ASAP ... do they have good prices, especially including the fact that I really need the thing delivered and placed in my home in central LA?

I was also considering Costco.

RedMonkey
11-12-2012, 6:42 PM
Not to hijack the post

My thread transponder code is set to 7500. :-)

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RedMonkey
11-20-2012, 8:38 PM
Quick update...

Made a purchase today from Dean Safe. (Liberty Safe is Dean Safe same business address) Got me a Liberty Safe. Great service, a very knowledgeable lady helped us out. Lots of different brands and models to look at. I'll post an update once it's delivered and installed.

FYI, they are having a parking lot sale Saturday Dec. 1st.

RM

TacticalPlinker
11-21-2012, 1:42 AM
Quick update...

Made a purchase today from Dean Safe. (Liberty Safe is Dean Safe same business address) Got me a Liberty Safe. Great service, a very knowledgeable lady helped us out. Lots of different brands and models to look at. I'll post an update once it's delivered and installed.

FYI, they are having a parking lot sale Saturday Dec. 1st.

RM

Do you they have any smaller/lighter weight safes (for rifles)? (as in not 500lbs and doesn't cost $500)

Reason I ask, I'm looking into getting a safe but I live in a 2nd floor apartment and it's just too difficult to get a safe up the stairs, plus I can't bolt it down and I don't want to haul it when I move again.

So far those Stack-On "safes" seem the only logical option, but I'm looking to see what else is available.

RedMonkey
11-21-2012, 6:33 AM
Do you they have any smaller/lighter weight safes (for rifles)? (as in not 500lbs and doesn't cost $500)

Reason I ask, I'm looking into getting a safe but I live in a 2nd floor apartment and it's just too difficult to get a safe up the stairs, plus I can't bolt it down and I don't want to haul it when I move again.

So far those Stack-On "safes" seem the only logical option, but I'm looking to see what else is available.

Something like THIS? (http://www.deansafe.com/sentry-safe-home-defense-center.html) I'd suggest to give them a call. Mary was the lady that helped me out. If you do mention you got their info from CalGuns. :-)

TacticalPlinker
11-21-2012, 7:09 AM
Something like THIS? (http://www.deansafe.com/sentry-safe-home-defense-center.html) I'd suggest to give them a call. Mary was the lady that helped me out. If you do mention you got their info from CalGuns. :-)

Yeah, that might work. It's a little bit expensive and small, but very cool.

I might be in Simi later today, if I am, I'll try and stop by and check 'em out. I'll be sure to mention you/Calguns.

Burbur
11-21-2012, 3:27 PM
Dean has a full lineup from lockers, to RSCs to real safes and everything in between. Nothing beats a little hands on experience to feel the difference between the $500 big-box retail "safe" and a $2000 box full of piece-of-mind.

Did anyone else notice the links in the OP share the same Simi Valley addres?

RedMonkey
11-21-2012, 6:28 PM
Dean has a full lineup from lockers, to RSCs to real safes and everything in between. Nothing beats a little hands on experience to feel the difference between the $500 big-box retail "safe" and a $2000 box full of piece-of-mind.

Did anyone else notice the links in the OP share the same Simi Valley addres?

Yes, post no. 6.

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gregr266
11-23-2012, 7:53 PM
They are good guys