Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by British Guy, Nov 28, 2018.
Also comes with a ladder to reach the combination lock.
Do want. Could fill.
I am still smiling, only four words, says it all. Thank you.
Even if my ceilings were tall enough, I'm not sure my foundation could handle it!
You'd have to build the house around it.
That's what I was thinking.
Heck I could live in the safe and use the house for gun storage
Nope...I'd be too paranoid that door would swing shut while I'm inside, on it's own or with the dog's help (or heck maybe with a little nudge from my wife).
Or you could put your house in the safe and never worry about security for anything again.
Should build my next house around one
Our safe room just got poured...its too short.
Or maybe that IS the safe room lol
I'd settle for a walk-in hidden room
Yup, that little thing would hold the stuff I’ve got stacked in the three safes outside of my gun room.
Build your own.
It cost me less than $15k to build a steel-reinforced, dehumidified, highly secure vault in my basement which holds my collection, a large safe, and a little cleaning space.
I would hate to be the guy that had to move that thing up a flight of stairs.
I think I might choose a less intrusive color for someone that big.
Exactly in which case why not build a safe room as part of the house.
Exactly, poured in place steel reinforced foot thick concrete walls with power, humidity control, air supply and communication capability so it can act like a safe room for you and your family as well - whether from weather/fire or hoodlums.
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