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Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by silkshocker, Jan 30, 2012.

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  1. silkshocker

    silkshocker Member

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    Hello all,
    I'm looking for names of reputable gun safe manufacturer for a school project. Can anyone recommend one or a website to visit? Thanks.
     
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    Libertysafe.com
     
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    Brown Safes - high end, pricey, but excellent quality

    http://www.brownsafe.com/

    Other names known around here:
    Browning
    Amsec
    Fort Knox
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    Do a search in the Accessories forum, there is a ton of info there regarding RSCs and actual safes.
     
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    Heritagesafe.com
     
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    What kind of school project are you doing that involves a gun safe? You have got me curious, is this for high school, tech school, undergrad, grad school???
     
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    Forth Knoxx, Browning, American Sercurity
     
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    http://visaliasafes.com/ I live near their showroom and they have several safes from national brands cut open to show the difference in materials. These things are way overbuilt.
     
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    The project is for my MBA program.
     
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    another question, would anyone be interested in an in-wall shot gun safe? I'm not talking about a big safe as seen on this forum but more like a smaller safe designed specifically for shotguns or smaller long barrel guns. You can mount the safe to the wall to deter the burglar from taking the whole thing. I'm just gathering feedback here. No selling of anything on my part. This is for my class project. Thank you for participating.
     
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    It has already been done:

    http://vlineind.com/html/closet_vault.html
     
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