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Pictures of light kit in AMSEC safe

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by LRHOGFAN, Nov 20, 2009.

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  1. LRHOGFAN

    LRHOGFAN Member

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    I ordered my safe with a light kit, but somehow they forgot to put it in from the factory. Thankfully they were nice enough to send me the kit to install myself. The problem is that they didn't really include any directions. It would be fantastic if I could get some good photos of the AMSEC light kit as it came from the factory. I am not so much interested in any homemade setups as I need to see where I need to put my stuff that came from the factory.

    I appreciate any help that can be offered.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. a1abdj

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    Have you contacted your dealer?
     
  3. LRHOGFAN

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    Yeah, he is supposed to be emailing me some pictures. He has been very helpful in getting the retrofit kit sent out and he also had AMSEC throw in a free pistol box for my troubles.

    I posted this last night hoping to get some pictures in the evening before Bill was able to get to work today.

    Thanks for your help Mr. Zykan.
     
  4. a1abdj

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    I have a lot of photos, but none of them show the lights.

    The reason I mentioned speaking with your dealer is that AMSEC has used a few different lighting kits. The one they sent you loose, may not be the one they currently install themselves.

    Personally, I try to stay away from the kits, as we can install our own kits that provide better light at a lower cost.

    How many lights were included with your kit? If it's an odd number, then the lights will usually be installed on the top, and the sides. If it's an even number, the lights will usually be installed along the top only, or along the sides only.
     
  5. LRHOGFAN

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    The light kit that I have has the larger light that goes in the back of the safe and the smaller light that goes at the top above the door opening. I will try to take some pics and document the installation in case this happens to anyone else.
     
  6. LRHOGFAN

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    I'll just start with some of the pics that I took as I finished up my project for today. I need to get some 16gauge wire crimps to shorten the wire to the upper light.

    This is on a BF6636 safe from AMSEC

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  7. AmmoEqualsGold

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    Gun Safe Lighting Kits - No Tools required

    I bought these very bright led lights for my safe and they were simple to install. No tools...just use the sticky velcro they supply. If you've done your research like me these kits are very inexpensive considering some other stores/websites...probably helps since they are the manufacturer. :neener:

    They have a Father's Day SALE right now...$10 off. Just click on the Father's Day Sale link on the bottom of the homepage. They have the best prices too. Let's just say that other companies are charging over $400 for these.

    Special colors (blue and red) are available by special request. The lighting in the picture is their standard LED Deluxe kit.

    They specialize in manufacturing and sell mostly bulk to the safe companies. Compare these to the rest of the gun safe light kits out there that use fluorescents or cheesy rope lights. Hands down these are the best gun safe lighting kits you can buy.

    Also, their customer service rocks! The owner contacted me and offered to give me a free light if he could use one of my pictures for his website. SOLD! Not that I need another light but hey, why not, these lights are awesome! He also said they have a referral program so if a buddy of yours buys a kit and was referred by you...they'll send you a free light. :what:


    *The pictures below are of a 25 cu ft (about 3.5ft X 5ft X 2ft) running on the battery operated kit.

    http://www.LightMySafe.com



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