A real adventure awaits! (Yes this is gun related because I may find a gun inside, and it also helps others protect their gun safes...). I bought an old 1400 lb safe made by Gary. Appears to be a business style safe with a top access round door for small safe drops/access to top compartment, and also a main square front door, but that handle is broken off. Both are combonation style locks. The safe appears to be steel with concrete fill for weight and/or perhaps fire proofing. It was stored outside for some time. Safe is rusty on the outside, and the owner said that when he moved it some water drained from the bottom. It's about 2'x2'x3' in size. Safe probably has no more value as a 'safe' but I would like to preserve it as much as possible without total destruction. Cutting a hole in the back or prying the doors open IS an option if feasible. I definately need to access this bugger. I'm thinking realistically this was probably a small business safe, designed for employee drops. So theoretically it could and most realistically would contain paper money and coin money. It could also contain some precious metals or gems, if it were in that sort of business. Perhaps some jewelry. And possibly a handgun for protection for the business if they were robbed. I know that's all likely fantasy, but it's a cool adventure. If it contained any of these items, I fear that the paper money and any iron/steel metals would have been destroyed by the water. But coins, PMs, and jewels would survive... Anyway, who here has any experience or contacts in the safe opening business or can give me affordable options for getting into this safe?