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Security Products1 Safes

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by JDAM, Sep 27, 2009.

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  1. JDAM

    JDAM Member

    Sep 26, 2009
  2. a1abdj

    a1abdj Member

    Jul 21, 2005
    St. Charles, MO (St. Louis)
    I have a local customer that owns one of their safes that uses the key locking system. It has served him well for several years, but he now uses AMSEC products.

    Looks like most of their safes are 1/4" doors on 10 gauge bodies.
  3. CB900F

    CB900F Member

    Feb 22, 2003

    "We build the most secure safes in the industry". I could wax extremely sarcastic here, but I won't. The quoted sentence is pure malarky, if we're referencing the safe & vault industry. Of course, it could be correct if the industry being referred to is the paper-mache storage industry. Oops, I think I waxed. How many banks use this manufacturer's product for any purpose?

    I sell Graffunder safes, which are true U.L. rated safes, not RSC's. Go to: www.graffundersafes.com and compare. The Graffunder's are not in the same price range, but the issue I'm addressing is the blanket statement that Security Products builds the most secure safes in the industry. In point of fact, U.L. will not rate a unit using guage metal body construction as a safe. Those are Residential Security Container's or RSC's.

    In my professional opinion, the AMSEC BF series is probably the best of the RSC's on the market today. If you're in the market for a true safe, by all means, drop me a PM.

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