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Old July 28, 2012, 11:35 PM   #6
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Thanks, Foghorn, watched the video, read the comments, agreed with some. I feel better about my good quality safe. You can BARELY access one side if you stretch, and there is no way to get any leverage like demonstrated in this video, when hoodie-boy jumped with all his weight to get the door to pop. Also, security is layered - never depend on one single item.
I also agree, to get REAL security costs money, and that's for a TL rated safe. BIG bucks to get anything above an RSC, which is what most gun safes really are. My Cannon gun locker with two barrel key locks is rated the same, but I have a sneaking suspicion the larger model will probably hold out longer.
When I win the lottery, the gun safe will be a custom built vault.
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