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Old September 28, 2005, 09:41 AM   #1
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Bolt together safe companies.

I know there are a few safe manufacturers that makes safes that bolt together from 6 sides. I have found the following:

ModuleX 131 by citysafe ( )
Pros: Good looking construction and good size.
Cons: Hellishly heavy. Probably very expensive since I can't find pricing.

Zanotti Armor Safe ZA-I ( )
Pros: Well thought of and a few good articles on them.
Cons: Expensive and not a lot of choices.

Gunn Gard Modular Safe ( )
Pros: Easy Assembly. Digital Lock. Good Price.
Cons: Not as good protection as some safes.

Thinking outside the box (err safe):
JoBox Jobsite Storage box. ( )
Pros: inexpensive but still good security, Easy to obtain and transport (I can get them locally from tractor supply house.)
Cons: not as easy access as safe and I would have to make racks inside for stuff. (not that big of a deal to me)

So does anyone else have other modular safes they know about. I will be installing the safe/jobsite box in my basement and will be bolted down to floor. Not too worried about fire rating. However getting the thing into my basement and moving it is an issue, would prefer a "bolt together" safe or a safe weighing less than 300Lbs.
Current Collection
Marlin Model 60 (my first gun)
Ruger Mark-II .22LR Competition pistol (heavily modified)
CVA Bobcat .50Cal Blackpower
Mosin Nagant 91/30 (1942)
Marlin 336 .30-30 Lever Action
Yugo SKS 59/66
Bulgarian Makarov
Swiss K-31
Rock Island 1911A1

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Old September 28, 2005, 11:15 AM   #2
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I'd only run across Zanotti, so you're way ahead of me.

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