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Discussion in 'Gun Safes & Secure Storage' started by Chromaflage, Mar 1, 2017.
Uh...fries them to a crisp?
Damn, that is a disgusting and disturbing series of photos.
Crazy bats, one-and-all.
I don't know about you guys but it made me fill out a credit check just to view that website. I can see why now.
Maybe that's why I couldn't view it.
That's strange. I had no problem with ads of any sort.
It is called a boy cut isn't it?
Analog = EMP proof.
Sarcasm runs deep on this site. It was a joke about how spendy their stuff is.
I got the sarcasm right after I hit the "Post" button.
Interesting. The website about security is having a security issue. Amazon and a lot of other companies that use Amazon software have been having issues and have been shutting down. Maybe something with that?
You could get a refrigerator and put a couple padlock hasps on It.
The doors are convertible for right or left swing and have a built in light and dehumidifier.
Some even have a special compartment for your cold cash
That's freakin' brilliant!!!
Check out Sturdy Safes at Gun Safes & Fire Safes by Sturdy Gun Safe Manufacturing. These people may well be able to give you a left hand door. They are very customer oriented.
I wouldn't touch an electric lock of any type. Especially biometric--I have no fingerprints.
By the way, I checked out the Brown Tactical 6018 vs the Sturdy 2419 with heavy walls that I own and the construction compares favorably with the Sturdy coming in at about half the cost.
The Sturdy safes are basic, few frills, but nice. Mine has S&G mechanical lock, 3/8" plate door with bolts anchoring between C channel frame made of 3/16" formed steel behind the door and rolled 4 gauge steel (just short of 1/4") door frame, fire lining. 16 gauge steel liner, gun rack and shelf.
There are options for additional steel and stainless steel welded on the interior so you can build as far as your budget will take you.
YES! Sun Welding Safe offers left hand hinge (LHH) standard on every safe! Right hand hinge (RHH) is an option available. Why LHH standard? read more on our website. Check us out at www.sunweldingsafes.com
Not always true. With a good quality safe you will have bolts on both sides of the door. Check out Sun Welding Safes.
EMP dial/keypad is used as a backup in the event your electronic keypad goes out. You would then have the option to use the dial to open the safe. SecuRam makes an awesome dual EMP lock.
EMP locks are designed against an EMP attack or used for backup to your digital keypad. It is a dual dial and keypad all in one lock. So in an EMP when the electronics are wiped you would have the dial as a backup to get into the safe.... That is if you still remember the dial combo and how to open it
Last fridge with hasp and locks on it was my buddies folks trying to keep his no good brother from stealing all the meat.
I don't think it worked.
I've got an EMP lock on my safe. Nice to know the mechanical backup is there. But yeah, you need to make sure you store the mechanical combo somewhere secure in case you do need to use it. It's comforting knowing there is a backup option.