This isn't my first gun safe, but it's by far the best. The fit and finish of this Sturdy Safe are amazing - you couldn't fit a razor blade into the door gap, much less a pry bar. I can heave the massive door closed and the air pressure inside stops it cold before it slams. Amazing. I'm getting ahead of myself - A lot of research went into buying this Big. Steel. Box. and the results always came up the same: get a bigger one. No matter how big of one you're planning on getting, get a bigger one. It'll pay off down the road in a lower cost per cubic foot of safe storage. Or were you planning on not buying any more toys and getting rid of all that stuff?? I ended up going with a Sturdy Safe out of Fresno, CA, a family-owned company that doesn't spend money on advertising, depending on word-of-mouth instead. Looking at this product, I feel that I owe them a good review. This thing is an excellent value. http://www.sturdysafe.com/ If you've researched safes, you know they tend to fall into the tin box/gun safe category and the OMGOMFG TL-15/TL-30 monster category. This one I found is in between, with a 7 ga. box, a quarter-inch front plus a hard plate, a custom relocker mechanism, and lightweight ceramic-wool fireproofing. It's that ceramic wool that makes the whole thing manageable, although it's still way too heavy to move without a trained crew. But you know, a conventional TL-30 with half the internal volume would've weighed more than my Honda - no exaggeration. So here's my review: don't waste your time in the race to the bottom with those tin boxes that Costco sells as safes - they can be opened by a determined tweaker in minutes, using only hand tools. If you're going to lock it up, then lock it up. But unless you've got a crate of gold bullion to protect, you don't want to deal with a standard burglary-type TL-30 safe either; they're just too expensive, too heavy, and too ridiculous. Check out the Sturdy Safe Company and decide for yourself - I'm writing this because unless you searched long and hard like I did, you never would have stumbled upon them. I have no association with the company except as a new customer.