Vault doors?

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  1. littlegsxr

    littlegsxr
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    Any one have a good line on a decent vault door? They range alot in price on the internet... My brother in law is building a safe room, concrete walls and roof, just need to find a good door.:thumbup:
     
  2. Gunner69

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  3. longcolt

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    I am sure Fort Knox can assist you if you want to go first class.:thumbup:
     
  4. mccullogh

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    Most of the safe companies will sell the vault doors. I would suggest one with a higher quality locking system and a relocker like National Security and others use. The larger locksmiths deal with Very high security and sometimes get used safes from businesses that are closing. They may have a line on a used vault door.
     
  5. Gunner3456

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    Maybe you could find a used Diebold or Mosler bank vault door, lol. That'll keep things locked up. :)
     
  6. spectra

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    Good point but just remember those are big and can cost alot to move:laugh:

    When we demode the federal reserve here in P town they had a qoute of almost 20K to just get the vault door from basement level to the street:huh: This door was almost 18 inchs thick and had at least 2 inch pins. Sweet looking door and was all SS with clear panels all over it. Needless to say it is still hanging there:laugh: Nice vault though you could house a nice collection in there:thumbup:
     
  7. Gunner3456

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    Cheapskate! :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: I said it would keep things locked up. I didn't say it would save you money. :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
     
  8. BillM

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    +1 on checking with the local locksmith/security companies. I picked up
    a used Diebold Class A security/2 hour fire rating vault door that was a
    take-off from a records vault at a local college. Weighs about 700#.

    Needed a paint job----$200.
     
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