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post #16 of 21 (permalink) Old 09-06-2019, 08:26 PM Thread Starter
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Well, I decided to go with the Liberty National Classic Select. Getting a good deal on in IMHO. It has a couple of paint chips that the dealer had to point out to me and its going in my basement so I'm not worried about it.
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post #17 of 21 (permalink) Old 09-07-2019, 02:50 AM
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Check out Sturdy Gun Safes. They are custom built to your specs and can be configured similarly to a Liberty safe, but for typically less money. I got the smallest 60" tall model which was 19" wide and it weighed almost 800 lbs, so it's got some steel in it. The company also has some interesting videos on their site comparing their product to other safes.

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Check out Sturdy Gun Safes. They are custom built to your specs and can be configured similarly to a Liberty safe, but for typically less money. I got the smallest 60" tall model which was 19" wide and it weighed almost 800 lbs, so it's got some steel in it. The company also has some interesting videos on their site comparing their product to other safes.

Good luck with your search,

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I just looked at theirs and for the same size as what I'm buying, Sturdy Safe looks to be $1,000 more than the Liberty. But I'm getting a good deal because it has 2-3 paint nicks that had to be pointed out after touch up. I'm happy with it.
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My brother-in-law (the hunter) would say gun safes are like garages Ö can't be too big or too secure.
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post #21 of 21 (permalink) Old 09-08-2019, 07:35 PM
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Due to financial constraints, when my boys were young I bought a Knaack jobsite tool locker box and built a rifle rack and top pistol tray. No it's not going to deter a determined thief with a cutting wheel, nor is it fireproof, but I'm still glad to have it before I shell out big bucks for the real deal.
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