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Re: Tractor Supply Gun Safes

Postby Scud » Thu Jun 14, 2018 7:40 pm

These sure help when moving if you don’t have steps.
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Re: Tractor Supply Gun Safes

Postby Kimber45 » Fri Jun 15, 2018 12:09 am

Scud wrote:These sure help when moving if you don’t have steps.

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Re: Tractor Supply Gun Safes

Postby lightsareout » Fri Jun 15, 2018 7:36 am

personally I would never buy a safe with an electronic lock.

Check the fire rating (if that is the objective) most of those cheaper safes won't have a chance in a real house fire.

Also, those safes are mostly a facade of security, they can be broken into within 15 minutes with a grinder/sawzall
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Re: Tractor Supply Gun Safes

Postby Shooter77 » Fri Jun 15, 2018 8:24 am

My first safe (Liberty Dial Lock) came from Southern States. Had a great deal on them and delivered it 50.00. The 2nd one was the Cannon (Key Pad) from TSC. Picked it up in a trailer and unloaded it with a pallet jack off the trailer. Both are the 36-40 gun ones and both are great. No problems with the locks. I changed out my battery to the Energizer Lith 9V not long after I got it. I've seen the 999 on sale a few times for 699. I leave mine on the pallet then borrow a pallet jack from work and moved them a couple times. Like everyone has said, get the biggest you can afford or fit in your place. They will fill up fast with other important things, just not guns. I have family albums, insurance papers and other paper work in mine. What ever the listing states as the # of guns, cut that in 1/2 - 1/3 that will actually fit.

My biggest problem as been the dehumidifiers. I've replaced at least 1 a year. I ended up buying a few extra and I bought one of the remington that has the color monitor on it and have both in each safe. i just keep a eye on the color monitor and then once a month i put my hand down by the other one to see if it's working.
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Re: Tractor Supply Gun Safes

Postby Mike Belt » Fri Jun 15, 2018 9:13 am

I can't remember exactly what mine weighs but it's about as heavy as they come. Last time I moved mine (4 of us) we used a piece of carpet that allowed us to slide it. It works on hard wood floors but not carpet. If you aren't on a slab foundation be sure to shore up under the floor before setting the safe in place.
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