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    TSC Gun Safe

    Anyone use a Liberty Revere or Cannon gun safe? I don't have any need for something at the Oceans Eleven level secure but I'm just looking for something that will be primarily used to keep things away from kids and store ammo. Any real life reviews? TSC has marked both down $100 to $600-$700.



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    #2
    I don't have anything about those safes but if your buying one and spending 600-700 what not spend a little more for a better built one. I have one from sturdy safe there more but I guess you get what you pay for.

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      #3
      Waiting to buy a house before I commit to a safe, right now they're behind a false wall. Will surround whatever I buy with 3" of sheetrock when I do decide what I'm getting.
      Whenever there is doubt, there is no doubt.

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        #4
        Cannon has one of the best no questions asked warrantees.

        I own an AMSEC and they can suck my dick. After we flooded I called to BUY a replacement interior and they told me to pond sand. They had no interest in helping me at all.

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          #5
          Originally posted by rockmup View Post
          Cannon has one of the best no questions asked warrantees.

          I own an AMSEC and they can suck my dick. After we flooded I called to BUY a replacement interior and they told me to pond sand. They had no interest in helping me at all.
          Ouch, I guess I can take them off my "look at" list.
          Whenever there is doubt, there is no doubt.

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            #6
            We have the big tractor supply cannon. Haven't had a problem with it except that the shelves sag with enough weight on them A few pieces of 2x4s ran down to the next support fixed that pretty easy. Other than that I think I've replaced the battery once in the last 10ish years. I'm happy with it

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              #7
              Cannon has one of the best no questions asked warrantees.
              This is what sold me.

              I have a cannon wide body. Seems to be a decent safe. They are cheaper because the interior is cheaper. I don't look inside very often so I don't really care.

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                #8
                Originally posted by rockmup View Post
                Cannon has one of the best no questions asked warrantees.

                I own an AMSEC and they can suck my dick. After we flooded I called to BUY a replacement interior and they told me to pond sand. They had no interest in helping me at all.
                thats unfortunate. amsec is who i was going to recommend for actual security and fire rating.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Texas97 View Post

                  thats unfortunate. amsec is who i was going to recommend for actual security and fire rating.
                  I have the cannon 80? Gun safety it seems kinda flimsy to me but I haven't had any problems with it but I've only had it for a year.

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                    #10
                    I've got a Cannon 48?? Wide Tall, that probably six years old, It's held up well.

                    They're worth the coin if you know what you're getting and set expectations realistically.

                    If it's in an uncontrolled fire you've got a nice place to store all your charcoal, they're fire resistant not proof.

                    If a thief has more that 10 minutes uninterrupted it's not safe...

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by inthefield View Post
                      If a thief has more that 10 minutes uninterrupted it's not safe...
                      To be fair, very very few sub $5000 safes are going to stand up to 10 minutes of work by a pro. Really a safe is just to slow down/make them move on to easier things to grab when it comes down to it.
                      “Christianity neither is, nor ever was a part of the common law.”-Thomas Jefferson, 2/10/1814

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Overbear View Post

                        To be fair, very very few sub $5000 safes are going to stand up to 10 minutes of work by a pro. Really a safe is just to slow down/make them move on to easier things to grab when it comes down to it.
                        My point exactly, the sub $1K tractor supply stuff is a bargain, you don't really gain much more than finish until you hit that really high end, so why waste the resources. Another point to add is that on the advice of some friends that have been digging fires for a living for a while now, I've put all my documents in a fire box inside the safe again it's no guaranty but it's something.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by inthefield View Post

                          My point exactly, the sub $1K tractor supply stuff is a bargain, you don't really gain much more than finish until you hit that really high end, so why waste the resources. Another point to add is that on the advice of some friends that have been digging fires for a living for a while now, I've put all my documents in a fire box inside the safe again it's no guaranty but it's something.
                          I am planing out a setup in my shops office. Going to line the outside of the safe (one of the TSC safes) with 2 layers of 1" drywall, then box it into the corner with concrete and cinderblock. I figure that will be about the best I can do.
                          “Christianity neither is, nor ever was a part of the common law.”-Thomas Jefferson, 2/10/1814

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                            #14
                            If you want to keep your kids out, why not get one of those gun cabinets? They are a couple hundred bucks and you can move them by yourself. If all you are trying to go is keep your kids out, that is the way to go.

                            OB is right, a sub 5k safe is not really that safe.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by BigGreenMonster View Post
                              If you want to keep your kids out, why not get one of those gun cabinets? They are a couple hundred bucks and you can move them by yourself. If all you are trying to go is keep your kids out, that is the way to go.

                              OB is right, a sub 5k safe is not really that safe.
                              To be fair, most of those sub $1k gun "safes" can be moved by yourself also. A dolly is pretty easy to come by. Many of them are sub-600#

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