I'l have to take a look there also. I'm starting to shop for a new safe. When I just hand hand guns I bought a fire resistant office safe, but now that I have 4 long guns I'm thinking about getting a safe to hold those too. I'm looking for one that holds long guns in one half, and has shelves in the other half that I can use for handguns, cash , jewelery etc. It just can't be too heavy to carry up a flight of stairs, so that i can keep it in my bedroon closet.Mastino177 said:I would take a look at Legacy in Discover Mills then...they are right across from Bass Pro inside the mall.
You'd be suprised. Do some reading over at thehighroad.org about safes. If I recall correctly, there are a couple of pro locksmiths that do a lot of talking about gun safes. Apparently it's much easier to get in one that you would think. Not that most robberies will allow the time or effort for that, just that it is a very real possibility.Mastino177 said:I'm more worried about fire than anything else. I find it unlikely that someone will have the resources or time to cut on a safe.
If you live on the ground floor, get a Ryder truck with a lift gate, a really good appliance dolly (one with a motor lift on it if you have any stairs to negotiate) and a Maytag box...rajl said:Yeah, I'd thought about Zanotti Armor because their safes are collapsible. I live in apartments and move every year or two years, so it would be nice to not have to hire professionals every year to move the safe. I could just take it apart and put it back together. Problem is that it doesn't seem very fire proof (my most likely danger) and the steel on the sides is thin enough to be defeated with a fireaxe or concrete saw. On the plus side though, with the Zanotti, I could have it delivered in pieces, making much less obvious that I have a safe in the first place. Buying one of the behemoth liberty safes would require delivery, which would advertise to the entire community "he has something valuable because he just had a safe delivered".