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On 3/8/2022 at 10:11 AM, Il Duce said:

Gun vault GV2000C

This was the first one I bought to secure pistols. I bolted it to a shelf and the wall in a closet. Upgraded to a bigger safe once I started building ARs. Still have it and use it for in- use handguns I don’t put into the bigger safe. 

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I bought this one and have been using it for about 6 months.  Sole purpose was to keep a pistol readily accessible in the bedroom and keep it out of little hands. The safe can be opened with a key, a combination, or an RFID fob or card.  Probably wouldn't slow down a burglar much, but keeps little hands off as intended.  I felt it was well worth $65 fort the peace of mind it provides. 


RPNB Pistol Safe Quick Access... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08JCNBVDC?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share


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I've got a Vaultek that I keep in my nightstand. Bought from Nashville Safe house. No complaints and I've had it a couple of years. It has a keypad for a code or fingerprint reader on it. Easy to get into relatively quickly if needed. It also has an alarm that will go off if someone like a child is messing with it. 



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I have a $60 sentry electronic drawer safe, actually have multiple of these, you can keep them portable or bolt them in place, I find these have been actually great. I have three bolted in place around my house, a fourth and fifth bolted into vehicles, and a sixth for hotels.

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Have multiple  Stack on safes for ammo and firearms (two more not shown are for rifles and carry handguns).




Most people think these are useless.  Oddly, they are similar to what my old Sheriffs' Dept used for duty weapons. 

If you think these are easy to break into, I had to cut the door off one with a cutting disk when I lost they key. Took a long time and that cabinet is now at the recycliers

Are anchored to both concrete floor and wall studs with bolts.

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