GUN Liberty Safes FTL

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  1. Accord

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    This was posted on ARFCOM:

    http://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=6&f=2&t=192071
     
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    :eek4: Only needed 2 screwdrivers? Wow.
     
  3. Accord

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    I fixed the pics.
     
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    Two bottom ones of the top set don't load.
     
  5. Ford4Life

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    If I dropped a grand on Liberty Safe and it can be opened with 2 screwdrivers I'd be fucking pissed. They were the lower end models (bolts only on one side) but still.
     
  6. Accord

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    The lower end Liberty's still cost almost $1000. Pretty sad that they can be opened just as easily as a Sentry or StackOn.
     
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    So now the question is who makes good safes?
     
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    I opened a Sentry with a 2 screwdrivers :o
     
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    :eek3: I've got a little 4 cubic foot liberty model, but i'm upgrading to a big ass Cannon safe after the first of the year, so i'm not too worried. The only real reason I bought the liberty was because I got it dirt cheap and it had fire protection, which is what I was after at the time. I'm more concerned about fire's than I am robbers. The common criminal around here wouldnt waste their time with a safe anyway, and the only local people that know what's in mine are my boss and my FFL dealer :o
     
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    Both of them are too old to mess with me, or safecracking :o
     
  12. Accord

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    I've got $650 worth of AmEx gift cards that I got from rewards points coming next week and when they come i'm going to buy a Cannon safe. Too bad it's going to be like $950 so i'll have to pay the difference :o.
     
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    I wonder how long it took them to crack those safes open.

    I'm needing something small and really more worried about fire protection and someone doing a quick smash'n'grab type deal. Not sure anyone would break into my apt expecting a safe. Do not really want to have to spend $1k on a small safe.
     

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