I'm in the market for a safe now and I remember seeing a thread (or link?) a while back of a guy whose safe didn't really protect anything when he had a fire. Anyone know what I'm talking about? Meanwhile, I'm checking out Cannon's Safari "Dangerous Game" series LOL holy crap those are big pics. Note: the interior shot is of the Serengeti series, which is a step down and the door is 3/4" thinner. or Sportsman Steel's "Arsenal" series. The Cannon website has more specific numbers on the fire protection of their safes, even though the SpSt site has a big page devoted to how important fire protection is.... I've mailed them both requesting more info. The Dangerous Game safe is fully $700 more than the SpSt safe of similar size; and I know in safes you get what you pay for... right? The DG safe says it's good for 90 minutes @ 1200 degrees; the SpSt safe says "75 minutes of fire protection." I mailed both companies asking for further information on their product. So. Anyone know about that one thread with the burned safe?