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Would like to get something to put my less expensive guns in. 25-30 cubic ft. with S&G locks.
 

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Lowes has one, fire resisitant, decent size, $400 regular price. Academy has one of thier fire resistant safes, normally $500 now onsale for $400. Not sure what you want, but you may want to look at these two. I bought the one from Lowes, it's the Centurion series by liberty.
 

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Have had the local Harbor Freight NOT honor the 20% off coupons if it is a sale item ....
 

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Thanks all. For a 2nd safe, they all look good. Remember boys and girls, decide which safe you want and then buy the next size up. I did that 20 years ago, may have to change it to next two sizes up.
 

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Sidroski, If You have not got a safe yet, Tractor Supply Co. has a 36 gun Cannon for $699.99. I have one and am pleased with it.
 

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I got the larger one from Lowes last year and it was on sale so about $575 delivered-otherwise it was MSRP of $799. Decent enough for my working guns with a good lock but it's assembled in China which was the surprise that Liberty was embarassed to share. It had an American S & G lock and was 25-30 cubic feet. The Cannon sounds like a good buy if you can find it in stock- I couldn't and it would have been a special order for full price. I should mention that a few safe manufacturers are outsourcing the lower grades of safes to China to maximize profit so look before you buy to get American.
 

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My Liberty is 20 y.o., wonder if it was assembled in China? Haven't seen anything other than Utah I think. The Tractor Supply in Hazlehurst had several Cannons a week ago.
 

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all I can say is buy the biggest one they got Sid...or bunches of smaller ones...depending on what you are trying to store...

Them Big en's is a PIA to move bro....
 

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sidroski said:
My Liberty is 20 y.o., wonder if it was assembled in China? Haven't seen anything other than Utah I think. The Tractor Supply in Hazlehurst had several Cannons a week ago.
Liberty Safes admitted that this is a recent practice. I would have chosen the Cannon had they been in stock. The Liberty is a good facsimile of a US made one albeit for a very reasonable price.
 
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