Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Accord, Dec 30, 2005.
This was posted on ARFCOM:
Only needed 2 screwdrivers? Wow.
I fixed the pics.
Two bottom ones of the top set don't load.
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.
The lower end Liberty's still cost almost $1000. Pretty sad that they can be opened just as easily as a Sentry or StackOn.
So now the question is who makes good safes?
I opened a Sentry with a 2 screwdrivers
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
Both of them are too old to mess with me, or safecracking
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 .
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.