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Do you own a safe?

Gracie - Proud Conservative 2012/04/14 21:26:15
I just bought a new large safe for our guns and valuables. It's a Liberty Safe, made in America. Do you own a safe?
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  • Biki~pwcm/potl~ 2012/04/14 22:54:50
    Biki~pwcm/potl~
    +6
    yes, it's big, bolted to the wall and packed full of things that will kill the zombies in the coming apocalypse. ;-)

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  • nails 2012/04/16 02:31:04
    nails
    +1
    Yes I do Gracie.It's a privite box provided by my bank when you deposite a certain amount of cash.It's used for personell item's.Coinage,important papers.Documentation of will,
    all thing's burial,etc.
  • jc 2012/04/15 14:52:46
    jc
    +2
    I have owned Liberty gun safes.I like them because they're sturdy,300 lbs and moderately affordable.They work in keeping children and honest people out. And they discourage or at least slow a thief down.Bolting your safe down to a floor in a closet out of immediate sight also helps. liberty gun safe centurian
  • Hsmagst 2012/04/15 06:15:47
  • Gracie ... Hsmagst 2012/04/16 04:05:01
    Gracie - Proud Conservative
    1000 lbs! Wowser! No one is carrying that out the door!
  • ChickenZombie~FIRE™ 2012/04/15 05:59:02
    ChickenZombie~FIRE™
    +4
    No, I never had a use for one.
  • sash 2012/04/15 05:52:49
    sash
    +4
    1 in the floor and 1 in the wall. There are so many reasons nowadays that make it necessary to have at least 1.
  • marylou5 sash 2012/04/16 16:23:30
    marylou5
    +2
    Unfortunately that is the case, not only to keep papers safe from fire but home invaders and drug addicts are getting bolder.
  • sash marylou5 2012/04/23 20:17:09
    sash
    +1
    My mother is 88, has serious health issues and lives with us, I have lupus. Between the 2 of us there are times when I pick up some serious narcotic medications at the pharmacy. I was robbed as I was getting in my car and my purse was taken. The Police told me that people have been hanging around the pharmacies in town, listening to what people are picking up then targeting them. Not only does some junkie have my wallet and personal info, they know that my home has vicodin, morphine, etc. in it. Add in the threat of that civilian army and The alarm system, gated community, german shepherd and safes are not enough.
  • marylou5 sash 2012/04/24 04:00:58
    marylou5
    +1
    Please, find a pharmacy with a drive through window and call in your prescription renewal from home! You are a walking target! Or order through mail order as there is no identifier on the pkg. that it is drugs of any kind, and it's postage free!....Besides, it's usually cheaper, you don't have to use gas or jeopardize life and limb to go get it!
  • Gracie ... marylou5 2012/04/24 04:06:44
    Gracie - Proud Conservative
    +1
    True, mail order is much safer. I deliver as many prescriptions as I do mail!
  • marylou5 2012/04/15 05:41:28 (edited)
    marylou5
    +1
    oops....
  • marylou5 2012/04/15 05:04:59
    marylou5
    +2
    Yes, a couple, one permanently set in cement when the house was built and bolted down from the inside. Another "invisible" one bolted in the wall/floor for valuables like jewelry, gold, cash and "suitable protection" against Obama's civilian army!!
  • Gracie ... marylou5 2012/04/16 04:05:42
    Gracie - Proud Conservative
    +1
    Very nice. I'd do that if we built another house!
  • marylou5 Gracie ... 2012/04/16 16:27:14
    marylou5
    +1
    We were lucky that the architect mentioned it when we were building.
    It was not something I thought about myself...but I did recognize a good idea:-)
  • rknothead 2012/04/15 04:42:52
    rknothead
    +1
    Not yet, but I've been looking to see what's available to hold the same kind of items. How would you rate your liberty safe in terms of bang for your $ and workmanship?
  • marylou5 rknothead 2012/04/15 05:45:02
    marylou5
    +2
    All safes are rated for fire etc etc..depends what you want to protect and what you wish to spend to protect it.

    I dropped my bank safety deposit boxes years ago when I found the contents are not insured by the bank,............. after a bank robbery of SD boxes in MA!!
    I figured I'd eventually end up ahead buying my own!

    Bought the biggest and best, we could afford. You only buy it once! You'll notice many are buying a second one because they bought just a small one for paper fire protection.
    The reasons for buying a safe have expanded in recent times, unfortunately

    Don't "advertise" that you have a safe except to those who need to know!
    Plan/build your space before you buy, and reinforce wall or floor if need be (they are heavy)! Have a dolly handy to move it!! Also put in obscure place out of sight!

    We keep a small one for important papers, insurance, passports etc we have to access frequently that is a bit more visible.
  • rknothead marylou5 2012/04/15 13:09:47
    rknothead
    +1
    thanks for the info. Two safes make more sense to me now.
  • marylou5 rknothead 2012/04/15 14:42:34
    marylou5
    +1
    Glad I could help!
  • Gracie ... rknothead 2012/04/16 04:06:32
    Gracie - Proud Conservative
    +1
    Good, it cost less than $900 delivered.
  • H H 2012/04/15 04:16:14
    H H
    +2
    I just bought a second one last month.
  • john Kills 2012/04/15 03:25:51
    john Kills
    +2
    Of course I do.
  • Rick 2012/04/15 02:43:54 (edited)
    Rick
    +3
    I have a small safe. I need a bigger one.
    Safe
  • Gracie ... Rick 2012/04/15 02:45:47
    Gracie - Proud Conservative
    +1
    I've heard a lot of men say that but really, it's not about the size, it's about the quality! LOL!
  • Rick Gracie ... 2012/04/15 02:47:48
    Rick
    +1
    If it's small enough for my girlfriend to walk away with it...LOL
  • Rick Gracie ... 2012/04/15 02:52:01
    Rick
    +1
    Now I've got a BIG ONE! LOL
  • Gracie ... Rick 2012/04/15 02:58:55
  • Rick Gracie ... 2012/04/15 03:03:02
    Rick
    +1
    You got me on that one. You're as bad as the other Gracie. LOL
    bad girl
  • JT For Political Reform 2012/04/15 02:23:38
    JT For Political Reform
    +2
    Yep and it's bolted to a concrete floor.
  • Gracie ... JT For ... 2012/04/15 02:29:23
    Gracie - Proud Conservative
    +2
    Just what I'd expect!
  • JT For ... Gracie ... 2012/04/15 02:34:56
    JT For Political Reform
    +2
    And I have these to help prevent people from even getting that far to see it. 40 cal glock 23 38 Smith and Wesson snub nose revol
    ver 38 Colt cober
    %20revolver 12 gauge pump riot gun And a few more, I think you get the picture...lol.
  • Gracie ... JT For ... 2012/04/15 02:46:28
    Gracie - Proud Conservative
    +1
    That last one really gives me second thoughts about breaking in!!!!
  • JT For ... Gracie ... 2012/04/15 02:49:12
    JT For Political Reform
    LOL. Can't miss with that one.
  • soland 2012/04/15 02:17:24
    soland
    +1
    gun safe yes.
  • words to live by 2012/04/15 01:39:13
    words to live by
    +1
    We purchased our Liberty safe 20 years ago. I have everything important in there. I got the one like your picture above. It will never go out of the house. That thing is heavy!
  • Gracie ... words t... 2012/04/15 01:43:28
    Gracie - Proud Conservative
    +1
    No doubt!
  • SoD 2012/04/15 00:05:37
    SoD
    +2
    Yeah, I still need to bolt it to the floor.

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