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    Gun Safe Overview: Amsec RFX703620

    To begin, this safe is a beast. This is the single most secure gun safe commercially available today. It is the only gun safe that has an Underwriter’s Laboratory TL-30x6 rating in addition to 2 hours of fire protection. Think of it as a combo gun and valuable safe. It is more secure than most burglar safes, more impervious to fire than most fire safes, and has the space you need for long guns with room to spare. Here we’ll look at some of the specifics.

    • Outside Dimensions: 76.00” H x 42.00” W x 29.25” D
    • Inside Dimensions: 70.00” H x 36.00” W x 20.00” D
    • Interior Cubic Feet: 29.17
    • Weight: 4,578 lbs
    • Burglar Rating: TL-30x6
    • Fire Rating: 2 hours
    Firstly, to go into a bit what makes this safe special is the burglar rating. TL-30x6 means that it has been tested on all six sides with high tech burglar tools. Most safes are only tested on the door or maybe all sides but rarely the roof and floor as well. The basics behind its safety is a 2 ½” barrier of inner and outer steel plates which enclose an interlocking heavy duty steel barrier, high pressure concrete, and a high density high strength ceramic matrix. It’s the real deal when it comes to safety. Additionally, the 2 hour fire rating is nothing to scoff at. This is the highest rating available and will ensure that there is no damage done in the event of a fire. The cons of this safe are not surprising. Mostly, the weight and the price. If you have the funds and you don’t plan on moving anytime soon this is as good as it gets. Amsec safes are proudly made in America and with a small upgrade you can get an LED light, dehumidifier rod, internal power strip, and jewelry case included. This is the safe you get when you don’t have a budget and you need a lot of space and a lot of protection. It’s about as good as it gets without having to hire a team of scientists to pioneer new types of metal and additional currently non-existent security measures.