Safecracking is one of the oldest “professionals” in fact, 100 years ago Safecrackers were known as Yeggmen who made their living by traveling by railroad breaking into small-town businesses and post offices where they cracked open safes to steal cash, stamps and other valuables.
Proper gun safety is programmed into the majority of gun owners' DNA. It comes with the territory. There are numerous ways to operate and travel with your weapon to ensure that there are no accidental discharges or mishaps, and you may already have gun safes in your home or vehicle for exactly that reason.
Every day we get calls from people asking us which one should I choose, either a dial combination lock as you see here or a digital electronic lock with a keypad. The purpose of this video is to explain the pros and cons of each lock and let you make up your own mind.
Hi, Dye the Safe Guy here, Dye Hawley, to talk about the Hayman Polyethylene floor safe model FS2300B. This is the mid-range floor safe in the Hayman Polyethylene line. This safe is 15" high by 18 1/2" wide and 15" deep. The Hayman FS2300B has 1.35 cubic feet of interior shelf space.
Dye the Safe Guy here, Dye Hawley manager of SafeandVaultStore.com. Today we are going to be talking about Burglar Fire Safes. First the construction, the fire rating, the burglar ratings and finally the locks.
Maybe you work in an office where you help maintain the computer systems? Maybe you work at a company that specializes in computers and IT? Maybe you are an independent consultant who is called in by multi-nationals to set up computer technology?
Whether you're a police officer, member of the military, hunter, or just a civilian who keeps a gun in your home for protection, it's essential that you understand how big a responsibility owning a gun is. They are not for everybody and you should be extremely safe in regards to your gun both when it's on your person and when it's inside your home.
One of the toughest things about travel is knowing what to do with your valuables in a hotel room? Sure there are small safes in most hotel rooms but these are usually not large enough to hold very much.
Detective Kevin Coffey is the founder of Corporate Travel Safety, has some great information to share on travel and how to assess and safety use hotel safes. I found this very valuable and now make sure to check the type of safe I use and always store larger valuables in the front desk safe at the hotel.
One of the best uses for safes is the safekeeping of important family and life documents such as marriage certificates, birth and death certificates, home deeds, stock or bond certificates, and other important financial documents. Even with the increased digitization of…well, everything it is still important to keep hard copies within easy reach.
We’ve already looked a myriad of different kinds of safes but one option that we haven’t touched on yet that remains a practical solution is the floor safe. In theory it’s quite similar to the wall safe but has some additional perks that may make it even more lucrative. The basic idea is to install a safe in your floor where it can be hidden from view but also easily accessible. Unlike the wall safe, however, there are a lot more options for a floor safe and additional perks that you may not know about. We’ll look at just how and why a floor safe can make a great addition to your home or business.
With the high price of childcare today, many men and woman are opting to stay home and take care of their children instead of going to work. This means that there is an increased number of part-time, small business owners as these moms and dads struggle to support their families. So, the question is, does a Stay at Home Mom or Dad need a home safe? Yes! An astounding yes!