If you receive your safe and you notice a broken safe handle, don't panic. You don't have to send the safe back and you don't have to have someone come in your home or business to replace it. It's easy to replace yourself and we can show you how.
Isn’t it about time that you upgraded your gun room? Perhaps you already have a heavy-duty vault door to keep out those who shouldn’t be in the room, but you want to do something more. Maybe you are looking for better storage options that are aesthetically appealing and highly functional.
People stored their precious possessions in safes long before modern safes with high-security electronic digital locks, biometric fingerprint scanners, and trusted UL-ratings. Although lacking the technology of their modern counterparts, these fascinating antique safes were truly state-of-the-art and complex for their time.
What if you could retrofit your room into a safe room that will protect you from a deadly calamity, ghastly enemy, or ugly zombie? If you’ve ever thought about having a safe room at home, then you seem wiser than ±99.1386% of the population.
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.