Posted by Dye Hawley onDye 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.
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Posted by Dominic Schwebs onDeadbolt locks are more secure than your average spring bolt lock because they can't be moved into the open position by force.
Posted by Dominic Schwebs onMany safes today come with a standard Group II Dial Combination Lock. Some of our customers choose to upgrade to the Group II Digital Electronic Lock for the safe they purchase.
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Here is a tutorial on how to remove your safe door from Dye the Safe Guy. Hi, Dye, The Safe Guy here today to talk to you about how to remove a door from safe. Why would you want to do that? We have a lot of do it yourself customers, and generally speaking, on a safe that's up to 500 pounds, maybe a little more, six, seven, 800 pounds, if you're a person that has some friends with strong backs, you could probably do the delivery inside of your house, after the safe is delivered to the curbside.
Posted by Dominic Schwebs onEvery gun owner understands how important it is to keep firearms safe and secure. From preventing unwanted entry and stopping theft in its tracks to ensuring that rare, expensive, or cherished guns remain intact and in impeccable condition, there’s nothing more important than security. Because of this, purchasing a gun safe is a priority for many dedicated gun owners. While there are hundreds, if not thousands, of gun safes on the market, none does its job quite so well as the AMSEC BF6030 Gun and Rifle Safe. Designed to offer stunning good looks and truly unparalleled security for your handguns and rifles,the AMSEC BF6030 is every gun owner’s dream.
Posted by Dominic Schwebs onThe Safe & Vault Store.com's Christmas specials on safes will give you a great idea of what thoughtful and practical gifts you can give this holiday season.
Posted by Dominic Schwebs onWhether you're using floor safes or wall safes, safe accessories can help you store your valuables more efficiently. This is especially true when it comes to handguns. Handguns and holsters can take up room if you're not using the space in your safe wisely. Fortunately, the right kind of safe accessories can help to free up more room in your gun safe to fit your needs.
Posted by Alexis Baldwin onIn case our step-by-step guide didn’t help you decide to undertake your wall safe installation yourself, we’ve dug up this great video that will show you just how simple and easy the process is.
Posted by Dye Hawley onHi, I'm Dye The Safe Guy, manager of www.safeandvaultstore.com here today to talk about the AMSEC BF6030.
Posted by Dominic Schwebs onDye the Safe Guy reviews the AMSEC CE4524 AMVAULT TL-15 High-Security Composite Safe. He talks about the features and benefits of the CE4524 and also talks about the benefits of buying a TL-15 high security safe.
Posted by Dominic Schwebs onYou can't plan for a gun-related accident, but you can prevent one. Handgun safes protect your firearms from unauthorized users and prevent accidents.
Posted by Dominic Schwebs onUnderwriters Laboratory (U.L) is a product safety testing and certification organization that develops standards for many products, materials, components, assemblies, tools and equipment.
Posted by Dominic Schwebs onIf you own a firearm or are considering purchasing one, it’s critical that you know proper gun safety practices to avoid injuries and ensure that your weapons function safely.
Posted by Dye Hawley onMaybe 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?
Posted by Alexis Baldwin onBuying your first fireproof safe can be a fun and enlightening endeavor. There is a multitude of options to choose from and countless ways to customize your safe to perfectly suit your needs.
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Hi, Dye the Safe Guy here again. My name is Dye Hawley, manager of Safe and Vault Store.com. Today we are going to be talking about deposit safes. All the way from the small standard deposit safe like you see here, to a double chamber deposit safe with an extra...
Posted by Dominic Schwebs onOne of the most important things to do when you purchase a firearm is to buy a gun safe. Approximately 72% of kids under the age of nine know where their parents keep their firearms and 89% of accidental shooting deaths involving children happen in the home.
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Many gun owners look to secure their firearms in a fireproof gun safe, whether required to do so by law, for personal safety, or to prevent theft or damage in case of a fire.
Posted by Dye Hawley onHi, Dye Hawley here, Dye the Safe Guy to talk about high security safes. But first a little background. Before modern day safes, all they had was steel plate safes with a 1" steel door here and 1" of steel in the body, they were rated by Underwriters Laboratory TL-15. Higher rated safes, TL-30, have a 1 1/2" steel plate in the door and 1" in the body.