Gun Safes - Costco ?

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  1. pbridges

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  2. ZX9RCAM

    ZX9RCAM Over the Rainbow bridge... TGT Supporter

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    I like the "swing out" rack idea, as long as inertia doesn't take over and cause guns to fly everywhere.

    It's a decent starter "storage unit".
    Especially if you have children around.
     
  3. AustinN4

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    Stay away from electronic locks. Also, Cabela's has a similar ProVault by Liberty (dial lock) on sale this week for $399
     
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  4. Mike_from_Texas

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    My AMSEC electronic lock has lasted twice as long (so far) as the 2 mechanical dials prior to it.

    And I can get into it 3-5x faster.


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  5. AustinN4

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    How long for each of the 3?
     
  6. TxStetson

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    My electronic lock is 6 years old with no problems. Did hafta change the batteries a couple years ago.
     
  7. AustinN4

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    What happened to the 2 mechanical dials?
     
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  8. ZX9RCAM

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    You had 2 mechanical dial locks fail in less than 3 years?
     
  9. Dawico

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    I swapped out my mechanical lock for an electronic 10 years ago and couldn't be happier.

    The mechanical dial was very touchy and I am sure I could never get into it in a stressful situation.
     
  10. Mike_from_Texas

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    Less than a year on my first one because it was replaced under warranty. The second was maybe 2 years. After finally getting it open after almost 30 minutes of trying to get it open I left it unlocked and called a locksmith and had it replaced with the AMSEC electronic. 7 years later it's still works perfectly. I just replaced the batteries for the first time 3-4 months ago.

    They just got to where it would not open on the numbers. I would have to go +/- on one on the numbers to get it to open.

    Yep, see above.




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