Do a search for safes that have been broken into. Its alot easier to get into a safe if you can move it onto its back, or get to the back of the safe. No matter how heavy it is it can be moved with enough leverage. The anchor bolts are a cheap source of extra insurance and peace of mind.
posted on 09/23/2009 9:49:34 PM PDT
(I'm not SabERtooth, I'm SabREtooth.)
"Do a search for safes that have been broken into. Its alot easier to get into a safe if you can move it onto its back, or get to the back of the safe."
Very good to know. I mainly bought the safe to deter the typical thief that may break into a house, looking to steal what they can carry away, which is most common scenario in my area. Almost everyone that I know that owns firearms has had their home broken into and guns stolen(they didn't have safes). I'm sure if someone knows you have a safe, and comes ready for it with the manpower, they will accomplish their mission, especially if given enough time.
posted on 09/23/2009 10:00:05 PM PDT
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