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Old 02-12-2013, 22:47   #13
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I appreciate all the replies! I think you all have helped me knock the Champion off my list. They seem like a nice safe, but their wall thickness and bolt size have turned me away.

70x40x30 is the size I'm looking at. I'm not sure I can afford (or fit) anything larger.

Would a safe with bolts on all 4 sides be worth an extra thousand than one with only 3? Does American Security or Fort Knox have the same ani-pry system as some of the Liberty safes?

Is there anything else I should be looking at to help with my decision?
You're not gonna pry open a Fort Knox safe with the corner bolts. Just not gonna happen.

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If you bolt it down, it's gonna take a diesel truck to move it and a torch to get it open.
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