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AMSEC Floor safe.. Major vs Star. LINK WITH PICS..

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by backto9, Apr 1, 2010.

  1. backto9

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  2. ronin.45

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    I like the Brute series. I don't think my downstairs neighbor would appreciate it.:whistling:
     

  3. backto9

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    LOL. I like the superbrute and Browns C rate safe but in the end i choose these small ones.

    Stay tuned for what im doing with this safe, you may just get one anyway:whistling:
     
  4. Steel & Wood

    Steel & Wood Build the Wall

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    I'm not worried about thieves too much. I have a large gun safe, a monitored alarm system, a big dog, a wireless Internet camera in the carport (being recorded) and I'm LESS THAN five minutes from home! Add that to the fact that I carry to work and it makes for a VERY BAD DAY for the unlucky fool that targets our house.

    He/they would get the surprise of a lifetime when I show up before the cops do!!!!:rofl:


    That would be fun!:banana:

    TGG
     
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    Hmmmmm, guess i will go with star then......
     
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    Star on the way:cool:
     
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    I thought about getting a floor safe and just making a frame of wood, dropping in a bunch of rebar, suspending the safe in the center and then pouring concrete around it. Pour it in the corner of a closet and, I think you would have one hell of a secure safe without having to cut through the slab. Maybe drill a couple holes in the slab for some long studs to stick up into the concrete I am pouring. Could that be what you are thinking about?