Gunsafes.com, a leading gun safes dealer, has revealed the winner of its popular summer contest. Kevin Page, gun enthusiast, won the competition and was awarded with the Gun Vault Micro Vault MVB500. Congratulations to Kevin!
Customers may purchase discounted gunsafes from this store as it offers huge discounts on all its products. Purchasing Gunsafe for sale from the store, customers can save a lot of money while purchasing their favorite gun safe.
A representative from the company said, “Browning gun safes come from …. → Continue reading here: GunSafes Awards Kevin Page with the Offered Gun Vault Micro Vault MVB500
Browning is a name we know at trust at GunSafes.com, and this year, they’re giving us even more to love by making the DPX storage system standard on all Pro-Steel Platinum Plus, Gold, Medallion, Sterling, Copper, and Bronze series gun safes.
DPX stands for “Duo Plus Extra” and it is a system that utilizes the door for gun and accessory storage.
As soon as you see this system of racks, pockets, and pouches, you’ll realize the infinite possibilities. You can even store long guns on …. → Continue reading here: New Products: Browning Adds DPX Gun Safe to More Models
Right after cost, the most common concern for gun safe buyers is size.
What size gun safe do you need to store your weapons? What do the specifications mean?
It can be a little confusing when taking a first look at safes and numbers.
For example, one of our most popular models, the Liberty Fat Boy, states it is a 64-gun safe. This means that without using any of the shelving units for ammo or accessories, you can store up to 64 long guns. This …. → Continue reading here: Gun Safe Buyer’s Guide: What Size?
Guns and trucks go together like salt and pepper, like Sonny and Cher, like cookies and milk, like rama lama lama…well, you get it.
The problem is figuring out how to safely store your firearms inside your vehicle, so that they are both secure and accessible.
Of course there’s always the classic window-mounted gun rack, but that isn’t very safe, and it doesn’t suit every purpose.
GunSafes offers several great options for storing guns in your truck.
You can store pistols in any one of …. → Continue reading here: Truck Gun Storage
Some safe companies specialize in fire ratings, others in technology. Some companies advertise luxury add-ons like plush, lighted interiors and e-capabilities. American Security specializes in, well, security.
AmSec was the first domestic safe company to obtain Underwriter Laboratory’s coveted TL15 and TL30 burglary ratings, and they continue to lead the competition with safety features like massive locking bolts, steel plate-covered mechanisms, and multiple fire-proofing elements.
American Security is also unique in that they still sell vault doors—the niche market where they got their start—so you …. → Continue reading here: American Security
When people talk about “fingerprint” gun safes, they’re talking about biometrics—methods to recognize authority using the human body. Common biometrics include voice recognition, retinal scanning, and of course, fingerprints.
Long ago, technology like biometrics was new and unusual and beyond the price range of most people. Today you can have this technology in a gun safe for only a few hundred dollars—just a little more than you might pay for a standard combination or key-locking safe.
And once upon a time, fingerprint scanning was not …. → Continue reading here: Biometric Safes
Sometimes you need to store guns, sometimes you need to store documents. Sometimes you need to store things that aren’t any of my business whatsoever, and you darn sure don’t want them to be anyone else’s business.
When security is your number one concern, look for safes with a TL-15 or TL-30 rating. TL is the Underwriter’s Laboratory testing standard that means a safe can withstand 15 or 30 minutes of serious break-in attempts. When I say serious, I mean construction-grade power tools, carbide blades, …. → Continue reading here: High Security Safes
Spend much time in small towns out West, and you’ll see a lot of trucks with gun racks mounted in the rear windows. Until recently, a rifle in the window and a pistol in the glove box were your only options for firearms transportation. Not uniformly legal, and definitely not secure.
Enter Console Vault and TruckVault.
Console Vault specializes in locking vaults designed specifically for the make and model of your vehicle. These boxes fit into your existing console without modification, offering the high security …. → Continue reading here: Vehicle Vaults
If you want an easy option for placing and moving your storage system, whether for guns or valuables, look into modular-type safes and cabinets.
These units are shipped in pieces, and typically assemble in a matter of minutes. Best of all, they can be put together right where you need them, and taken apart if you need to move.
Modular safes are the perfect solution for people who live in high rises, or who move frequently. These are also great if you have to negotiate …. → Continue reading here: Modular Gun Safes
If you have a job or a lifestyle that requires technology, chances are you use a notebook or laptop computer; and chances are, that computer, and the information on it, are vital.
To keep your computer and its contents safe, consider investing in a laptop safe.
GunSafes.com has a variety of safes and mini-vaults to suit your needs. Check out some of these here.
One of the most convenient products is the attaché security case. Though this is not a permanent fixture, it provides added …. → Continue reading here: Laptop Safes
There are many reasons to have a gun safe in your home: protecting your firearms from damage, preventing theft, and keeping them from the hands of children.
But as important as all these considerations are, if you keep a handgun for home protection, it will not do you a lot of good locked up in a safe when you have mere seconds to respond to a threat.
That’s why there are so many options in quick-access gun safes at GunSafes.com.
There are small and large …. → Continue reading here: Quick-Access Gun Safes
When it comes to keeping your items secure, out of sight is definitely out of mind.
Although there are plenty of safes that can protect your valuables from thieves, it’s even better if the thieves don’t know you have valuables, or a safe, in the first place.
There are several options for keeping things covert. At GunSafes.com, we have safes that fit into the wall or floor, to be covered by artwork or a carpet, as well as safes that look like electrical panels or …. → Continue reading here: Out of Sight
As I write this, Tom from SnapSafes is in our showroom, putting our reps to work assembling one of their modular safes.
What makes SnapSafes so cool is that from the time it arrives in a shipping box, a single human can move it with a hand truck, unpack it, then start assembly.
SnapSafes are lined with ceramic fiber blankets for a 2300F one hour rating, though Tom says it’s good for 2½ hours. The consensus is that these blankets provide superior protection to a …. → Continue reading here: SnapSafe
Last Thursday was a special day at the GunSafes offices. On that day, we said goodbye to a dear friend.
The Pendleton King was a tall drink of water, a six-foot high 40-gunner with a substantial girth.
The thing most people asked when they saw him was “Is that a tanning booth?” Tanning booth, no, but a sweet round gun safe, with a revolving rack inside, plus interior light, yes.
The Pendleton was the kind of safe you would own if you were an international …. → Continue reading here: Long Live the King!
In the world of guns and gun safes, few topics are as divisive as biometric safes.
Those who love them, really love them, and those who don’t, well, they just really don’t.
The benefits of a fingerprint recognition safe are, of course, that it is nearly impossible for an unauthorized person to gain access. Each safe is coded to accept only the prints you wish it to recognize. This also means you can have remarkably quick access to your safe–a big plus if you’re using …. → Continue reading here: Biometric Safes