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    Gun Safes

    Im looking for a gun safe that meet my needs.

    1. Can hold 2-5 hand guns and the cases they came in.
    2. Fairly compact and lightweight.
    3. No biometric access.
    4. California approved.
    5. $600 Max Budget


    Any input would be much appreciated.

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    I would go with the gunvault but I am not sure that the mini deluxe would hold your 2-5 hand guns as you listed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by falchunt View Post
    I would go with the gunvault but I am not sure that the mini deluxe would hold your 2-5 hand guns as you listed.
    Have you had any reliability issues with yours?

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    You may want to check out the little safes made by Pro-Lok. I have sold a them when people are looking for a small compact safe. You can also check out Perma-vault. Those two are on the cheaper side, but you may want to look at Amsec and Gardall for a little better safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LAPD - Pep Streebeck View Post
    Have you had any reliability issues with yours?
    The original models had some problems, but the newer ones seem to hold up well.

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    Or what about Stack-On?

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    I have the Stack-On 10 gun double cabinet and it is good. Just what I wanted at a reasonable price. Can't say about their handgun vault. Just mentioned it as it is a good product.

    For me I'd try to finding a vault that uses a key rather than electronics. My small handgun vault eats batteries worse than a Sony Walkman (8 AA total batteries to operate it). The solenoid to open it is shot but luckily it had a key secondary option to open it. That's all I use now.

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    Any other suggestions?

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    Sam's Price Club has a Sentry 3.2 cubic foot safe for $300.
    Water and fire rated.
    I don't know about the Cali thing though.

    AFS

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    Quote Originally Posted by LAPD - Pep Streebeck View Post

    It's not too bad for the money. I just got one for a friend to put his entire duty belt in when he gets home.

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