Wrong topic Sorry.
This is a discussion on Small safe for hadgun. within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Main Category category; I was wondering if anyone has suggestions for a handgun safe. I'll be putting it under my bed but need ...
I was wondering if anyone has suggestions for a handgun safe. I'll be putting it under my bed but need a suggestion that will not let little one get to it. Help me out please.
Wrong topic Sorry.
I got this one from Amazon...Amazon.com: Viking VS-35BM Biometric Security Safe: Office Products
So far I have had no problems with it. This was my review on Amazon....
Great product. Does what it is supposed too and was delivered super fast. Size is right for what I needed. Holds 2 handguns and plenty of ammo with room to spare. Opens on first try 98% of the time. Had every one of my kids try to open it and they couldn't. THIS IS WHY I GOT IT! My only gripe and reason for 4 stars (as with everyone else) is the cheap 1/16 of an inch pad that it comes with. It seems to be a filter for an A/C window unit. I went to walmart and spent $7 on pillow pads (which happened to be 17" wide...that was convenient)and lined the bottom, sides and back myself. Although I lost interior space, it was completely worth it. At bulk prices, I don't see why the manufacturer just doesn't do this. It is exactly what I wanted it to be now. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
There are a few more reviews on there also. Check it out and good luck!!
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Can be mounted horizontally under your bed as well. Drill holes in the box where needed. There are no holes pre-drilled in this box. That way there are no unused holes that compromise security.
I have a Sentry fire safe. It's pretty sturdy. Comes with 2 keys. Goes under my bed. I think it has a lifetime warranty. I've had mine since 2006.
why a safe instead of a stash spot?
(Sorry all. Not in the mood for obviously stupid.)