Need a little more info like how many firearms do you have at present and future purchase plans? How much can you afford to spend? Also room to put the safe is important as well, If you have a concrete foundation your good on any size however if you have wood floors with a crawl space you will be limited as to what size you'll be able to put in your home.CUDA said:Im going to start looking at gun safes and was looking for some input on what to look for and what to stay away from, brands, features ,etc.
Well guns are a investment and most think that way. Mine is 75% antique and the remaining are modern day. I also keep a few important papers and a couple pieces of jewelry in it since my safety deposit box at the bank is full.safetychain said:I cannot see why one would try to protect guns in a house fire, where 10 to 15 guns is of miniscule importance compared to everything else.