I think mine is a liberty, but one of the older and low budget ones. Its aprox 26 by 14 or so with essentially no fire rating being that it has no insulation. 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. maybe if you are going to store your family's papers, your $100,000 coin collection, etc. Yes but other than that insurance is a better deal. Mine holds 6 long guns and has 6 shelves for pistols and ammo. I was having moisture problems until I put in a "golden rod" type heater that I made. The safe is lag bolted to the wall with 6 - 3X.5" bolts(probably the most important thing). The way I look at, if you put it in the open, it better be HEAVY and pretty, but if you are going to hide it then it need not be too strong or look good. Other than that professional crook, which locks and safes are just an inconvienence, the rest are looking for the money on the dresser, the new flat screen, or the gun on your night stand. A safe is generaly too much trouble and they wouldn't be equipped with the tools needed to get in most any safe.