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Gun safes #8124888 01/11/21 05:44 PM
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Looking to bite the bullet soon and purchase a gun safe. Looking to spend around $3000 to $4000. What brands do you guys recommend in this price range? Also, any recommendations on safe dealer that can move and install in the DFW area? Thanks for the help

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I really like the layout of the Browning safes, with a rifle rack on the door. Seems like it would make more of your firearms easily accessible. I don't have one yet, but a Browning 49T is what is on my want list.

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Liberty safe is what I bought. Go to liberty website put in information and pick out the safe you want,They will have a dealer deliver and install the safe bolt it down and how to operate. Simple and quick.

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Bought a large Browning from them last year. Very impressed with their selection and the free delivery and install.


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Originally Posted by unclebubba
I really like the layout of the Browning safes, with a rifle rack on the door. Seems like it would make more of your firearms easily accessible. I don't have one yet, but a Browning 49T is what is on my want list.


I've been eyeballing this one too. The layout has to have a C shaped rather than rows ||| because rows are always a pain to get anything out of...especially without taking everything out.

I currently have a Canon and it's been a great safe but their new ones don't have an internal power center and they've went to the rows rather than the C shaped with a single row in the back (and even that's a pain but much more manageable if you have guns you aren't always getting out).

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I really like the layout of the Browning safes, with a rifle rack on the door. Seems like it would make more of your firearms easily accessible. I don't have one yet, but a Browning 49T is what is on my want list.


I've been eyeballing this one too. The layout has to have a C shaped rather than rows ||| because rows are always a pain to get anything out of...especially without taking everything out.

I currently have a Canon and it's been a great safe but their new ones don't have an internal power center and they've went to the rows rather than the C shaped with a single row in the back (and even that's a pain but much more manageable if you have guns you aren't always getting out).

Good luck.


I have a Browning, the shotgun storage on the door is convenient


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Originally Posted by MBTECH85
Looking to bite the bullet soon and purchase a gun safe. Looking to spend around $3000 to $4000. What brands do you guys recommend in this price range? Also, any recommendations on safe dealer that can move and install in the DFW area? Thanks for the help


In that price range take a look at American Security (AMSEC). They have many offerings that are first rate.


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