American Security Gun Safes

Discussion in 'Firearm Accessories & Gear' started by SHOOTER13, Oct 7, 2012.

  1. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporting

    I own two American Security BF ( Burglary/Fire ) 6030 series safes...


    Outside Dimension 59.25" x 30" x 26"
    Weight 1,005 lbs
    Warranty Lifetime
    U.L. Burglary Rating RSC
    Meets DOJ Standards Yes
    Interior Capacity 11-14-25+2
    Door Thickness 4.75"
    Body Thickness 2"
    Fire Rating Mercury Class III (90min @1275F)

    • ½" steel plate door combined with 1" DryLight insulation.
    • 2" total wall thickness on all sides featuring our poured DryLight insulation and two layers of steel for exceptional fire and security protection.
    • U.L. Residential Security Container (RSC) Burglary Classification.
    • 11 massive 1½" chrome-plated bolts. Bolt detent system holds bolts in open position.
    • Mercury Class III fire protection of 1275°F for 90 minutes. Designed to maintain an interior temperature of less than 350°F.
    • Commercial grade, adjustable ball bearing hinges.
    • 2 Stage Dual fire seals with silicone seal on door jamb and expandable Palusol™ seal on door.
    • U.L. Listed Group II Lock with massive hard plate and two relocking devices.
    • Spy-proof, key-locking dial with decorative five-spoke handle and a convenient pull handle in brass, chrome or black nickel.
    • Unique mirrored back wall for added interior visibility.
    • Bold zinc die-cast polished logos in brass, chrome or black nickel.
    • Premium Door Organizer (PDO) maximizes storage space and offers quick access to commonly used items. All PDO’s include:
      • Various see-through pouches and zippered pockets to store valuables.
      • Two rows of holders for storage of choke tubes, small flashlights and ammo.
      • Two full-width pistol storage systems to accommodate multiple handguns. Comes with four holsters. Additional holsters can be purchased separately.
      • A long gun storage system that accommodates two guns. Includes the AMSEC exclusive “no hassle” quick release band.
      • Models PDO7250 and PDO7240 offer a zippered pocket large enough to store letter size folders.
    • 4 pre-cut anchor holes and 1 pre-cut electrical access hole.
    • E-Z Slant-Out Interior for easy access to your long guns. Interior features rich pin-dot fabric and adjustable interior shelving.
  2. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporting

    Anyone else own a floor safe...!?

  3. FOUR4D4

    FOUR4D4 Well-Known Member

  4. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporting

    That's a nice one FOUR...but let me add the caveat...

    "Always get bigger than you think you will need"...

    I got two...and will need a third soon !
  5. greyhawk50

    greyhawk50 Well-Known Member

    I have a Sentry 10 gun safe.
    It's large enough to hold everything that meets my purposes for sports shooting or hunting.
    As I got older, I went through a phase where I only kept guns that met a specific purpose or were near to my heart. (like my 336T)
    My son got first dibs on my collection. Then my son-in-law got my extra Stack-On Cabinet and a hand full of guns. My daughter got a couple family keepsakes and my oldest granddaughter was gifted with G'pa's favorite NIB Stainless 10/22 with a salt & pepper laminate stock. The remainder were sold and the extra money went for ammo.
    I understand the love for firearms but when you head to the field for a day of hunting or if the SHTF, how many guns can you carry? On the other hand, more ammo is a good thing. (just my personal perspective - and you are entitled to yours)
    Besides, "beware of the man that shoots only one gun", There is a good chance that he shoots it well.
    Guns are fun to have and fun to collect. And throughout my lifetime, they have been a good investment. If that is the road that you chose to travel, more power to you. ;)
  6. FOUR4D4

    FOUR4D4 Well-Known Member

    I wish i could afford a safe :eek:
  7. duster066

    duster066 Well-Known Member Supporting


    Agreed. The same rule applies to tool boxes, and sometimes the biggest one available isn't big enough. I simply can't justify a real safe like the ones SHOOTER has. For about the cost of the cheap models I can armor the closet.
  8. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporting

    I hear ya what I did was to install the two safes in the basement...

    put up a brick wall, and a steel door and frame and made a room out of the space

    where I now store my ammo as well...basically a "safe room". I also built a work bench

    and installed shelves. If I ever get into reloading...this area will be self contained within.
  9. oldbrass

    oldbrass Well-Known Member

    I have a cheapy gunsafe, I need to upgrade. thats a really nice safe you got there
  10. elle-wis

    elle-wis New Member

    Yeah great to see your gun safes as very important to own if owing the gun. Now Safes in NYC is also highly recommended for getting best hi-tech safes. They are also leading service provider from many years. Thanks!!
  11. Popeye1959

    Popeye1959 Active Member

    I looked at some of those Stack on gun lockers at Gander Mountain and knew they weren't for me. Then I saw on Walmart's website a Stack On fire safe. I did the store locator thing and found that the local store had one in stock so I went to look at it. Seemed pretty decent for the money but something seemed weird so I went back home. The on line price was $100 cheaper AND they offered free delivery to my house. Yeah, so I had it delivered and now realize... I should have bought two. This one is full up.
  12. Spoon

    Spoon Well-Known Member

    We all need to win the Lottery and build something like Mr. Heston, had rest his soul. My goodness, bigger than a bank vault with all the features and stocked with treasures!