Best Gun Safe Top Rated Bang For Buck Most Secure Space For Price

Best Gun Safe Top Rated Bang For Buck Most Secure Space For Price. America’s #1 selling Gun safes Liberty Fat Boy And Fat Boy Jr. Provide the most secure space per dollar $ than any other brand on the market. There are more expensive safes that provide more protection and there are less expensive safes that provide less security but thess 2 safes have it ballanced out the best.
Please Click The Subscribe Button Below And Share Video With G+, Facebook, Twitter and all Your Favorite Social Media!
Comments and questions are encouraged but please be respectful.
Visit For More tips and tricks for the Locksmith Industry

All views and opinions are the alleged interaction with any product shown and not a fact stated by Wayne Winton and or Tri County Locksmith Service. The information shown in any video is 100% opinion of Wayne Winton and protected by the 1st amendment, the freedom of speech. Some products may be provided by the company being reviewed and others are purchased independently by Wayne Winton, Tri County Locksmith Service. Either way it does not reflect the content of the review. All products are given a fair equal chance to perform. All videos are property of Wayne Winton and all rights are reserved. If you would like to post any video please contact Wayne Winton at: for permission.
Disclaimer: Do not try this at home! Any content seen here is for entertainment only! Do Not try anything seen here yourself or there may be danger of bodily harm or legal consequences for your actions! Any illegal activity is prohibited and Wayne Winton and or Tri County Locksmith Service are not responsible for your actions!
Wayne Winton, © 2014. All rights reserved. Publication, reproduction or distribution of this film by any means whatsoever – including without limitation electronic transmission via internet or e-mail, or re-uploading existing videos & re-uploading such material on any website anywhere in the world — is strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of Wayne Winton. Please note that Wayne Winton, Tri County Locksmith Service does not state any confirmed facts only personal opinions. Wayne Winton, Tri County Locksmith Service is not liable for any damage or loss through the use of products or techniques shown – Use at your own risk! This film and the Wayne Winton, Tri County Locksmith Service film series broadcast on YouTube is intended for entertainment purposes only.
Tri County Locksmith Service


Gino Montgaue says:

Just looked at the Jr. on line and it showed both, mechanical and electronic. Funny, the mechanical was less then the electronic. Love my Liberty safe I purchased the Eagle 15 Metallic blue in 1998 and it has been awesome. Getting a larger safe soon and kind of like the Fatboy and Jr. DO you know if it is a true Liberty or a special build with the Liberty name for certain outfitter stores. Do you have any info about it being a true Liberty safe? Thanks for your video, it was very informative. Gino- Justin, TX.

Eric Langlois says:

I compared my Superior untouchable 55 to my buddies Liberty Lincoln. The untouchable is superior.

davidmichaelc says:

He forgot to mention that it has active bolts on the hinge side of the door as well

Wayne Winton says:

Visit For More tips and tricks for the Locksmith Industry

Eric Langlois says:

I compared my Superior untouchable 55 to my buddies Liberty Lincoln. The untouchable is superior.

Patriot Sleeper Cell says:

shit review like others mentioned most important part is how thick the front and side and back steel panels.

Enforcer says:

Thanks for the review on the liberty safes.  What are your feelings on the Amsec TL30 and Tl30x6 rated safes.  I am in the market for the Amsec RF6528 Gun safe, but after hearing that the Amsec RFX 5822820 has a TL30x6  stronger protection on all 6 sides, now I am considering the RFX model.  What are your thoughts?  Is it worth it to invest a little bit more to get the protection on 6 sides.  This safe will go into a residential home and not a business.  Thank you Wayne for any insight that you can share.

Kevin M says:

I didn’t learn a thing about how these two safes would stand up to a pry bar attack.

Joseph M says:

Did you notice the gap between the door and the frame ? It would be easy to get a pry bar in there I would think.

Basic Poke says:

What matters most for security is the thickness of the steel in the body and door. I didn’t hear you mention that.

Kamikaze Krunch says:

get a good quality saw blade made to cut metal and you will go through that very quickly. There isn’t much difference in 12g steel vs 11g steel. I really wish these safe companies would stop pussy footin around and just give people what they want, a 7g safe with a good thick plate door, a very good fire rating, 7g body. pfft just use good gauge steel and it shouldn’t cost as much as retailers want you to think, evidently most if not all are to chicken shit to compete with the big boys in terms of safes/vault. bunch of chickens. If companies pulled this heads out of their butts, the first company to give a good safe that is affordable would destroy the top competitors in gun safes. I guess people are not that bright yet. haha

Jeremy Deville says:

You can saw into those easily.

leo ll says:

do these safes use a solenoid inside the door for all the bolts?

Doug Prentice says:

I don’t think the diameter of bolts mean anything. composite door will pry open. bolts in tact.

 Write a comment


Do you like our videos?
Do you want to see more like that?

Please click below to support us on Facebook!