Gun Safe Pry Test Winchester, Cannon, Stack On, Sentry Safe JUNK

Big Box Store Safe Pry Test Winchester, Cannon, Stack On, Sentry Safe and Other Mass Produced JUNK. This is an example of a safe bolted to the ground in the up rite position with a wall like board mounted behind it to show a more REAL WORLD test. This can happen when you purchase mass Manufactured safes made in China and other off shore places. Consult a Local Security professional or safe and Vault location to Purchase a nd invest in a safe, Don’t Buy one – Invest in one.
My American made recommendations include:
Liberty Safe
Fort Knox
American Security (AmSec)
Browning Gun Safes
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jerome Ludwig says:

Another great video

144:1 says:

Nice frame jump at the end?? Thats pretty fucking shady. Lol you sold me on a cheap one Thanks! What idiot would mount their safe like that? You also left out the 4-6 foot bar when you showed the “caveman tools”
Mount in a corner and show us that time?

firebirdude2 says:

Great video by leaving the safe bolted to the floor. But if the safe had the opening edge against a wall, you’d be in a whole different boat. Bye bye 4ft+ long pry bar. I’m sure you’d eventually be able to get into it. But that 6 1/2 minutes turns to 30+ mins real quick. And the longer it takes the less chance a thief is going to hang around to fight with it. But I get the point of the video. 🙂

Kevin Brandt says:

What about a cannon safe ts5940dlx? It has 4″ bolts. Does it even matter? I received mine free but I sure don’t need to use it if it’s just an attraction for a thief. I can’t find any pry test info other than the manufacturer description. Seems like a very good safe but if it’s piled in with this safe I’ll just store reloading equipment and powder in it. Thoughts from the experts?

40CaliberDude says:

I recently bought a Superior Safe (Master 40). Wondering what your opinion is about these safes and if I should upgrade. Also, what would be the next best safe to upgrade too, in the $5k range.

Keltingr says:

buy safe, pour it into the concrete in your garage floor with the door facing up, park dodge ram 2500 over it. Lock the truck and hide the keys. Good fuckin luck gettin into my safe

Ceemack says:

Unrealistic test. Who bolts their safe down in the middle of a room with a high ceiling? In a normal installation, you won’t be able to pry from behind the safe, or pry from above with a four-foot bar.

All that work and expense to prove…nothing.

Also, isn’t audio supposed to be…you know, audible?

John Patterson says:

LMFAO trash safe. The door on mine weighs 200+ Lb’s That door looked like nothing. Bolt them down next to the wall 😉

bmwrider 1953 says:

Great video, what would you suggest for a safe

Shawn S says:

Have you ever performed one of these tests on a high end safe like a ft Knox?
As an owner I am curious how it would hold up.

Scott M says:

That’s a real eye opener. I always thought these types of safes would take much more to get in. Thanks for sharing, subscribing now.
Scott

RedLeg155 Red says:

WOW!! THX FOR SHARING.

Eric Langlois says:

This vid is one of the reasons I bought a superior untouchable 55.

M C says:

that’s a good video…..

Willy Bee says:

Good job,,, it is too bad that there is not a published index number that identifies just how safe a safe is….
But here is a concept that is not published, ,,
THE SAFEST SAFE , IS THE SAFE THAT NO ONE KNOWS IS THERE.
But imagination can’t be kept secret and marketed at the same time….

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