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 Post subject: Re: All of my guns thus far.
PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 8:49 pm 
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'Have' and 'afford' are two different things. The key isn't how many you can afford; it's how many you can afford to lose.

Get the safe.
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No offense bud, but if I can afford 30 guns, I wouldn't need a gun safe. :roflol:

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 Post subject: Re: All of my guns thus far.
PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 9:21 pm 
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ampersand wrote:
'Have' and 'afford' are two different things. The key isn't how many you can afford; it's how many you can afford to lose.

Get the safe.
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No offense bud, but if I can afford 30 guns, I wouldn't need a gun safe. :roflol:


Hey :stfu: I don't need a safe! I have this.
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 Post subject: Re: All of my guns thus far.
PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 9:35 pm 
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I have can and do afford 30+ guns but the best thing I ever did was buy a good century arms fire safe. You cant walk arround them armed with your ar, Ak, sks. All the time a man has to leave at times. I have many friends that lost their stuff due to crack heads following them and timing their days. Some got the guns back, none of them got them back unharmed! Protect your family by keeping them un available to kids and untrained people. I would die inside if anyone used one of my weapons to harm themselves. Or anyone else intentionally or not. Just my openion.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 10:03 pm 
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MechWolf wrote:

No offense bud, but if I can afford 30 guns, I wouldn't need a gun safe. :roflol:

"Afford" has nothing to do with it :roflol:
I can't afford it and I'm way past 30 :scared:

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 Post subject: Re: All of my guns thus far.
PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 10:08 pm 
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MechWolf wrote:

No offense bud, but if I can afford 30 guns, I wouldn't need a gun safe. :roflol:

"Afford" has nothing to do with it :roflol:
I can't afford it and I'm way past 30 :scared:

Its an investment :good one: or at least that is what I tell my self lol.


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 Post subject: Re: All of my guns thus far.
PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 6:36 pm 
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I have can and do afford 30+ guns but the best thing I ever did was buy a good century arms fire safe. You cant walk arround them armed with your ar, Ak, sks. All the time a man has to leave at times. I have many friends that lost their stuff due to crack heads following them and timing their days. Some got the guns back, none of them got them back unharmed! Protect your family by keeping them un available to kids and untrained people. I would die inside if anyone used one of my weapons to harm themselves. Or anyone else intentionally or not. Just my openion.


Do you recommend century arms safes? i really do want to buy a safe but i dont know anything about them... but if i ever have to move again, which i most likely will... then it would be a bitch to move.. what are some other ways of protecting my fire arms? maybe i should make a post and ask the whole community what they do


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 Post subject: Re: All of my guns thus far.
PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2012 8:38 am 
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ntwdude wrote:
Do you recommend century arms safes? i really do want to buy a safe but i dont know anything about them... but if i ever have to move again, which i most likely will... then it would be a bitch to move.. what are some other ways of protecting my fire arms? maybe i should make a post and ask the whole community what they do



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There are quite a few safes out there on the market that are good ones. The one I have is a century and it is a great safe. I got it from a supplier that sells to the retail stores in my area. It was an older model that had not been sold in time so I picked it up for a huge discount. Winchester, Browning, Red Head, American Security, All good safes. What you need to look for is what it is filled with, how thick the metal is, how the hinges are built, weather the door is a flush mount or not, how many locking pins and what size they are that it has, and whether or not the locking mech. has a tamper proof design. When I went to get mine I did quite a bit of checking things out first. These people

Security Centers Inc. http://www.tulsasafes.com 918-627-7979

are awesome family owned and great customer service. They sell all over the world and know all there is to know about safes (Pluss they sell dent, damaged, older models, and lay away options for customers too at a great discount. They usually have the best prices too because they are supplying to basspro, gander mtn etc.. If you ever got near Tulsa Oklahoma I would suggest that anyone go visit them. I have no ties to them other than being a onetime customer, but they were awesome to deal with and really took the time to make sure I got what I needed not wanted and at a price I could afford. With safes as with many other things it’s easy to get the goggle eye on one that you don’t need. Their store has more safes that you can look at and go through than anywhere else I have ever been or seen. Bass pro, Cabalas, gander mtn, etc. can’t hold a candle. Call them tell them what you are looking for and ask them what you need and they will hook you up.


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