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Looks like a "no" based on this review:


TBF, most folks aren't worried about some guy breaking into the safe as much as keeping the "honest people" out. And it's probably adequate for that.
 

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Got my Primary Arms Sig Romeo yesterday in teh mail. It's in a plain box instead of the fancy one. Otherwise, it's a Sig Romeo. Worked fine. . . after I pulled the little tab off teh battery and reinstalled it. (I was wondering why it didn't go in so easy the first time.)
 

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Got my Primary Arms Sig Romeo yesterday in teh mail. It's in a plain box instead of the fancy one. Otherwise, it's a Sig Romeo. Worked fine. . . after I pulled the little tab off teh battery and reinstalled it. (I was wondering why it didn't go in so easy the first time.)
Same. Except I didn't know the you have to hold the + to turn it on, so I thought I'll might be broken. Mine didn't include a manual, did yours?
 

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Pre-black Friday safe sale at Tractor Supply. Cannon 40-gun safe $600. Not sure if they get cheaper than that on real BF sales?
The TS5934 is made of solid steel for ultimate security. The sides are 14 gauge and the door is 12 gauge. You get what you pay for.
 

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Man I wish I could afford this now.
That's a good deal.
 

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Man I wish I could afford this now.
Anyone know if the $180 delivery includes into the house?...My dad wants to know. I doubt that BJ’s is in the safe moving business but I could be wrong.
 

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Threshold delivery, curbside delivery, "Franklin" delivery... I bought a stack on a while back, deal was curbside. $100 got it up the driveway, 4 steps to the porch, 1 more into the house, and 7 more upstairs. Dude even carried away the packing. Took him maybe 10 minutes total. Money talks...

When I had ESS come load my safe in the moving truck I asked the guys if they would bring that same stack on back down. Had a $50 in each hand. Older guy was already in the truck, younger guy said "We're in a hurry." His eyes bugged a little when I made a production out of folding the 2 $50's an dputting them in my shirt pocket. Oops...
 

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i am somewhat surprised more on here do not use these. They come broken down in pieces, and you assemble them at home. If i remember, the heaviest one piece was probably around 150#, and easily moved with a two wheel dolly.

I bought mine since it had to go into an odd space, where if i got a standard safe, it would have to have been tiny. But i was able to assemble a pretty huge one in that same space piece by piece.

really the only drawback is there is no fireproofing material.
 

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i am somewhat surprised more on here do not use these. They come broken down in pieces, and you assemble them at home. If i remember, the heaviest one piece was probably around 150#, and easily moved with a two wheel dolly.

I bought mine since it had to go into an odd space, where if i got a standard safe, it would have to have been tiny. But i was able to assemble a pretty huge one in that same space piece by piece.

really the only drawback is there is no fireproofing material.
I actually just bought and assembled one of these, myself. It went into a closet where I couldn't have otherwise fit the same size safe, since it wouldn't have fit through the door. Very high quality, and easy to assemble. And the people there are great to deal with.


Frank


Edit: ...and this closet where the safe now resides is on the second floor, up a fairly narrow spiral staircase. I don't think I ever could have gotten an equivalent size, fully assembled safe up those same stairs without extreme risk to life, limb and property. But my wife and I together were able to handle the individual components of this Zanotti safe without much difficulty.
 
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i am somewhat surprised more on here do not use these. They come broken down in pieces, and you assemble them at home. If i remember, the heaviest one piece was probably around 150#, and easily moved with a two wheel dolly.

I bought mine since it had to go into an odd space, where if i got a standard safe, it would have to have been tiny. But i was able to assemble a pretty huge one in that same space piece by piece.

really the only drawback is there is no fireproofing material.
I love mine. I just wish I had gone a size up.
 

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Talon is just a distributor. They move a lot of volume, and lots of manufacturers make “special edition” firearms for them.
 

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