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This Stack-On 10-Gun Safe with Combination Lock holds varieties up to 52" tall. That means there is plenty of room for your shotguns and most kinds of rifles, as well as all types of pistols. This unit has been tested and verified to be fire resistant for 30 minutes up to 1400 degrees Fahrenheit by ETL, an independent testing lab. This Stack-On safe has two-way locking with three strong live action and two dead bolts made from steel for five points of security. It is also a California-approved firearm safety device that meets the requirements of Penal Code section 23655 and the regulations issued thereunder. This sentinel safe has a three-number combination with a drill resistant, hardened steel plate behind it for greater protection. A backup key is included and batteries are accessible from the front and are easy to replace when out of power.
Stack-On 10-Gun Sentinel Fire-Resistant Safe with Combination Lock:
- Sentinel safe holds 10 firearms up to 52" tall
- Fire resistant for 30 minutes up to 1400 degrees F
- 2-way locking
- Three 1" steel live action locking bolts
- 2 dead bolts
- Sentinel safe has 5 locking points
- California-approved firearm safety device
- 3-number combination lock
- Backup key is included
- Stack-On safe is verified by ETL, an independent testing lab
- Has plenty of room for your shotguns and most varieties of rifles, as well as all types of pistols
- Batteries are accessible from the front and are easy to replace
Good little safe!
Good quality for the price. Smaller than you might think. Can comfortably fit 2 AR’s with scopes on one side. Love that it has shelves on the other side (which you can remove and use both sides for rifles if you want). It works for what I needed but if you really want to hold any more than a few rifles with scopes then you’ll need something much larger. I had them ship directly to my house rather than in-store pickup and it come in good condition.Greg
Very, very disappointed
When I went to pick up the safe at my local Wal Mart yesterday, which was shipped to the store from the supplier, I insisted on inspecting and opening the item prior to acceptance. The packaging was so badly damaged in many places and visible damage to the contents was present, that I didn't even bother to unpackage it. One corner of the packaging was completely blown out and the corner of the safe was dented and paint was missing. Other gashes in the cardboard container penetrated all the way to the metal safe surface. The Wal Mart associate reported that everything they receive from Yellow Freight is in this condition and ordering another one would likely produce no better outcome. The associates that helped me at Pick Up were superb, understanding and apologetic about my bad experience and offered me a discount on future online purchases. They very quickly processed a full refund. However, until Wal Mart deems it important to get shipping under control, ordering such items from them is futile. This was to have been a Christmas gift, and now there is not sufficient time remaining to acquire a replacement.tkgk
Worth The Money
The safe itself is definitely worth the money, but could use more shelving configurations.
The shipping condition did result in a couple of scratches one on the front and one on the back.
The carton was torn open in several places, the one that concerned me the most was the one just above combination dial & handle, this is were the bag containing the booklet with the combination in it.Catalyst357
Shelf is broken going to have to return after waiting and now have a gun with no safe
I found this safe to be appealing due to the price. I was so set on a field and stream gun safe from dicks sporting goods for $329 on sale but they sold out real quick. I thought this would be of similar quality.
When I unboxed this safe and opened it up, I saw that one of the rifle rest had snapped clean off and was sitting at the bottom. Also, the center divider was moving left and right. I took a look at the top and they use these cheap metal "L" brackets to hold the divider in place. It's screwed in to the Sheetrock that they use for "fireproofing".
The L bracket screws had ripped clean out leaving crumbs of Sheetrock on the inside of the safe. I had to remove the screws and realign the bracket and attempt to put the screws back in. Only one screw holds as the Sheetrock is too damaged to hold the other. The top piece of sheet rock was loose and had gaps all around. I'm not sure if this will compromise the fireproofing ability of this safe. I will have to email stack on to ask. I had a heck of a time lugging this safe around to get it set where I wanted it. I wasn't about to take it back for a return. The actually walls of the safe seem to be rather thin as well. Maybe less than a 1/8th inch steel? I have a stack on gun cabinet and it doesn't feel much thicker, maybe just slightly. I didn't expect it to be an amazing safe for $300 but I also did not expect to receive it all banged up.Schwinngritbike