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Do you trust StackOn?

Postby jdege on Fri Feb 21, 2020 7:22 pm

Do you trust StackOn safes?

Are they all this bad?

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Re: Do you trust StackOn?

Postby Ghost on Fri Feb 21, 2020 7:45 pm

LPL can open anything in like a minute or less, nothing is safe. I had to buy a set of picks because of him, some locks are surprisingly easy to open.

Much like gun laws, this stuff keeps honest people honest.
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Re: Do you trust StackOn?

Postby Lumpy on Fri Feb 21, 2020 8:40 pm

You could probably get my gun box open with a screwdriver, it's mainly so someone couldn't just walk off with my gun.
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Re: Do you trust StackOn?

Postby Holland&Holland on Fri Feb 21, 2020 10:56 pm

That is what the claymore and tripwire are for.
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Re: Do you trust StackOn?

Postby linksep on Sat Feb 22, 2020 3:19 am

Anything less than a Sturdy Safe or a Zanotti Armor might as well be a wood cabinet with a glass door... which is why I have a wood cabinet with a glass door.

Cheap "safes" available locally are thin gauge sheet-metal wrapped around sheetrock for "fire resistance" and the false appearance of metal thickness.
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Re: Do you trust StackOn?

Postby rtk on Sat Feb 22, 2020 5:43 am

It’s better than nothing.....
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Re: Do you trust StackOn?

Postby Ghost on Sat Feb 22, 2020 7:16 am

linksep wrote:Anything less than a Sturdy Safe or a Zanotti Armor might as well be a wood cabinet with a glass door... which is why I have a wood cabinet with a glass door.

Cheap "safes" available locally are thin gauge sheet-metal wrapped around sheetrock for "fire resistance" and the false appearance of metal thickness.

I’d take a job box over a stack on any day. Just wouldn’t lock it with a master locks.
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Re: Do you trust StackOn?

Postby jdege on Sat Feb 22, 2020 7:52 am

linksep wrote:Anything less than a Sturdy Safe or a Zanotti Armor might as well be a wood cabinet with a glass door... which is why I have a wood cabinet with a glass door.

Cheap "safes" available locally are thin gauge sheet-metal wrapped around sheetrock for "fire resistance" and the false appearance of metal thickness.


I have a fire safe for my important documents that I never bother to lock.
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Re: Do you trust StackOn?

Postby DanM on Sat Feb 22, 2020 8:18 pm

rtk wrote:It’s better than nothing.....


I did my due diligence by making a reasonable effort to secure my firearms. Even though some 'gun safes' can be breached, I bought mine to keep honest people honest, and kids safe. So it's more likely that the insurance company would honor a replacement claim, as well as being harder to be found at fault if my guns were stolen.
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Re: Do you trust StackOn?

Postby linksep on Sat Feb 22, 2020 8:50 pm

Ghost wrote:
linksep wrote:Anything less than a Sturdy Safe or a Zanotti Armor might as well be a wood cabinet with a glass door... which is why I have a wood cabinet with a glass door.

Cheap "safes" available locally are thin gauge sheet-metal wrapped around sheetrock for "fire resistance" and the false appearance of metal thickness.

I’d take a job box over a stack on any day. Just wouldn’t lock it with a master locks.


Good point, I forgot about those... IF you lock your cutting, drilling, and prying tools in a job box, a second job box for your guns is is probably where you could legitimately claim that you are making a real effort to secure your guns and not just putting on a show for the bed-wetting anti-2A crowd.
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