Holds 24 Firearms up to 54" Tall, or 12 Firearms and Storage, or All Storage. Available in Black Matte Paint Finish.
- Exterior Dimensions: 29-1/4" W (74.3cm), 20" D (51.6cm), 55" H (140cm)
- Interior Dimensions: 26.89" W, 14.47" D, 52.72" H
- Interior Cubic Feet: 11.95 (20655 Cubic Inches)
- Shipping Weight: 436 lbs.
- Interior Capacity: 24 guns / 12 guns & storage / all storage
- Number of Shelves: 4
- Locking Points: 5 (3-1" Live Action Bolts, 2-Steel Dead Bolts)
- Master Carton Dimensions: 30-1/2" W, 23-1/4" D, 56" H
- Color: Black matte paint finish with chrome accents
- Notes: Not recommended for storing CD's or other electronic storage devices. Fastening hardware is included with each safe.
A good entry level safe
This is my first safe - never really felt a need for one but now that I have a few guns and some other miscellaneous things that may benefit from being locked up I figured it was time to get one. I chose this one based on other online reviews as well as it's fire rating and what I thought was heavy weight (more on that in the next paragraph). It also comes with a life time warranty if it's ever damaged by fire or attempted break in It came delivered on a pallet and the delivery guy put it in the center of my garage. It weighs 440lbs and I was prepared to go rent a hand truck so I could move it but was surprised that I was able to walk it off of the pallet and then scoot it into the corner by myself. The safe comes lined with a grey carpet like interior, divided into 2 halves with 4 sturdy, adjustable shelves. The plastic holders for the rifles are mounted pretty high up so I put one of the shelves down low so my rifles would be able to rest in the holders. I arranged the other shelves so that I cold keep ammo, magazines, accessories, and important documents/wife's jewelry separate. Unfortunately the door would not shut with my dry-storage boxes inside. I wanted to bolt it to the floor of my garage so I rented a hammer drill and got some expansion bolts as well as a rubber mat to put under it to prevent any rusting over time . Under the carpet on the floor there are only two marked places to drill though the fire proof insulation. I drilled with a 1/2" bit but I think it might have been a little larger than the pre-drilled holes in the bottom of the safe (I guess I should have tipped the thing over to check before hand) but eventually it went though and I was able to get the expansion bolts in and get it tightened down. So I'm pretty happy with the safe - it was in my budget and think that it will fit my needs for the time being as well as give me some piece of mind when I'm awayWrite a Review
A fine safe.
This is my second safe, I felt I needed one for my ammunition since it too has recently also become a valuable. My first safe is rated for twice as long in a fire, has walls twice as thick, but is half the size for the same cost. As far as security goes this safe is solid. THE PROS: Spacious, heavey (won't be sneeking this out of anywhere), fire resistant(internal temp will not exceed 350'), secure, affordable, warrenty covers the safe for any damage (original owner)caused by attemped break-ins,. THE CONS: Sides are on the thin side, the door rattles when closed (customer service assured me that in the event of a fire the weather strip is heat activated and expands to hinder heat passage), if there is a fire photos & electronics will likely be damaged, warrenty dose not cover damage/theft of contents, is MADE IN CHINA. For the money I'd recomend this safe.Write a Review
Solid, but some assembly flaws
This would be 5 stars, except for 2 problems with the mounting hardware on the door. I blame China. 1. There's a button on the door that you press to set the electronic lock. Someone forgot to screw on the nut that holds the button in the door. I pressed it, and it promptly fell inside the door. 2. The screws that attach the fireproofing to the door don't screw in quite right. I discovered #2 while recovering my lost button. When I screwed the panel back on, 2 of the screws just wouldn't line up right and catch the threads as I was trying to get the door attached. Now they dangle there until I have the inclination to deal with it. I'll have to make Lowe's run to get a nut for that button. Oh, one more thing: it came with plastic mollies. They were useless, I'm not mounting it to sheet rock. I went to Home Depot and got the stainless kind that you hammer into masonry, now the thing ain't going anywhere. I have a special request: is there some way for the owner to mount the rack a little lower? Doesn't quite work for a 35" rifle, I have to boost it with one of the shelves. Otherwise, it's a solid safe, and I'm happy with it. If you get it, splurge for an appliance hand truck, and get a friend to help you. I'm 6'4" and 225lbs, was able to get it into my basement on my own, but I'm lucky it didn't end up squished underneath it, with my arms and legs poking out. Ironic, having your gun safe kill you instead of perps.Write a Review
Compromise: Price -vs- Value
Just purchased this Stack-On fireproof/water proof 24 gun safe to replace a previous smaller 14 gun safe. After getting it home I am somewhat disappointed. Pros: Safe is heavy and secure. Looks great. Has fireproof and water proof rating. Purchased from Wal-Mart on sale for a great price. Cons: Gun cradles are mounted about 4" too high, two of my shorter rifles slip right underneath. Shelf brackets don't line up causing wobbly shelves. Velcro attached pistol holsters on interior door organizer are poorly designed and I will not trust them to hold my pistols. Due to door thickness and center divider the useable interior space is limited. I could store larger items in my old 14 gun safe. I will live with it for a while and try to make the best of it. I guess it's ture ... you get what you pay for.Write a Review
This is the first safe I have bought. I did get a cabinet for ammo, since I want to use all the space in this for guns & valuables. The biggest complaint is that the gun 'racks' aren't able to be moved down a bit, so rifles actually fit in them. You can use a shelf to raise them up, or a wooden dowel in the barrel, but for my money they should have been made moveable. Also I didn't get any storage with the safe for the door. I did but extra holders for the door, but I thought they should have been included for the price. Other than those gripes I like the safe and I think it is still worth the money.Write a Review
Maybe more like 14 gun safe.
I too just got the safe from Wal-Mart on sale. 24 gun? More like 14 gun. Well maybe if they are all pistols. If you have a gun with a scope or any AR type weapon, it will take up so much space. No room for the butt stocks and I am not going to cram them all together and scratch up the nice stocks. You can use the shelf to raise the floor to help with the poor disign/location of the barrel rack but once you get about 6 or 7 guns on one side there is no more room for the butt stocks. They need to put guns in there when they make the safes and line up the barrels to a more "Real World" of how many guns it will hold. Heavy, good entry level but again put a real world number of how many guns will fit.Write a Review