Handgun+Rifle safe, any suggestions?

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Handgun+Rifle safe, any suggestions?

Post by Michael994 » 07 Nov 2018, 8:53 am

So I have acouple of rifles and am not getting my handgun licence. I'm trying to find a safe that I can store both handguns and rifles in. But im having trouble finding anything other that the ones you can store the handguns in the ammo compartment inside the safe. As most of them seem to be 3mm steel construction instead of 6mm. Does anyone know any decent safes that you can have rifles and handguns in? Cheers.
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Re: Handgun+Rifle safe, any suggestions?

Post by No1Mk3 » 07 Nov 2018, 2:32 pm

Don't need 6mm according to the Act, does your club require 6mm? Cheers.
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Post by Michael994 » 07 Nov 2018, 10:03 pm

It's a club rule i think mate, as i checked act and you're right about there not being anything in there.
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Post by yoshie » 08 Nov 2018, 7:09 pm

I got mine from Fox Safes in Ulladulla. Its a 3mm 10 gun on the bottom for rifles and 6mm (2 layers of 3m) on top for pistols. I upgraded when i moved to ACT as a brownbuilt cupboard which was ok in QLD wasn't good enough in ACT.
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Post by Chinballs » 09 Nov 2018, 5:01 pm

yoshie wrote:I got mine from Fox Safes in Ulladulla. Its a 3mm 10 gun on the bottom for rifles and 6mm (2 layers of 3m) on top for pistols. I upgraded when i moved to ACT as a brownbuilt cupboard which was ok in QLD wasn't good enough in ACT.


Back when I was in NSW I had a 6(?) gun pistol safe made by Fox Safe. Good safe at a good price but that was ten years ago so I can't really give a current review. At the time I went with the electronic keypad as they didn't offer an old fashioned dial combo (key or electronic were the choices). Never had any trouble with it in the years I owned it. It stayed with the house when I moved.
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