Posted:
01/30/15

For those attending the shooting range for the first time, the prospect may seem daunting. Don’t be intiminated by those who seem to know it all, these simple tips can help you feel like an expert, even on your first trip to the gun range.

Posted:
01/22/15

View image | gettyimages.com Moving a large safe is a big job. The largest safes for homes and businesses can weigh from 300 to well over 1500 pounds–making them some of the heaviest items to transport. The process of moving or relocating such a heavy item involves a number of logistical concerns ranging from specialized […]

Posted:
01/15/15

View image | gettyimages.com The locking mechanism on a safe is a crucial part of what makes a safe a safe. Locks range from combination locks, electronic keypads, and lock and key to biometric. Though all locks on a quality constructed safe should provide equal security, it is important to evaluate factors like overall security […]

Posted:
01/09/15

View image | gettyimages.com The benefits of having a safe are varied and numerous. Safes often have an association with banks and fortified mansions sporting thousand pound vaults, but a much broader range of people can benefit from a safe than financiers and people with stacks of gold and weapons at home. Safes come in […]

Posted:
12/22/14

View image | gettyimages.com Last week we posted the first 5 rules of safe gun handling. Here are the final five that round off the top ten list. Following these steps when dealing with your firearm will help keep you and those around you safe, no matter the situation. Be Cautious if the Gun Doesn’t […]

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