This safe has got some cool features and from what I can tell, it's pretty strong and will protect your weapons and other valuables just fine. I found only 2 drawbacks, but, for me, they were major. The buttons don't always register that you've hit them unless you are right on. By default, it beeps whenever you hit a button, but I didn't want everyone in the house to know I was opening the gun safe. When it's off, it's very hard to tell if you hit the button or not. Also, if you mess up, there's no way to clear the combo, you have to wait a couple seconds. If I had to get to me weapon in a hurry, this could be a major problem.The second thing is that it's limited where you can mount it. If you're not using the cable-lock option (which means the safe can move around at the end of its tether rather than stay securely in place) you have to attach it to a material that you can drill through. They've done their best to put the set screw someplace you can reach it, but I couldn't make my drill fit in there to drive the screw in.On the plus side, the spring-loaded door is great and I definitely recommend getting the model with the interior light.
These are the best cases you can buy for what ever you want to ship or move. I have 2 of them for my rifles and I can ship them transport them and have even dropped them and no damage to inside of case or what was in case. They are heavy duty. Pelican will replace or fix at no cost. I am not sure what you would have to do to this case to break it. I have talked with many in the military and they ship guns, ammo, test equipment and tools all over the world and they do not break or get damaged. As a matter of fact when you buy some brand new rifles they come with this case with pre cut foam for the rifle. The SOA guys buy them and use them for a reason.
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