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Liberty Safe Centurion 17 Safe


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  • Liberty Safe® Centurion safe
  • Model Number: CN17-BK
  • Triple case-hardened steel plates protect lock from drill attack
  • Durable gloss textured black finish with satin chrome hardware
  • Cam-drive bolt locking mechanism with slip-clutch handle
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Product Description

Protect your valuables with Liberty Safe®'s Centurion safe. Designed to hold 20 guns, it features an upholstered 3-in-1 Flex™ interior, which includes adjustable shelving and shelf covers so you can customize the storage space. There is also a cam-drive bolt locking mechanism with a slip-clutch handle, and triple case-hardened steel plates to protect the lock from a drill attack.

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Part Number CN17-BK
Item Weight420 pounds
Product Dimensions60 x 24 x 22 inches
SizeOne Size
  
Additional Information
ASINB0032E8AFI
Best Sellers Rank #1,398,480 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight420 pounds
Date First AvailableDecember 30, 2009
  
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By RedJohn on July 23, 2011
I purchased a Liberty Safe, Presidential 50 model, in January, 2011. The local dealer told me it was a new, showroom model built in 2009 that he would let me have for a great price. Imagine my surprise four months later when I called Liberty Safe on another matter and, after reciting the serial number from the label on the door, discovered that the safe I purchased was instead, a used, 2003 returned product registered to another owner. It sure looked new and it opened and locked as it should. Turns out it was purchased in 'as-is' condition by the local dealer without any warranty associated with it. That's right, the locksmith did his own repairs on the inner workings of the safe, put a different 'date of manufacture' label on it and sold it to me as a new safe! That discovery, in just one day, resulted in numerous calls and e-mails to me from the Liberty Safe customer service representative I started with, the regional sales manager and finally the Director of Dealer Sales. The problem was clearly with my local lock and safe dealer here in Montana and Liberty Safe could have easily dismissed it. Instead, they gathered photos, proof-of-purchase and other information from me and then resolved the problem by offering to replace my safe with a new Presidential 50 at no cost to me. I was astounded! They also informed me that they were immediately terminating their relationship with the fraudulent dealer. Everyone I dealt with at Liberty Safe said their ultimate goal was to have satisfied lifetime customers and it showed in their sincerity and by their actions. If that doesn't demonstrate what excellent customer service is all about I don't know what does. Other safe companies might have handled this situation well also, but none could possibly surpass Liberty Safe.Read more ›
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Lunsford on September 6, 2011
Bought a Liberty safe 16x18x24. (model? paperwork in locked safe!)Paid $700.00 Never could get into it on the 1st try yet alone the 5th sometimes. Called them (no record) under warranty. 7 years later (5 year coverage on lock) Getting ready to hack open. Locked safe 10? times since purchased since so hard to open. A real safe is usually locked! I thought $700.00 for a safe this size would last a lifetime (Quality) Liberty doesent care. Consider this on your new "American Quality Safe" purchase. Going to get grinder wheels to cut my safe open and sell for scrap. ($350.00 to repair $700.00 safe) Plus welding for hack retrieval repair $?
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