|Item Weight||129 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.5 x 15.9 x 55.1 inches|
|Item model number||SS-10-MG-C|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Three Years Warranty|
Stack-On SS-10-MG-C 10 Gun Fully Convertible Security Safe with Combination Lock, Matte Hunter Green
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- Holds 10 firearms up to 54 inches tall
- Includes a removable shelf
- Exterior has a hunter green epoxy paint finish with gold accents and silk-screen on the door
- 3-number combination lock with a drill resistant, hardened steel plate behind the lock provides greater security
- Fully carpeted interior
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The stack-on Tactical gun cabinet is the safest way to store your guns. Designed with the Usability and comfort of all gun enthusiasts, stack-on does not sacrifice cost for quality. This stack-on cabinet is approved by the California department of justice as meeting their standards for safely storing firearms.
From the Manufacturer
Stack-On's SS-10-MG-C 10, Gun Safe with Combination Lock is tested and listed as California Department of Justice firearms safety devices that meets the requirements of California Penal Code Section 12088 and the regulations issued. This safe has 2-way locking– 1” steel live action locking bolts –up to 6 locking points and has a fully carpeted interior. This safe has large, steel locking bolts, concealed hinges and hinge side steel dead bolts that provide added security. The concealed hinges have been engineered to allow for greater access to the safe’s contents. Stack-On's safes have patented molded barrel rests that will not deteriorate or compress over time. The contour of the barrel rest will accommodate rifles as well as side-by-side shotguns.
Top Customer Reviews
To fix the door I had to lay the safe down on the floor to take the weight off the hinges and then open the door and pull it into correct position. I had to make a large adjustment to a screw under each hinge pin to raise and level the door. In other words, it wasn't like it was just a little out of adjustment from the factory, it had never been adjusted properly to begin with. To fix the locking bolts, I had to remove the inner carpeted panel, remove the bolt actuating mechanism, make some adjustments (there are slotted holes just for this purpose) and reassemble the parts. Due to the use of what I can only describe as sheet metal, there is no way to get the locking bolts to move exactly parallel with each other. However, I was able to get the bolts to move reasonably well and retract enough for the door to operate properly. This also gave me a chance to look at the locking mechanism. While it performs it's function, the material used is not hardened and appears to be just thick sheet metal and thin gauge pins. For example, the whole mechanism is actuated by a 1/4 inch pin attached to the door handle. The pin may be made of steel but it's pliable and was slightly bent. It also appeared to have been press fitted into the handle. A hardened steel pin bolted to the handle would seem to be a better option here.
Now the positives. The door does lock and it seems secure when the steel bolts are in place. It does meet California's standards.
If you don't mind the possibility that you will have to make some adjustments to the mechanics of the safe, it does seem to be a secure safe for the money. I have no doubt that a burglar or my children would have an almost impossible time getting it open. I might also have a hard time getting it open eventually if the lock fails. But if you want a safe that will last you a lifetime.......look at something else and be prepared to spend more money.
While you can find this safe cheaper from other retailers, I would still buy this from Amazon due to their great customer service and easy returns if you don't like it.
Only issue I had was similar to someone else, the dial was stiff rather than smooth so it took several attempts to even get it open.
The bottom bolt was not aligned properly so it was catching, this not only meant the door was not securely locked but also that the internal bar that links all the bolts was bent. It didn't take much to resolve the issue, I suspect things were just knocked and became out of alignment in transit.
Its a good first safe but if I knew what I know now I would have saved up a bit more and brought a more expensive one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Must have been put in box with damage already there.Read more