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RedHead® 1856 Collection Fire-Resistant Gun Safe

   

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58" X 30" X 20"

9/18

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Charcoal
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  • Textured Charcoal finish with  unique graphics
  • 1200, 45 minute fire protection rating
  • 3-spoke handle
  • Weight: 455 lbs.
  • Manufacturer's limited 1-year warranty  
Honoring the lengthy RedHead tradition of quality, performance, and value, this rugged safe features a 12-gauge steel body with 1/2" of insulation to protect your valuables from fire. Body measures 58" x 30" x 20" for 20 cubic feet of storage space with a Duo-Plus interior.   
RedHead® 1856 Collection Fire-Resistant Gun Safe 4.3 5 19 19
Excellent Value I just bought this safe from the store. It took two other guys and myself to move the thing into my living room with a stout appliance dolly. We didn't bother removing the door. When I unboxed the safe and took off all of the foam sheeting I couldn't find a scratch on it. The metal feet screwed to the bottom of the safe were also very easy to remove. The previous reviewer said that when he put an ammo box in the floor of his safe it would bump up against plastic rifle rack 'feet' at the bottom of the door when he tried to shut the door. I ran into this issue too when I tried to put a file box on the floor of my safe. But you can remove each of the 'feet' individually - you just tilt them back and lift. However this door rack for long guns is only useful for shotguns and riles without scopes. August 27, 2014
Good Safe Just purchased this safe at the store and received 10% off for using their 0% financing card. I'm inpatient and couldn't wait to get it in the house when I got home however no friends to help. I was able to get it out of my Explorer, in the garage, down the basement stairs (carpeted) and installed. Took a little elbow grease and leverage but it's possible. Pros: The build quality seems good (not much experience with safe so I'm assuming) and I like the layout and color. Cons: I have a few standard size ammo boxes that are located in the lower left and keep the door from closing unless I remove the lower door rifle holders. The depth of this safe prevents me from putting a tube style dehumidifier across the floor as the door hits it as well. Not sure if it's normal but the 3 prong latch handle on the front seems a bit too loose and almost feels like I could break it if I really tried. Removed lower rifle holders from door. Wish I would have went with the deeper safe this style. March 15, 2014
Good value Bought the bigger model of this same safe. I needed a second safe for my guns as family heirlooms were taking up so much in my house safe. I took the shelves and divider out and have plenty of room for guns and some ammo. Left the top shelf for mags. The door pockets and hangers allow for handguns and several long guns. Just what the doctor ordered. Purchased at BPS so I can't speak to shipping. BPS staff made sure lock worked properly inspected before loading. Bigger model is higher but well worth the extra money for the extra room. Six inches deeper than this model. January 16, 2014
great safe .You really can't beat this safe for the price. It will easily hold 10 long guns and a dozen handguns, as well as ammo. I agree that you should buy the safe at the stores well as saving on the cost, the Bass Pro Shop employees will help you with operating the lock. They made sure that I could open the safe several times before I left the store. The safe was fairly easy to place in the house. It is heavy and time consuming to move, but it can be done alone with a hand truck (dolly). I recommend this safe for a piece of mind knowing your firearms are protected December 6, 2012
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Does anyone know how easy (or difficult) it is to change the factory pre-set combination?
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The owners manual says you can't without voiding the warrantee and only a professional lock smith should do it. Not sure how easy it is, but the certainly do not provide any instructions to do so.
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You can not change the combination.
If you are lucky, you will get a combination that you like.
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If your safe is equipped with a factory installed electronic lock, instructions for the lock are inside the safe. Your combination of the S & G® Mechanical Lock is pre-set at the factory. Changing the combination will void your lock warranty. If you must change the combination for some reason, contact a certified locksmith to do this for you. Manual: http://media.browning.com/pdf/om/07_137_bsf_safe_om.pdf. Thanks
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No it dose not.
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Yes, they are made by Prosteel - the same folks that make Browning's safes.
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No. Made in China. It's written on the side of the box.
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The safe is made by Browing, however the cardboard box said made in China.
I noticed it on the way home.
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I am not sure. When I ask that question the salesman told me they were made for Bass Pro by an American manufacturer. Liberty I think it was. It is a very nice safe and a good price.
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The safes are made in China by Browning.
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This is an old fashion type of safe with a manual lock. There are no batteries.
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Currently, this unit is not offered with an electronic lock. I was told that this has to do with problems regarding static electricity damage to the electronic units
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once a year
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This safe does not use any batteries.
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doesnt use batteries
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No batteries, 3 number mechanical combination lock.
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5 Active - 1 on top, 4 on opening side. Also has 3 fixed bolts on hinge side
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5 I think, the hinge side bolts are fixed and the opposite side retract. there are bolts on both sides.
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It has 7 active lugs. 6 on the opening side of the door and one on top. It also has 6 inactive lugs on the hinge side of the door.
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im pretty sure 5
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7 active bolts, 0 bottom, 6 side, 1 on top.
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Mine had 2 bolts that fastened it to the pallet.
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Yes it comes with instructions to do so.
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Yes. However, it is up to you to to drill the holes and supply any/all hardware. And, as the manual states - you should seal any holes with high-temp silicone to prevent hot gasses from entering the safe during a fire.
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Yes, But you will have to drill some holes.
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no. however the safe can be bolted to the floor from inside the case. bolts were provided with my case (but I haven't bolted it to the ground).
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Not with provided hardware.
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I do, with no problem
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Yes, it is safe to store ammunition in this Redhead safe.
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thats what its for
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Yes, it's better to have it in the safe than not in it.
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Yes. The only problem would be corrosion on non-brass cartridges due to high inside humidity issue, however, you would also have corrosion issues on stored firearms.
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Is this a mechanical or electric lock?
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mechanical
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While rated for 23 guns, you most likely will find it difficult to get that many inside - Even if you take the left side shelves out. If you desire to utilize the shelves, you can figure on 7 non-scoped guns on the door and another 4-7 long guns on the right side.
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mechanical. I believe the safe is made by Browning.
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It has 20 slots for long guns, but I was not able to use all the provided slots due to various gun sizes. For example: scope mounts, pistol grips, magazines, bi-pods, etc. limit the use of some neighboring slots.
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