RedHead Gun Safe - Cartwright King of Bucks 25-Gun
Experience peace of mind with this RedHead® Gun Safe, knowing that your beloved firearms are safe and secure inside this uncompromising steel vault. This King of Bucks special edition is embellished with an image of the incredible Cartwright buck, the #14 Boone and Crocket typical whitetail. A patented DPX storage system allows secure storage of up to 25 long guns—depending on shelving layout— and handguns on the inside, top half of the door where they're rapidly accessible. This first-class gun safe also features the following: two layers of 1/2" insulation for up to 45 minutes of fire protection at 1,200°; UL rated for tool attack; S&G™ mechanical lock; 3-way bolt direction; 12 gauge steel body; thirteen 1" locking bolts (seven active); 1" thick, formed door with an integrated, fully reinforced frame; 3-spoke handle; heavy-duty 180° exterior hinges; Force Deflector® locking system; re-locker and hardened steel pins; gray carpet on a raised floor; 24 cubic feet; and durable, textured gloss black finish. Weight: 535 lbs. Dimensions: 60"x30"x23".
Manufacturer model #: 1604400143.
- Embellished with an image of the incredible Cartwright buck—the #14 B&C typical
- Secure storage of up to 25 long guns
- Readily accessible handgun storage on inside of door
- 12 gauge steel body with thirteen 1" locking bolts
- 45 minutes of fire protection at 1,200°
- UL rated for tool attack
- Raised carpeted floor
- S&G mechanical lock
- 24 cubic feet
The Story of the Cartwright Buck: On October 17th, 1992 James Cartwright was out hunting for venison on public land in Northeastern Washington State when he spotted a large buck running away from him. Just before the buck went over a ridge and out of sight at 200 yards, Cartwright took a shot at it, but thought he had missed. What a surprise for Cartwright when he crested the ridge and found a 200-3/8 Boone & Crockett typical lying in the snow. One of the huge main beams had broken off in the fall above the brow tine however, so Cartwright didn't have the buck scored until B&C relaxed the scoring rules in 2003. The buck is the current Washington State record, and the 14th largest typical whitetail in history—one of the few typical whitetails to score over the magic 200-point mark.