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The RedHead® King of Bucks special edition Gun Safe is embellished with an image of the incredible Damery buck, the #15 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 vault has two layers of insulation that provide up to 60 minutes of fire protection at 1,400Á. With a UL rating for tool attack, the RedHead King of Bucks special edition Gun Safe resists unwanted entry with a S&G™ mechanical lock; 3-way bolt direction; thirteen 1" locking bolts (seven active); 12 gauge steel body; 1" thick, formed door with an integrated, fully reinforced frame; heavy-duty 180Á exterior hinges; Force Deflector® locking system; re-locker and hardened steel pins. Inside your firearms are protected from dings and marring with modular shelving and a gun rack of carpet covered wood. A raised floor protects contents from moisture. The steel exterior has a durable matte black finish. 24 cubic feet. Weight: 535 lbs. Dimensions: 60" x 30" x 23".
Manufacturer model #: 1604400167.

  • Embellished with an image of the incredible Damery buck—the #15 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
  • 60 minutes of fire protection at 1,400Á
  • UL rated for tool attack
  • Raised carpeted floor
  • S&G mechanical lock
  • 24 cubic feet

The Story of the Damery Buck: On the second day of the 1993 Illinois firearm season, Brian Damery was in his treestand a full hour before dawn. His enthusiasm came from seeing a monster buck from the same stand the day before. His strategy paid off— 10 minutes after sunrise the buck appeared in the distance with some does. After studying the deer for some time, Damery was convinced they wouldn't come his way, so he dropped out of his stand and started to belly crawl across sparse cover. He got to a low dip where he couldn't advance farther and patiently waited, lying in water, for the buck to come into range. After about 20 minutes the buck stood broadside at 75 yards. Damery raised his pump shotgun and fired, striking the buck solidly.

The Damery buck makes up for a lack of symmetry by having lots of points (17 total) and an extraordinary inside spread of 28", for a gross B&C score of 231-1/8. Over 30 points are deducted from the rack for a net score of 200-2/8 to place it at the #15 B&C typical of all time and the #2 typical for the state of Illinois.

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