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Buying Liberty...Mechanical or Keypad?

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OK, so I've decided to get a another Liberty safe as I have a dealer withing 10 miles of my house, they deliver and they have great local support.

I have one each Mechanical & Dial safes currently, the bigger Mechanical safe is in my Shop with most of my weapons, the smaller dial safe is in the Master closet for quick access to my most often used guns. I like both but for some reason need a little nudge as to what direction to go with on this one...Thoughts?
 
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If your worried about speed you can run the dial until your short of your last number and then when you need it just spin to number and bang your open. I do it on my ammo safe and I know @Stomper does it on his at home.
I've done that, but this safe doesn't get much use, maybe once a month as my daily use stuff is in the house. So leaning towards mechanical.
 
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OK, so I've decided to get a another Liberty safe as I have a dealer withing 10 miles of my house, they deliver and they have great local support.

I have one each Mechanical & Dial safes currently, the bigger Mechanical safe is in my Shop with most of my weapons, the smaller dial safe is in the Master closet for quick access to my most often used guns. I like both but for some reason need a little nudge as to what direction to go with on this one...Thoughts?
Why not get both, new safe locks are available that use an electronic system & also have a mechanical backup


 

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