SPECIFICATIONS: Fire Protection: 90 minutes at 1200°F - Insulation Material: Proprietary Cement, Construction exceeds U.L. RSC Standards (Residential Security Container), Safe Door Construction: Total of 1/2” Exterior Steel + Cement Fill + 12 gauge Inner Steel, Safe Body Construction: 1/4” (3 gauge) Exterior Steel + Cement Fill + (14 gauge) Inner Steel Security Liner - Creating a "Safe within a Safe", 4-Way Bolt Work - Horizontal and Vertical, 1-3/4" Diameter Chrome Plated Locking Bolts, U.L. Listed NL Electronic Lock, 3 - AC Power Supply Outlets + 2 - USB Ports, Finish: Black painted finish on body and door. Door appointed with a Satin Stainless Steel Facia Plate and Satin Stainless Steel Pull, Limited Lifetime Gun Safe Warranty on damage to safe due to unlawful break-in or damage from fire (paint and contents excluded) * The Javelin Gun Safe also INCLUDES: Universal Gun Safe Interior Configuration, Silver/Gray Standard Carpet Color, Fully Carpeted, Velcro friendly, safe Interior - Ceiling, Floor, all Walls, and Shelves - all Velcro friendly and will accept Velcro friendly gun holsters and storage packs, Deluxe Door Organizer, Ultra-Smooth Cam Driven Locking Mechanism, Chrome-plated Deluxe 5 Spoke Handle, 4 - Pre-drilled 9/16" diameter Anchor Holes, Intumescent Expanding Fire Door Seal to Protect Against Fire & Smoke, Heavy-duty Steel External Hinges - Hinges on Right Side (Standard), Fully Continuous Welded Steel Body, Bolt-Detent System prevents bolts from being projected when the door is open, Anti-Pry Tab resisting Pry Attacks to Locking Bolts, Dual Relockers, 10 Gauge AR500 Hard Plates to Resist Drill Attack to Lock. As a responsible gun owner, you want to ensure that your firearms are secure and protected from unauthorized access. A gun safe is an essential tool for achieving this goal. When selecting a gun safe, one of the most important considerations is the construction materials used. A gun safe with thicker steel on the door (1/2") and 1/4" thick steel on the body, concrete insulation, and more locking bolts that are 1-3/4" in diameter can provide significant benefits for gun owners. Here are some of the advantages of this type of gun safe: Enhanced Security: Thicker steel on the door and body of the gun safe provides a higher level of security against attacks from burglars and intruders. 1/2" thick steel on the door is much more difficult to penetrate, drill, or pry open compared to thinner steel. Additionally, 1/4" thick steel on the body adds an extra layer of protection for your firearms. The more locking bolts that are 1-3/4" in diameter increases the number of pressure points around the door perimeter, making it even harder for a thief to pry it open. Fire Protection: In addition to burglars and intruders, fires can also pose a threat to your firearms and most valued possessions. A gun safe with concrete insulation provides excellent fire protection. Concrete is an effective insulator that can absorb and dissipate heat generated during a fire, minimizing damage to your firearms. The concrete insulation also provides an added layer of protection for your firearms against smoke that may occur during a fire. Durability: A gun safe with thicker steel on the door and body, concrete insulation, and more locking bolts that are 1-3/4" in diameter is more durable and resistant to wear and tear. Thick steel can withstand heavy use and abuse over time. Concrete insulation is also durable and will remain effective for many years. Resale Value: A gun safe with thicker steel on the door and body, concrete insulation, and more locking bolts that are 1-3/4" in diameter is likely to have a higher resale value compared to a less well-constructed safe. If you ever decide to sell your gun safe, you can expect to get more money for it if it is of high quality.