Not all Gun Safes and Rifle Safes are created equal. Why?
More Steel + Fire Protection = Peace of Mind
Two of the most important elements in gun safe construction are steel and fire protection. We construct the vast majority of our gun safes with an outer steel body, a proprietary fire-resistant cement wall fill, and an inner steel security liner. The inner steel security liner provides a secondary barrier to further prevent attempted forced entry.
- The inner steel liner creates a "Safe within a Safe."
The construction of a gun safe's door and walls are the most critical line of defense from preventing a determined criminal from gaining access to your valuables.
We focus on the following critical areas...
- Door steel thickness
- Exterior body wall steel thickness
- Secondary inner steel security liner thickness (the "Safe within a Safe")
- Fire rating
- The placement, size, and number of active locking bolts
- Lock and locking mechanism
NOTE: When viewing our safes please take the time to compare MERIK Safe steel thicknesses, the number and size of active locking bolts, features, designs, included options, price and MERIK's best in class Warranty. Once you have done so you will understand the real value that we provide.
Gun Safe and Rifle Safe Steel Thickness Chart
Steel thickness or steel gauge is probably the most misunderstood fact in the gun safe industry...
NOTE: The higher the steel gauge number, the thinner the steel