Monthly Archives: April 2009

Gun Safe Quality, Security and Flexibility for Responsible Firearm Owners

The right to own and carry firearms is a time-honored tradition considered, by many, to be an important part of our heritage.

Responsible gun owners take this tradition very seriously. As lawful gun owners, they take pride in their prudent use of firearms for legitimate purposes. Likewise, they take enormous pride in the firearms themselves–firearms that often represent one-of-a-kind investments.

Whether you’re a hunter, sportsman or hobbyist, owning a firearm, using it safely and handling it wisely go hand-in-hand. Securing and protecting your collection against damage, unauthorized use, theft and possible accidents is a vital part of this responsibility. It’s the pride component in pride of ownership.

SentrySafe understands the unique safety and security issues that conscientious firearm owners face on a daily basis. Our extensive family of gun safes and cabinets — available in various sizes and capacities — accommodate individual storage needs with a host of standard and trade-up features that can include fire protection, dual locking systems (combination/electronic), high quality live/dead bolt provisions and configurable inferior shelving alternatives.

Providing quality-driven security gun safes and cabinets that protect firearms, collectibles and other priceless possessions is synonymous with the SentrySafe name. Promising the kind of innovation our customers expect continues to be the hallmark of our success.

Protect Your Stuff From Fire! Sentry Gets Put To The Test!

People are buying safes to protect there property and money in these tough economic times.

ABC News set 2 home safes on fire, A Sentry Safe HD4100 and a competitor model.

They locked up the same items in both safes.

  • A Thumb Drive
  • A CD and DVD
  • Paper Work
  • Money

Members from the phoenix fire department were on stand by for safety reasons.

Wooden pallets were setup to mimic a house fire.

Both boxes were burned for 10 minuets @ 1500 degrees, typical for a house fire.

When the competitor’s model was opened only ashes remained, the Money, DVD, and paperwork were gone!

As for the Sentry Safe, The concrete was pealed off and the safe appeared to seal it self shut during the fire. Fire fighters peeled it opened to find the paper’s money, DVD and thumb drive in tact. It doesn’t even look like the fire touched the items. Nothing is damaged or wet from the fire.

Sentry Safe conducts rigorous testing on our products!