Browning Black Label Mark IV Safes

posted on October 7, 2014

Understanding that firearms can have unique dimensions, shapes and storage requirements, the Black Label Mark IV series of safes are designed to accommodate modern sporting rifles alongside more traditional long guns. The safes are U.S.-made, and feature an 11-ga. steel body and 15⁄16" thick duo-formed door with a 10-ga. steel inner plate. The door utilizes Browning’s Force Deflector Locking System, Pry-Stop end bolts and 1¼"-diameter chromed locking bolts on all four sides.

The new safes are replete with interior storage options for long guns, pistols and optics, as well as other valuables and even come with an exterior loft for storing additional gear. The fire protection rating is 1,200° F/75 min. and an S&G Electronic lock is standard. The standard-size Black Label Mark IV is 60"x30"x25" with a suggested price of $3,399 and the wide model measures 60"x43"x25" with a price of $3,999. Contact: Browning, One Browning Place, Morgan, UT 84050; 800-333-3288;


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