Browning Introduces Hell's Canyon Extra Wide Safe

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posted on March 23, 2017
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Thinking of selling a few guns to make room for new additions? No need to go to such measures now, as Browning has introduced the Hell’s Canyon Extra Wide Safe, which boasts a total long gun capacity of up to 65, depending on gun sizes. This monster safe measures 60” tall x 55” wide x 25” deep, with a weight of 1,055 lbs.

Featuring a tough 11-gauge steel body with Pry-Stop End Bolts for improved break-in protection, the safe also features a 1 1/4” formed door with inner plate, Force-Deflector Locking System, 1 1/4” diameter chromed locking bolts on three sides of the door and hardened steel pin lock system. Additionally, ThermaBlock fire insulation provides 1680° F/90 minute fire protection.

                              

Available with either a new automotive-grade gloss black or rugged textured charcoal finish and an option for either an S&G mechanical or electronic lock, the safe features a three-spoke black chrome door handle and beige fabric interior. A premium DPX Storage System with Quick Access Barrel Rack and Scope Saver is also included, along with Axis adjustable shelving with pistol rack. MSRP: $3,319-$3,699

For more information visit browning.com

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