Basic Gun Safe Information
With the decision to own a firearm of any type should also be the decision to own a gun safe 38 special ammo Firearms whether intended for sport or self defense must be kept securely away from the possibility of theft or the possibility that someone other than the owner could happen across the weapon and intentionally or unintentionally use it to hurt someone. Criminals that use firearms typically do not walk into a sporting goods retailer and ask which guns are best to use for bank robberies or stick ups, the guns they use are from the streets, stolen guns that were once purchased by law biding citizens. Children of any age should never under any circumstance have unsupervised access to a firearm. The use of gun safes weather at home or work is one of the best measures a gun owner can take to prevent these tragedies. This article will provide basic information on what types of gun safes are available and how they differ from one another: by size, how they work, and how well they work.
Large or Small?
There are generally speaking two types of gun safes based on the overall size and quantity of firearms they will be used for.
Large gun safes used for long barreled firearms such as rifles or shot guns these are usually designed to stand vertically and have racks inside to hold the guns side by side without leaning onto one another, some have interior shelves to accommodate ammunition or smaller handguns.
Smaller safes used for hand guns, revolvers or semi-automatics are usually designed to hold only one or possibly two guns. These must somehow be able to be secured to either a wall, a strong secure shelf or the floor, this is in order to prevent a would be thief from trying to abscond with it and its’ contents. Regardless of size all gun safes need to provide protection from theft or unauthorized use and fires.
Mechanical or Electronic?