Liberty Safe Fatboy! Best Selling Safe

  • Published: 20 April 2017
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Comments • 332

  • Mitchell Sanders
    Mitchell Sanders  3 days back

    Listen.....hammer drilling and steel drilling...... Anuff said steel wrapped creet yall. 20 min on out side...... If I don't just use a magnet to open it anyway

    • Christopher Fusari
      Christopher Fusari  3 months back

      sorry,secureIt make the best safe out there design and function can not be out done. liberty ain't shit you want a real gun safe go to secureIt .THEY REALLY GET IT!

      • Polish Locks
        Polish Locks  4 months back

        Best unpickable lock needed as Polish Combination Lock.

        • Eric Oxford
          Eric Oxford  4 months back

          I'm sold! A liberty fat boy is on my wish list.

          • sexy monkey
            sexy monkey  5 months back

            I like the back up drive idea thats one of my concerns lol since everything is on our devices now adays

            • sexy monkey
              sexy monkey  5 months back

              Can you increase the fire resistance like for money by putting a smaller safe for money stash.

              • Bill Fender
                Bill Fender  6 months back

                And I can still have it open in five minutes.

                • blauschuh
                  blauschuh  1 months back

                  yep.. crappy 11 gauge steel.

              • Wayne Ealey
                Wayne Ealey  7 months back

                Must be nice send me a safe free I’ll review it for u lol.

                • Eric Eckert
                  Eric Eckert  7 months back

                  You should checkout the Champion safe co. All made in Utah. I just bought the Trophy series with a S&G mechanical dial.

                  • tommy seymore
                    tommy seymore  7 months back

                    HOW CAN iIGET ONE FREE

                    • Stiles Humphrey
                      Stiles Humphrey  8 months back

                      Very informative! Great video!

                      • Jonathan Kelly
                        Jonathan Kelly  8 months back

                        I'm a fat boy.

                        • Jeffrey Kelley
                          Jeffrey Kelley  9 months back

                          How do reconcile the fact that a house fire burns at 1350 degrees and burns for 56 minutes. It same like the rating isn't adequate

                          • TWANGnBANG
                            TWANGnBANG   9 months back

                            How do your reconcile the fact that not all houses burn to the ground before the fire department arrives?

                        • Wade Wilson
                          Wade Wilson  10 months back

                          Have you ever done any voice over work?

                          • WHO_TEE_WHO
                            WHO_TEE_WHO  10 months back

                            thanks for the video

                            • Andy McGowan
                              Andy McGowan  10 months back

                              Its bolted to the floor in the wrong orientation to the corner. If you rotate the safe 90 deg so the opening edge of the door is along side the wall, it will provide protection against pry bar attacks as there is no room to use a pry bar of any size.

                              • TWANGnBANG
                                TWANGnBANG   10 months back

                                Sure, but I wouldn't have been able to open the back door. Regardless, without getting a safe like this on its back, even a large man will have a hard time getting enough leverage on a prybar to gain entry into the safe before LE arrives.

                            • AKBuilder762
                              AKBuilder762  10 months back

                              If one of those cables goes bad you have a big problem. I understand they put it on the back to protect it but with no access you could be screwed.
                              A side access with a secured cover plate would be a good idea.

                              • Scorpion Sunday
                                Scorpion Sunday  10 months back

                                Composite doors are not very good. I would only by a safe with a steel door

                                • pbanthonyv
                                  pbanthonyv  11 months back

                                  This is putting all of your valuables in to something that can be breached with a fire axe... Bad idea.

                                  • TWANGnBANG
                                    TWANGnBANG   11 months back

                                    By the time you got into this safe with an ax, you’ll be Swiss cheese.

                                • rico wetem
                                  rico wetem  11 months back


                                  • Tony Smith
                                    Tony Smith  12 months back

                                    before you buy anything liberty.... see how easy you can break in

                                    • Tony Smith
                                      Tony Smith  12 months back

                                      Because that's what they told you.... I'm sure they wouldn't ever fib about that either.
                                      They are also just making residential containment, not actually a safe.

                                    • TWANGnBANG
                                      TWANGnBANG   12 months back

                                      I’ll take the statements from the guys who replace damaged safes over this guy’s claims designed to sell metal storage cages that don’t even hide your guns. In all the years of selling safes of all brands, they’ve never had a property loss from a Liberty.

                                    • Tony Smith
                                      Tony Smith  12 months back

                                      No, you are fooled.
                                      That is the correct video and cut the entire top off of a Liberty safe in under two minutes.....
                                      Have fun if someone breaks in with a cheap cutting saw and just a carbide blade.

                                    • TWANGnBANG
                                      TWANGnBANG   12 months back

                                      You’re fooling yourself if you think going through three grinding wheels in 19 minutes of cutting with free access to all sides of the safe is easy. That video (you linked to the wrong video, BTW) is the best demonstration of how GOOD most RSCs are at protecting your stuff long enough for law enforcement to respond.

                                  • InChrist87
                                    InChrist87  12 months back

                                    That’s not a safe that thing is a cardboard box. You can cut right into that like buyer with a circular saw. You want a real safe get a true gun safe.

                                    • TWANGnBANG
                                      TWANGnBANG   12 months back

                                      It would take you quite a while to cut with a circular saw. It’s doable, but it’s not going to be “like buyer.”

                                  • D T
                                    D T  1 years back

                                    You can saw right through the side in 35 min with a cheap harbor freight saw.

                                    • TWANGnBANG
                                      TWANGnBANG   1 years back

                                      Only 35 minutes, huh... :) By that time, you’ll be already downtown and being processed.

                                  • justo222
                                    justo222  1 years back

                                    great review. i almost didn't watch this 'cause i thot i had already seen it since i've been subbed for a while now. glad i decided to watch 'cause i realize now that i either missed it or wasn't subbed when you 1st uploaded it.

                                    i REALLY like your idea about the purpose for powering the USB HD. i hadn't thot of that. thanks!!

                                    • ChristianConservativ
                                      ChristianConservativ  1 years back

                                      Only Liberty Safes would think about EMPS. I love Liberty. They are the best. I have had mine for over 10yrs.

                                      • Daniel Morris
                                        Daniel Morris  1 years back


                                        Hope yours better

                                        • TWANGnBANG
                                          TWANGnBANG   1 years back

                                          That’s why you bolt a safe down as this one is. Hard to get that kind of leverage if you can’t put your full body weight onto the bar like they both did.

                                      • JLNYardBird
                                        JLNYardBird  1 years back

                                        I take my Sturdy safe over a Liberty safe any day. No contest on quality, Sturdy wins.

                                        • Lerch
                                          Lerch  1 years back

                                          its a waste of money! No safe is any more secure than a locking gun cabinet!

                                          • Booterman
                                            Booterman  1 years back

                                            Stopped watching when you said they bribed you, I mean, gifted the safe. Not an unbiased review IMHO. Normally love your videos.

                                            • TWANGnBANG
                                              TWANGnBANG   1 years back

                                              Then you didn't see why that didn't matter.

                                          • Charles Jacobs
                                            Charles Jacobs  1 years back

                                            T&B, I generally like your videos, but you really missed the mark with the installation. In fact, paying an installer for them to do that is almost criminal. If at all possible, the safe should be placed adjacent to a wall on the left, not on the right. By doing so it virtually eliminates the possibility of a pry attack because by being against the wall the pry bar can't be manipulated to apply leverage.

                                            • TWANGnBANG
                                              TWANGnBANG   1 years back

                                              Pry attacks are simply ineffective on most modern safes. Law enforcement would be here long before they’d get significant progress.

                                          • Covencraft
                                            Covencraft  1 years back

                                            how thick is the metal on the walls?

                                          • tank2449
                                            tank2449  1 years back

                                            is it me or is that gun safe very short?

                                            • Farar Rarara
                                              Farar Rarara  1 years back

                                              I hope it does have cat6 cable.

                                              • gator 556
                                                gator 556  2 years back

                                                Explain to me a normal person who doesn't really have the opportunity to buy a go pro and have a computer and the time to edit videos and everything can get a free safe? Why would I want to buy one when they're given him away to people just to make videos that doesn't seem very fair to me I guarantee if I propped my phone up I can make a video just like that only God to send me a free safe After hearing the fact that you got it for free just for doing the YouTube videos I don't think I'll be buying anything from liberty It's not fair at all what about the regular person who can afford all that stuff and doesn't have the time to sit down and make all these videos we can't get a free safe why do we have to pay for ours? I've sent liberty an email and I haven't heard anything back yet I know I could I'm sure everybody who has a lot of guns could use a gun safe So advertising that you got it free just to make a video does not make me want one of theirs that all

                                                • Elliot White
                                                  Elliot White  5 days back

                                                  gator 556 What an ass.

                                                • gator 556
                                                  gator 556  2 years back

                                                  TWANGnBANG 🖕🤣

                                                • TWANGnBANG
                                                  TWANGnBANG   2 years back

                                                  No. What’s happening here is that I worked for what I got, but you want to get a handout. I’m not the mayor- I’m media in the gun industry. I’m not getting a free safe because I’m famous. I got it because I earned the following that I have after a ton of work and personal risk. You’re not going to get anything for nothing, and neither did I.

                                                • gator 556
                                                  gator 556  2 years back

                                                  Dude I've got way too much stuff going on By the time the weekend comes you to work in the yard work on the house help out with the kids the wife the two dogs My hands are full I could use one free but I don't have the time to sit down and make all these videos and I dam sure don't have a couple $1000 laying around to make it were it's in if I get a free safe if I make all these videos People don't subscribe to my channel they act like you gotta pay to subscribe or something I've asked people the same thing like they do on Instagram I subscribed in mind I'll subscribe to yours than that just goes out the window There's other safes out on the market and there's other ways to store your guns in the house that are safe and fireproof without having to have a gun safe What's going on here is the same thing that happens in restaurants the mayor walks into a restaurant they shower him with food champagne he gets everything for free Regular old Joe Schmidt walks in with the family gotta pay for everything says to meal ain't right still gotta pay

                                                • TWANGnBANG
                                                  TWANGnBANG   2 years back

                                                  FTC regulations (and my own principles) require me to disclose that they gave this to me, and they gave it to me because I have almost as many subscribers as Guns & Ammo plus a track record of almost 400 videos demonstrating how I can evaluate products and explain their features in a way that viewers appreciate. I spent tens of thousands of my own dollars getting the channel started and years of full time effort building it to the point that Liberty contacted me. Take the risks yourself, prove that you can create videos that people like to watch, and you’ll get offers from companies like Liberty, too.

                                                  Also, if you aren’t going to buy a product from a company because it provides media samples, I have no idea what products you’re going to buy.

                                              • Exterminator
                                                Exterminator  2 years back

                                                Thanks for the great review! I am going to order one....

                                                • Tackycal
                                                  Tackycal  2 years back

                                                  How u gonna give a full review only hours after delivery ??? You haven’t even had time to figure out the cons/ pros . Any ways , nice review on that free safe you got there 🤔.

                                                  • TWANGnBANG
                                                    TWANGnBANG   2 years back

                                                    You mean because I didn’t tell you how to use *any* safe in this one video that is about a Liberty safe, you’ll never buy a Liberty safe? Seems sensible. /s

                                                  • Tackycal
                                                    Tackycal  2 years back

                                                    TWANGnBANG that there is the reason why u should not be doing reviews on safe , You told me nothing that Persuaded me to buy a liberty safe over the other safe , you told me nothing on storing long rifles vs short rifles , you told me nothing on storing full size guns vs compact guns , you told me nothing and how much ammo the safe can store on shelves , Or whether or not you put the ammo in the safe or just use the shelves for guns and no ammo , it takes time to learn all this , open and closing the safe on a daily basis what u learn from it , I’m sorry bro , but u told me nothing That was Resourceful . I think I’ll pass on liberty safe .

                                                  • TWANGnBANG
                                                    TWANGnBANG   2 years back

                                                    It’s a safe. It opens, it closes.

                                                • SAVAGE308SNIPER
                                                  SAVAGE308SNIPER  2 years back


                                                  • Rodolfo Benza
                                                    Rodolfo Benza  2 years back

                                                    About someone putting a gun to your head and make you open the safe.

                                                    • bison uberti
                                                      bison uberti  2 years back

                                                      Have a Wonderful and Joyous Christmas.    Shoot lots and stay safe.

                                                    • Matthew W
                                                      Matthew W  2 years back

                                                      15 minutes, with a 4-1/2" Standard Cordless Angle Grinder will go right through the left side, it will peel like a onion, even your common thugs now knows that there’s no protection on the sides and they don’t even waste your time on the door, Bolting it down with is a must, build a form around it and concrete and rebar it in,

                                                      • TWANGnBANG
                                                        TWANGnBANG   2 years back

                                                        I’m not talking about that, either. I’m talking about removing stuff from INSIDE the safe. Again, even though burglars have succeeded in cutting INTO Liberty safes in this area, none were successful at stealing anything that was contained WITHIN them. Plenty of strategies you can do to increase the time it takes someone to cut into your safe if you so desire

                                                      • Matthew W
                                                        Matthew W  2 years back

                                                        TWANGnBANG - Wasn’t talking about removing the whole safe, talking about protecting the Vulnerable sides and top, it’s only 11 gauge steel, that’s why I went with the Fort Knox guardian, at least it’s 5/16 steel and even then I opted for the armor Knox and the stainless steel package, I don’t want to frighten you but in the angle grinder will go through that 11 gauge steel faster than you think, trying not to come off as a hater, I’m just trying to suggest how you can improve on what you have, for $100 more you can invest in some concrete rebar and some plywood to build form, all these residential security containers put their strength in the door, but you need to stiffen up the sides and top,

                                                      • TWANGnBANG
                                                        TWANGnBANG   2 years back

                                                        It takes longer than that, and even 15 minutes is enough time for LE response. As I mentioned in the video, the very large safe dealer has replaced many Liberty safes that were damaged by burglars, but not a single safe ever had anything removed.

                                                    • gerard haubert
                                                      gerard haubert  2 years back

                                                      Have heard that sides are carpet and sheet rock under thin exterior walls. Have also heard they are not that hard to break into.

                                                      • TWANGnBANG
                                                        TWANGnBANG   2 years back

                                                        Nearly all RSCs have fireboard for fireproofing. Interior is not lined with carpet- it’s a fabric of some kind, though. As I mentioned in the video, they seem to be hard enough to get into that the largest dealer in the area has yet to see one where thieves got something out.

                                                    • John Wayne
                                                      John Wayne  2 years back

                                                      Do u have any tips or product recommendations for gun owners who live in apartments who can not have safes or bolt cabinets to the floor or walls?

                                                      • Road Glide
                                                        Road Glide  2 years back

                                                        I have a bunch of ammo and want to store all of it. How much can I expect each shelf to hold in terms of weight in pounds? Shelf weight capacity?

                                                        • TWANGnBANG
                                                          TWANGnBANG   2 years back

                                                          You'll have to ask Liberty. They'll sort you out.

                                                      • Ethano
                                                        Ethano  2 years back

                                                        I want I want 2 lol

                                                        • First World Crusader
                                                          First World Crusader  2 years back

                                                          Great video! I think I will need to upgrade my centurion 24 to this soon. I'm running out of space!

                                                          • glockumollie
                                                            glockumollie  2 years back

                                                            I couldn't care less about how it looks all I care about the safe I'm buying is that it is the most secure safe I can afford to buy. I'm totally new to buying or knowing anything about safes but I do know that my biggest concern is keeping the bad guys out. Of course I know that no safe is immune to being broken into but I want a safe that is close to if not the safest safe they can produce today that I can afford. I know you didn't pay for your safe but the pricing information would be very useful for the rest of us poor slobs that have to pay for everything we own.

                                                            • TWANGnBANG
                                                              TWANGnBANG   2 years back

                                                              It’s always linked in the video description.

                                                          • j collins
                                                            j collins  2 years back

                                                            Does the safe door hit your wall?

                                                            • Le_Fox_knives
                                                              Le_Fox_knives  1 years back

                                                              TWANGnBANG why did you not install it 180 degrees from where it is. On the other wall?. You wouldn't have had any issues with the handle and wall. Just curious?

                                                            • TWANGnBANG
                                                              TWANGnBANG   2 years back

                                                              Yes. It must be far enough from the back wall for the cords to not be too kinked and far enough from the hinge side wall for the door to open 90deg without the handle hitting. Make sure to have all the cords you need to wire it up ready to go before the installers come because once you bolt it down, you aren’t going to want to move it.

                                                            • j collins
                                                              j collins  2 years back

                                                              TWANGnBANG thanks I'll have to do that. I'm having a fatboy Jr extreme delivered pretty soon and I want mine in the same corner

                                                            • TWANGnBANG
                                                              TWANGnBANG   2 years back

                                                              I put a door stop on the baseplate to keep the handle from hitting the wall. It still opens past 90 degrees, though. That’s why I had it installed with that space between the safe and the wall.

                                                          • Turd Ferguson
                                                            Turd Ferguson  2 years back

                                                            That's not a real safe, any thief could tear that open in 30 minutes. Liberty safes are junk that look good but won't get the job done. The door is just sheet metal wrapped around dry wall, a real safe uses steel plate.Look at the door gaps, a pry bar can easily get in there and any decent sized guy can punch through that thin sheet metal with an axe.

                                                            • Matthew W
                                                              Matthew W  2 years back

                                                              15 minutes, with a 4-1/2" Standard Cordless Angle Grinder will go right through the left side, it will peel like a onion, even your common thugs now knows that there’s no protection on the sides and they don’t even waste your time on the door, Bolting it down with is a must, build a form around it and concrete and rebar it in,

                                                            • TWANGnBANG
                                                              TWANGnBANG   2 years back

                                                              30 minutes is more than I need.