Secureit Agile 52 and 40 Gun Safes

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  • THATMOFODIRT
    THATMOFODIRT  6 days back

    As much as I move this might work.
    Aided by security cameras that send an alert to my phone and 911 eases my concern with it not being as secure as traditional gun safes that weigh a lot more than I’m willing to move every few years.

    • Sugar Free
      Sugar Free  1 months back

      There is really no reason for one of these things to not have wifi and an app associated with it in today's world. Vaultek has really paved the way for this, and because they are they only ones with these (connected) types of cabinets, they are selling at a premium. I think a case can be made for a low security cabinet if it has an intrusion detection backend.

    • Be Safe 24/7
      Be Safe 24/7  1 months back

      I'm not a handyman. How do I bolt this down through carpet into the floor❓

      • Be Safe 24/7
        Be Safe 24/7  1 months back

        @The Wound Channel Thanks brother!!!

      • The Wound Channel
        The Wound Channel   1 months back

        If you can access the space below the floor you drill holes and go underneath and put nuts on the back of the bolts.

        If not you can use lag bolts, Lowe’s should have em

    • Be Safe 24/7
      Be Safe 24/7  1 months back

      Now everybody know where the backup key is located Just make sure you have a home security camera system.

      • TimeTwoShoot
        TimeTwoShoot  1 months back

        The system states it fits 6x rifles. I am guessing if you have a light on the side of the rifle results in less guns fitting in it. Is it limited to 3x AR15 with lights and scopes mounted or is there a way to fit 6x AR-15 with lights mounted on their rails.

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   1 months back

          I can fit 6 left to right easily

        • TimeTwoShoot
          TimeTwoShoot  1 months back

          @The Wound Channel so only 3x would fit or did you find a way to insert the ARs mag well inward and the next mag well towards the do or possibly place something under every other dual rifle stock base plate so the location of the lights would differ height wise

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   1 months back

          That’s true for all gun safes. Liberty et al will say a safe is a 16 gun or 24 gun and you can never fit that many with scopes

      • Bob jones
        Bob jones  2 months back

        How do they justify the cost ? These things are as flimsy as the 200 cabinets you find in sporting good stores. I can break into a secure it cabinet with a 1 pound small hammer.
        No way it is as secure as my low end liberty centurian safe. You would need a saw or a strong crowbar to get it open.

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   2 months back

          Nobody said it was “as” secure. It’s secure enough to prevent a smash and grab like a display case. Secure enough to prevent children from access. Secure enough to make a HELL of a lot of noise to get into it (you aren’t breaching this with people sleeping in the home). It has a nice key pad lock, and the other features explained in the video (disassembly, modularity, cradle grid stuff).

          If it’s not for you don’t buy it. Some people might, that’s why we have choices. You can certainly buy a steel box with a lock on it much cheaper than a liberty centurion. Does that make your safe over priced?

      • Dray Emerson
        Dray Emerson  3 months back

        Is it possible to buy the 40 and flip the door around to save some cash ?$?$

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   3 months back

          Lol no worries. The keypad would be upside down if you flipped the door but it might work!

        • Dray Emerson
          Dray Emerson  3 months back

          @The Wound Channel oooops. Minor details. Thanks!

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   3 months back

          One is a foot taller than the other

        • Dray Emerson
          Dray Emerson  3 months back

          @The Wound Channel secure it 40 is $500 and the 52 is $600. They both hold 6 guns. Only difference is door hand and key pad location

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   3 months back

          How would that save cash?

      • David Coulter
        David Coulter  3 months back

        I wonder if I could buy a file cabinet at a better price? They have locks

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   3 months back

          Drawers instead of one big door but it might work for pistols

      • Exterminator
        Exterminator  4 months back

        These are cheap flimsy overpriced chinese made garbage that is made of inferior chinese steel!  NO excuse for not owning a REAL gun safe. Rhino won the best of the best award and is made in the USA!

      • Roy Kindrick
        Roy Kindrick  4 months back

        They have a You Tube account and they tell you why and how they got to the concept you see here. They have a website too.

      • Milo X
        Milo X  4 months back

        I seriously considered buying a safe with 1/4" wall plates and a 1/2" door plate. But I have too much metal working gear in my garage. It would take me about 10 minutes with an abrasive blade on a skill saw to rip open a high security safe. Forget about the plasma torch. After a lot of research I decided the best course was a well hidden gun locker and a fire insurance policy.

        • James Whitworth
          James Whitworth  2 months back

          Unless you have a cement-filled safe with carbide inlaid steel to resist cutting they'll get through it anyway regardless of thickness. By the way secure it actually makes a safe like that called the True Safe. Also secure it emphasizes using multiple safes stored in areas people wouldn't look. Like closets and storage spaces outside of the master bedroom. Also unlike many other cabinets and safes you can take them apart and store them flat. So if you move a lot and you don't want your neighbors to see you moving a big ass cabinet or gun safe into your apartment this is definitely an option.

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   4 months back

          Can’t blame ya for that

      • OhioPreparedness
        OhioPreparedness  5 months back

        I was thinking the same thing, overpriced and it probably is, but not so much that I was turned off. I received my Model 52 combo and I love it. Im going to order the model 40 as well. It is no harder to cut into a 600-800 dollar liberty safe than it is to cut into this. I have no desire for a 500# safe or a 30 minute fire rating. If i wanted that kind of protection id buy a real safe with a 2 hour plus fire rating and 1/4" steel on all 4 sides. This fits my needs exactly. I was going to purchase the stackon tactical cabinet but that is really cheap and not well made. This cabinet is much better than the stackon unit.

        • Bob jones
          Bob jones  2 months back

          It is easier to cut open or pry open with a crowbar then a low end liberty safe. Be real.
          The secure it can have the sides kicked in by an able body man, the liberty safe can not.
          It is a 600 light sheet metal box, no different then a 100 stack on cabinet, be real.
          you are paying a premium for a well thought out layout that looks tactie cool and marketing. Be honest about it.

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   5 months back

          Well said!

      • Castleknight
        Castleknight  6 months back

        Is it steady on a carpeted floor without being bolted to the wall?

      • John Smith
        John Smith  7 months back

        Too expensive.

      • Pablo
        Pablo  7 months back

        $100 off on the Model 52 this last Black Friday... still $75 off as of today.

      • Magnan Imus
        Magnan Imus  8 months back

        Two points:
        1) I really wish this was diguised, like have it look like a regular old office filing cabinet that's locked (and probably not worth the average thief's time). Gun safes (especially of this size) shouldn't look like gun safes.
        2) how hard would it be to just bash it with a baseball bat or go at it with a crowbar to crack it open? A torture test is warranted.

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   8 months back

          Disguised would be nice but probably add cost.

          It would be very hard with a baseball bat. Maybe a large hammer but that would be loud and still take awhile.

      • AKBuilder762
        AKBuilder762  8 months back

        Grass clippings cost extra.

      • Zilch71
        Zilch71  9 months back

        They have videos of people hitting the front with a hammer and it warps in so you can reach inside

        • B real
          B real  6 months back

          @The Wound Channel not if I was at work!

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   9 months back

          I bet that would wake you up lol

      • CW Spencer
        CW Spencer  11 months back

        Something like this appeals to me as a transient apartment dweller.

      • incognito
        incognito  11 months back

        I think I'd rather just buy a cabinet

      • Big6Duke
        Big6Duke  11 months back

        Do they include the wall or floor mount?

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   11 months back

          There’s holes in the cabinet and you just screw it down with lag bolts

      • Paul Dukich
        Paul Dukich  11 months back

        Holy frickin way overpriced.

      • scott 1911man
        scott 1911man  11 months back

        I bought the Agile 52 a couple months ago, As you said super easy to assemble I did the whole thing myself except for the dòor I had my wife help me. I have 4 long guns in mine that shelf thing & 3 bins for my mags its really a nice safe, My only criticism is I wish they had put a lighted keypad if I ever had too open this thing in the dark I would be fucked.

      • Michael DeJesus
        Michael DeJesus  11 months back

        I've looked at these multiple times but the problem is the price. Between $500-600 and it's a hard pass. Take that price down to the $350-$400 price range and they'll have a much better chance at selling well.

        • The HiFi Guy
          The HiFi Guy  1 months back

          Agreed completely. I really want one of these but I think they're just a little too overpriced for what they are. If they knocked the price down by about $100 on each model, they would be a great value and would probably sell like hotcakes.

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   11 months back

          Thanks for the feedback!

      • TALLA300CforumZ
        TALLA300CforumZ  11 months back

        not bad

      • Sergio Marroquin, Jr.
        Sergio Marroquin, Jr.  11 months back

        This is a gun CABINET not a gun SAFE. Big difference between the two. Comparing the two is apple and oranges.

        • David Coulter
          David Coulter  3 months back

          And neither do good safes

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   11 months back

          All the “safes” at big box stores are residential security containers not safes. There’s still valid reasons to make a comparison

        • Frying Pan
          Frying Pan  11 months back

          Cabinets normally dont cost $600

      • Mark II
        Mark II  11 months back

        Too much money. 3 Stack-On 8-gun safes for the price of a Secureit 6-gun safe is no value

        • James Whitworth
          James Whitworth  2 months back

          Stack-On safes don't use hardened steel plates. They also don't lock up the same as the Security Safes. I have a stack on that I put my ammunition in and a few secureit agile safes. Trust me there's a difference. However you can get through any of them in about 10 minutes with an angle grinder.

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   11 months back

          Thanks for the feedback!

      • Jonathan Bragger
        Jonathan Bragger  11 months back

        You guys are missing the point. It’s to prevent people direct access to you firearms! He said nothing about fire protection as that’s why you have insurance. And if you have a $5000 over collectible under shotguns, this case is probably not for you as you will have a 10K safe anyways. This is geared towards people that just need some thing to prevent direct access from kids or a basic level of protection. I have a few AR15s so I wouldn’t need a 10,000 safe to house and protect them.

        As to the video he is referencing about there is a guy that’s probably 160 lbs and small and he breaks a 10k safe in like 1:15 seconds and it was fairly quiet minus the door falling to the ground. You take a hammer and screw drives to a place and get it. But I can throw a brick through you window and get access to your house so yeah if you want to get in you will get in. Over priced, maybe but it’s you get what you pay for. I got a stack on tactical an it only hold 2 ARS well. And I have 3 other guns on the side (not to well) And i paid 250ish for it. As I don’t have any super rare guns so again why do I care about fire rating for a few Glocks and a few ARS?

        Anyways, how tall is the 52 and 40 when they are stacked together??

        • SecureIt Gun Storage
          SecureIt Gun Storage  10 months back

          Hey JonAthan, The 2 cabinets stacked are 92 inches. A big part of the Agile appeal is the lack of weight and ability to secure firearms with fast access in discrete locations. As it works out the most secure places in a home are also the best places to store firearms for home defense. We have a few articles on home defense and decentralized storage:
          https://www.secureitgunstorage.com/the-four-places-in-your-home-you-must-store-firearms
          and
          https://www.secureitgunstorage.com/gun-safe/decentralized-gun-storage/

        • Kenneth H
          Kenneth H  11 months back

          Jonathan Bragger. Most of the criticism is the price point. Let's face it. You can buy a real safe with some fire protection in the same price point. Also, a person might be able to knock a regular safe over and get in. However, if the safe is bolted down like it should be, a thief is not going to tip a modern safe over without some work. Conversely, if you don't bolt the cabinet down and I'm a thief, I'm not going to bother breaking in. I'm going to grab the whole darn thing and walk out the front door. It's happened before and will happen again. You gotta bolt any form of storage down to keep it from walking off too easily. By the way, I understand if a thief wants something bad enough they are going to get it. We are just trying to slow them down. Also, I mentioned this before, but if you already have a hardened room such as a security office, police department, fire, ems or secured inner room, then having a regular safe is a waste of space and secure cabinets are just a extra layer of protection and organisation. These cabinets are just a means of keeping a honest person honest and probably not the best option for the majority of regular gun owners. It's not a knock against the product. Just a discussion on the appropriate use of the product. On a last note, I have insurance and I keep a copy of my policy in my fireproof safe along with my log of owned high value items. It doesn't do any good to have insurance if you can't prove you owned said items in the first place. Yeah, you will probably get your items back eventually, but why chance it, especially in today's antigun reality a lot of us live in.

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   11 months back

          92

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   11 months back

          Well said man.

        • Jonathan Bragger
          Jonathan Bragger  11 months back

          EpicWins You are an idiot. These are residential class type security measures. And all safe or a cabinet as this does is buy you time to help to hope you catch the criminal get caught to opening the safe. Yes I have insurance on all my firearms. And I hope I never have to collect on it. But I have insurance on my guns probably the same reason why you have insurance on your house in your car. Someone steals your property, you can recuperate your losses that’s the whole point of insurance. Asshat.

      • Kenneth H
        Kenneth H  11 months back

        Fire protection? I don't think so...fire protection is why I have a traditional safe. Pretty sure a battery powered buzz saw would go right through the front door. 🤔

        • Kenneth H
          Kenneth H  5 months back

          @The best a Jeff can get But I don't want a first floor apartment! If it floods I want the downstairs neighbors to go first. Plus, with my luck I'd have a family with 10 children running around upstairs. Naw, I'm good on the top. Not to mention it's alot harder for thieves to break a window and gain access to a upper story apartment.

        • Zilch71
          Zilch71  9 months back

          The Wound Channel most break ins are when your not home, this is the reason thick badass safes exist and these things are ment to be a key locked container for gear and ammo

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   11 months back

          I agree at the current price point the competition is considerable. It’s a good concept and well executed though. And for many the pros will outweigh the cons (no pun intended on the weight lol)

        • Kenneth H
          Kenneth H  11 months back

          The Wound Channel Yeah I would never hear a buzz saw while I slept. 😂 That's what a 200# mutt is for. 😏. I think Agil's goal should be to get that case to around $350ish. At $600 it's competition is rather stiff. For example, I picked up a 18 gun traditional gun safe that is rated 30min fire and water resistant for $450. Granted I picked up my safe on sale. A traditional gun safe that is bolted down is going to be way more secure then the agil cabinet and offer way more protection for your firearms. I think the agil cabinet fits better in a law enforcement or security office where there is already security around and they just need a lockable place to store thier weapons. The agil does have the benefit of having a smaller foot print, so in theory you could line a whole wall with cabinets in a secure room without taking too much space. Now on a side not, I live in a upstairs apartment. Yes, getting the cabinet would be WAY easier to get it up a few flights of stairs. However, the cabinet will have to be bolted in place and that presents a couple of problems. One, most apartments frown upon putting holes in walls. second, (in the State of tx) bolting anything down causes said item to become a "fixture", meaning it now belongs to the property owner. Granted most property owners would probably never have a issue with you taking the cabinet when you leave. but it is something to think about. Now I'm not knocking the product. These issues are not the fault of Agil, but it's more of a discussion on the appropriate use of thier product for us normal civilian gun owners. It's probably perfect for LE and military applications.

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   11 months back

          Yeah you’d never hear a battery powered buzz saw while you sleep lol

      • Mike Rice
        Mike Rice  11 months back

        That safe is junk I can easily take a screwdriver and a hammer and cut a hole through the side of it what is well buy something a little bit more durable and more secure at that price range

        • James Whitworth
          James Whitworth  2 months back

          @Johnny Dee the true safe also isn't just filled with concrete it also has carbide embedded into the steel to make it harder to cut through with angle grinders of blow torches. This place has government and military contracts around the world for making gun storage units.

          These things have a lot of advantages. You can pack them flat and move into a new house and people don't see you bringing in a big ass goddamn gun safe. You can also place them in multiple places throughout your home and bolt them to the walls making them harder to access and difficult to find. IE don't put a gun safe in your master bedroom. Because that is literally the first place they'll look.

          They also don't use cheap sheet metal for their agile safes. It's hardened tempered steel. When I got mine I actually cut through one of my old safes just to see how easy it was to do with an angle grinder. The steel was 5 times thicker but it went through like butter. Also fireproofing is a myth in most cases. My uncle had a century safe that was supposedly fire-rated for several hours. All his gun were wrecked during the house fire.

        • Johnny Dee
          Johnny Dee  9 months back

          Secure it came out with a safe called the True Safe. It is filled with some type of concrete. If your looking for top security then that’s the one you want to get. The 52 will probably work for a bunch of people with layers of security in there home.

        • Zilch71
          Zilch71  9 months back

          Mike Rice it’s not a saw it’s a tinfoil cabinet

        • Zilch71
          Zilch71  9 months back

          The Wound Channel debatable

        • Albert Yang
          Albert Yang  11 months back

          That's exactly the point.. why pay for a 1000lb safe that is no safer than this? You lose out on storage; size; and maneuverability. Mine just arrived yesterday; I'll assemble it this weekend. Their "sides" are just as think as the big safes from Costco; same price; but 1/10th the weight and 1/4th the size, but roughly the same interior space.

      • Jesse Templeton
        Jesse Templeton  11 months back

        I thought this was gonna be maybe $200. At $600 I could get something way more secure and have a bit of fire protection.

        • Bobby G
          Bobby G  4 months back

          What else would you consider for 600? I’m looking for a gun safe worth the money.

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   11 months back

          Thanks for the feedback!

        • shojus
          shojus  11 months back

          Jesse Templeton Ya, they are out of their minds charging that much!

      • mrstihl16
        mrstihl16  11 months back

        Totally off topic to this video, but since I know you have all three I figured I would ask. If a person already owns a sandman k and a sandman L, would a sandman S be a worthwhile purchase? Thanks for your opinion.

        • The Wound Channel
          The Wound Channel   11 months back

          If you only had a K, I would say yes get an S. But since you have an L I would say it really depends on your type of shooting.

          Do you just go to the range and shoot of a bench? Do you do carbine classes or kick in doors on a shoot house?

          If you like bolt actions and shooting prone or off a bench, and don’t mind the size of the L. I’d say you’re all set.

          If the size of the L bothers you and you want something a little more streamline I would say the S would pay off.


          If I had to do it all over again I’d want all 3. That’s just me.