Best Large 64 Gun Safe Under $1000 / Cannon Wide Body with Upgrades

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  • Published: 03 February 2018
  • This is the Best Large Fireproof Gun Safe for a cheap price. This video is a review of the Cannon Wide Body 64-Gun Safe, this safe is the same size as the Liberty FatBoy for under half the price. We will show you how to upgrade your safe with dehumidifier, outlet kit, and safe lights.

    Security Features Include:
    60-minute fire rating
    64-Gun capacity
    Easy access electronic lock
    10 locking bolts
    Patented TRUlock internal hinges
    Backed by Cannon's Lifetime Replacement & Brand Promise, giving you hassle-free no-cost repair or replacement after a natural flood, attempted break-in, break-in, or fire, as well as lifetime replacement of parts.
    Exterior Dimensions: 40 in. W x 24 in. L x 59 in. H
    Interior Dimensions: 36-7/8 in. W x 18-7/8 in. L x 56-7/8 in. H

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Comments • 149

  • Carl Hess
    Carl Hess  2 months back

    The only problem I’ve had with cannon is their warranty, they say lifetime on parts and labor, and fire and floods. This is not entirely true
    A close friend of mine , who is in law-enforcement has a Canon safe with the lifetime parts and labor warranty. The key keypad gone out on his cannon safe , and he had all his duty weapons stowed away in the safe. he went through the process of making a warranty claim with Cannon
    He then found out that they do not, repeat do not cover labor for replacing or removing a faulty keypad. he ultimately had to pay over $350 to a private locksmith in order to have the safe drilled and opened so that he could remove and replace they keypad , and then he found out that the replacement keypad was not the exact one as the one that was used in his safe
    so once again he had to pay more labor cost so the new modified keypad would fit and work
    I do love cannons products I’ve owned quite a few their safes , but they are very misleading on the warrantee information , I repeat they do not cover any labor cost unless you bring the safe or ship it to them. that’s very expensive to ship a 600 pound safe that is completely loaded up with firearms and then there’s a lot of legal ramifications for the logistics of that shipping a safe full of firearms

    • Gregory Long
      Gregory Long  2 months back

      Looks great. IMO it's enough safe for anyone. Add a RING or Blink system to the room and an audible alarm for an extra $150.00 and you're good. ... like 2 or 3 factor security

      • MrCokeman01
        MrCokeman01  3 months back

        I got mine this week for $599 plus tax.. 👍👌

        • ZACK MOORMAN
          ZACK MOORMAN  3 months back

          I have that exact safe. Got mine about 2 yrs ago at acadamy for 630 out the door tax and all. Great deal and a excellent option for the price.

          • Rizzle O
            Rizzle O  3 months back

            You can cut them open in like 10 minutes with a Harbor Freight battery powered hand saw :(

            • PilotPatriot
              PilotPatriot   3 months back

              @Rizzle O Thanks, yeah I understand what you mean.

            • Rizzle O
              Rizzle O  3 months back

              @PilotPatriot good video btw. I just hate how they can call them safes when they're just "really strong boxes" with safe doors.

            • PilotPatriot
              PilotPatriot   3 months back

              Yes that's true! You can do the same with a Liberty safe though and it will cost a lot more. If you want something that can't be cut into you'll have to spend about $10,000

          • primetime2day
            primetime2day  3 months back

            Just got one used for $400 bucks almost brand new

          • DGAF MOZZY
            DGAF MOZZY  3 months back

            Emp gonna keep u from all it tho!They need sell the duel access emp lock separately !!!!

            • bryman31
              bryman31  2 months back

              you can upgrade and get a new emp proof pad/lock for about $200.00 though

          • Jordan Thomas
            Jordan Thomas  4 months back

            Pretty much just secured my next safe purchase thanks

            • CPUDOCTHE1
              CPUDOCTHE1  4 months back

              I have one. Less that 5 minutes with a 7" angle grinder, and you will be in. About 30 seconds with a drill and you will be in.The whole thing is just sheet metal. The safe ONLY has a lifetime warranty for burglary, flood, and fire. Other wise, it is only a year, if I remember correctly.

              • ROBERT Boyd
                ROBERT Boyd  3 months back

                @CPUDOCTHE1 It says so right on the door of mine, they replaced the junk SG lock mine had several years after I bought it, I just bought another one, will check out the manual soon as I get it unloaded

              • CPUDOCTHE1
                CPUDOCTHE1  3 months back

                @ROBERT Boyd NOPE! Not in the manual that came with my safe.

              • ROBERT Boyd
                ROBERT Boyd  3 months back

                1 year on labor all parts such as locks etc, is lifetime

            • Matthew W
              Matthew W  4 months back

              Why do these people keep calling it a safe, it’s a residential security container, you want to save up then buy a Graffunder mine was a little over $15,000 and worth every penny!

              • Matthew W
                Matthew W  3 months back

                @PilotPatriot I think you're right, time to take a nice long nap, At lease I'll go to sleep knowing my items are SAFE!!! P.S my was a little over $15000. I didn't say that's what I paid for it, I inherited It was Free when my father pass away. You lose your pathetic challenge Moron!!! Or maybe you did win the challenge, it would be a challenge for me to go out and buy a cheap piece of crap!

              • PilotPatriot
                PilotPatriot   3 months back

                @Matthew W Oh yeah, ur the guy with the $15,000 safe and were happy to boast that in your first comment!!!!! Gotta love guys like you that try to compare a $15,000 safe to an average safe and say everything else is crap! You use that as a way to talk down to other people and act like somehow it makes you better than them!
                We welcome your input and thank you so much for blessing us with your presence!! You have changed our Outlook on life and we are all better for having known you!
                Do us all a favor and go take a nice long nap in that vault of yours!

              • Matthew W
                Matthew W  3 months back

                PilotPatriot first off I never called you an asshole, I called the bad guys an asshole, I implied you’re a moron, and with that being said Well normally I try not to divulge too much about my personal life and needs but in your case, that I see that you are a suitable individual that is in great need of a little yellow school bus, as stated in an earlier post I have Graffunder F series which means to moron like you it has a Minimum 2 1/2" overall body constructed of 1" A36 high tensile steel outer and 14 & 16 ga. inner plates enclosing a high density composite material. 4 1/2" overall door insulated with U.L. approved insulating material, outer plate being 1" thick A36 high tensile steel and 1/2" Manganese, i’m OK with helping you with these posts, because I really do think you deserve the money, I’m pretty sure the remedial classes that you must be attending are expensive, I can’t stay long you been in them so I don’t know what help they have done for you, but you stick with it and perhaps someday you might even pick up one patron

              • PilotPatriot
                PilotPatriot   3 months back

                @Matthew W First of all I'd love to know what safe you have that an angle grinder can't cut through?
                Second, all I did was post a video trying to help people that have a limited budget but still need some security for their guns. I don't think that makes me an asshole, I think the douchebag that spends his day trolling YouTube videos is the asshole. As for talking shit about my YouTube videos....I appreciate the views and comments from you because I get paid every time you come back to talk shit!

              • Matt Tucker
                Matt Tucker  3 months back

                @Matthew W Ain't that the truth! I also love the guys who put the gun family stickers on the back of their vehicles! 😂👌

            • brennan sulton
              brennan sulton  4 months back

              old glory gun safe....

              • PilotPatriot
                PilotPatriot   4 months back

                Those are great safes...but don't fit the budget we are talking about. Their 45 gun safe is $3,500

            • LouieDefense
              LouieDefense  4 months back

              Vault Pro USA for lyfe.

              • PilotPatriot
                PilotPatriot   4 months back

                Vault pro makes some great quality top notch products!!! Very expensive, but great protection

            • Jeffrey Kelley
              Jeffrey Kelley  4 months back

              You realize that it is little better than a cardboard box. The outside steel you can cut with a hand held axe. The fire rating doesn't even raise to the level of a common house fire which is 1 hour at 1380 degrees. It has no inner steel liner so if there is a fire the fire will steam and rust everything you have in it. You should have saved your money until you could afford something that would actually protect a valuable.

              • PilotPatriot
                PilotPatriot   4 months back

                I can defiantly appreciate going the route you did, especially with the wildfires in California!! But everyone's situation is different and you have to weigh the benefits with the cost and decide if it makes since. In my case, this Cannon does everything I need it to do and meets the standards of many safes that are double or triple the cost.
                There is no doubt a $10,000 vault is more secure, but that doesn't mean that this Cannon is not a quality product and serve its purpose!
                With that said......I am very jealous of your safe!!! lol

              • PilotPatriot
                PilotPatriot   4 months back

                @Jeffrey Kelley Understood! But I'm going to have to dissagree with you on your percentages. 90% of home burglaries are quick smash and grab robberies and do not take the time or tools needed to break into a safe. So in that case my $800 safe works just as good as your $10,000 safe at preventing theft! As for fire, no it's not rated at 3000 degrees for 3 hours, but it doesn't have to be, fire department can be at my house in under 5 minutes.... the chances of the fire burning at peak temps for over an hour are slim.

                So really, when you think about it......there's a 90% chance my safe does the exact same thing yours does!!! .it's really only about a 10% chance that you would need the $9000 upgrade.

              • Jeffrey Kelley
                Jeffrey Kelley  4 months back

                You know it's not personal my only point was that a safe with thin walls and light fire board might only have a 10% chance of doing want you hope it will do. If you could spend twice the money and get a 60% or 70% chance of it doing what you hope it will do that extra thousand is a lot of bang for the buck.. In my case i spent 10x the $$ and am only going to get a 90% to 95% chance of doing what i want it to do..

              • PilotPatriot
                PilotPatriot   4 months back

                @Jeffrey Kelley Well obviously you can't compare a $10,000 vault to this safe...... This video is made for normal ppl!!! Lol. With that kind of money I would have just built a walk in concrete gun room!

                Not neccessarily talking about you but.......I do always find it funny when ppl talk junk about this safe and act like owning a safe under $10,000 makes you an idiot with a cardboard box.....

              • Jeffrey Kelley
                Jeffrey Kelley  4 months back

                All of my research lead me to the Vault Pro had one custom built. Cost over $10,000.00 to your point a Fort Knox with the same features costs over $20,000

            • Tony Vera
              Tony Vera  4 months back

              You get what you pay for. I’d spend the extra couple hundred bucks and buy a liberty safe instead

              • PilotPatriot
                PilotPatriot   4 months back

                Actually it would be over $1000 more for the Liberty, the Fatboy is $2300. I got my Cannon on sale for $699 which makes the Fatboy 3 times the price. And as I've mentioned to several other commenters, if you look up the specs of the Liberty Fatboy which is the exact same size... Its almost the exact same specs as the cannon!!! Only difference is side wall thickness Liberty uses 11ga, Cannon uses 12 ga. That's a difference of only 0.015 inches!!
                So it's not really a question of you get what you pay for...it's a question of what is your budget, and are you willing to pay double your budget for a brand name and a safe with nearly the exact same specs.

            • edweiser63
              edweiser63  5 months back

              You spent $1000 for what is thin sheet metal and some drywall. But hey, you can show it off to your fellow friends and the thieves know exactly where to go to steal your stuff.

              • edweiser63
                edweiser63  5 months back

                @PilotPatriot I have a jewelry/document safe that is steel and concrete but when I was looking to buy a gun safe, I educated myself on how worthless the majority of these things are..unless you are ready to spend the big money, you're much better off buying a gun cabinet/locker.

                These monstrosities don't hold much, they provide very little protection, they're held to little if any kind of standards (that's why they're not called safes, but Residential Security Containers), and they make for very easy targets for thieves (here's a giant crappy metal box with valuables inside!). So I went with a smaller gun locker that I can easily hide and keep the kids from getting in.

                But hey, it's your money, enjoy it.

              • PilotPatriot
                PilotPatriot   5 months back

                @edweiser63 oh yeah? Is that what you have at your house??? What you described would cost about $10,000 or more and would be better called a Vault than a safe!! This video is for people that want some security and have a $1000 budget......

              • edweiser63
                edweiser63  5 months back

                @PilotPatriot Shitty gun safes are made of those. Real gun safes generally use very thick, heavy (sometimes hardened) steel and concrete.

              • PilotPatriot
                PilotPatriot   5 months back

                Actually I spent under $700.....but yes gun safes are made of sheet metal and drywall! You get an A+ and smiley face :-)

            • Jeremy Meyer
              Jeremy Meyer  5 months back

              What about the gauge Steele thickness?

              • PilotPatriot
                PilotPatriot   5 months back

                @Jeremy Meyer Understood, but you did challenge my stance on this safe and try to prove me wrong...but that is what I challenged you to do in the video so it's all good lol. Youre are doing the right thing by researching and looking at specs...thats exactly what I did and the reason I chose this safe over the overpriced alternatives. Good luck in your search and try to be realistic....almost every safe can be cut open with a grinder and everyone has a budget, just get the best safe you can for the amount of money you have to spend! If you have unlimited money...build a vault, if you have no money...dig a hole, If you have $700-$999 and you have alot of guns....this safe is for you!
                Thanks for your service!!

              • Jeremy Meyer
                Jeremy Meyer  5 months back

                PilotPatriot well I never claimed to be an expert in safes but I am in the military so I want to get the best info possible.

              • PilotPatriot
                PilotPatriot   5 months back

                @Jeremy Meyer Yes I did, twice....and you are wrong, just like you were wrong when you said 10ga steel was 1/4" thick lol here's a breakdown for you:
                10ga = .140625"
                11ga = .125"
                12ga = .109375"

                ALSO nowhere in your precious video does it mention a FEDERAL requirement...like I already said when he says DOJ he's talking about the CALIFORNIA DOJ..(in case ur not following that means it's a STATE requirement, not a Federal one)

                Besides YOU ARE MISSING THE POINT OF MY VIDEO...this safe meets that requirement!! Read the title of this video..."Best Large Gun Safe UNDER $1000"......NOT BEST SAFE EVER....
                All I'm telling you is that this safe is 12ga...while the same size Liberty safes are 11ga and are gonna cost you $1500-$2000 more than this one!!!!!!
                This is the Best Large 64 Gun Safe Under $1000.....if $1000 is your budget and you need this size.....buy this safe. If your budget is $6000 buy one of the safes in your video!!!!!!

              • Jeremy Meyer
                Jeremy Meyer  5 months back

                PilotPatriot did you watch the video I put up for yah? There is a federal reg for it to be called a safe/vault.

              • PilotPatriot
                PilotPatriot   5 months back

                @Jeremy Meyer that is a standard from the CALIFORNIA department of Justice and thank God the rest of the country doesn't follow California's laws!!!. There is no FEDERAL law about safe thickness, in fact there is no federal law that says what is and is not ok to store your guns in at all.
                Like I said Liberty uses 11ga, Cannon uses 12 ga. That's a difference of 0.015 inches!!

            • David Burkart
              David Burkart  5 months back

              Great safe for the money. I just bought one at TSC, an upgraded 75-5940 which replaced the 60-5940, providing 75 minutes of fire protection versus 60. It has a beveled edge with charcoal gray metallic paint and darker interior with revamped door pouches. I can't agree with you more regarding value/protection for the money.

              I see a lot of negative comments below, regarding Chinese vs. American manufacturing. Its neither, rather it is built in Tijuana Mexico. I am all for USA manufacturing when and where I can buy it. At the same time, you have to stay within a realistic budget, so I am grateful this safe is available with such features to protect my firearms and other valuables.

              Thanks for the tip on installing electric power.

            • ROB BEAN
              ROB BEAN  6 months back

              im thinking of getting this one.
              can you tell me how wide the opening is for the sides with the long guns? inner diameter. thanks

              • Ozzy ô
                Ozzy ô  6 months back

                I have a tl30 kaso I bought for $1000 check mate.

                • PilotPatriot
                  PilotPatriot   6 months back

                  Thats awesome!!

                • Ozzy ô
                  Ozzy ô  6 months back

                  @PilotPatriot yep, right place at the right time I guess. Found it on Facebook Market. It's a model 260 and weighs 3800+lbs it cost more to move it than the safe itself.

                • PilotPatriot
                  PilotPatriot   6 months back

                  Lol! I guess you got me there but im not sure we can count that just because you got an amazing deal on a used safe. Lol. With just a quick google search i didnt even find a used one for under $3000. So you got a heck of a deal!

              • Vanguard 12
                Vanguard 12  6 months back

                Nice, but what is steel gauge used? Most cheaper aces are defeated by using a grinder to cut the sides open.

                • Brandon Meyer
                  Brandon Meyer  4 months back

                  Vanguard 12 a safe is only one of many things you should have in your house to protect your property. They should be running scared far before they even get to your safe. Cameras, lights, alarm system, etc.

                • Matthew W
                  Matthew W  6 months back

                  Yes, that’s why I went with a Fort Knox with the AR 500 steel and stainless steel added, True you get what you pay for, but anything is better than nothing, but I just went with better

                • PilotPatriot
                  PilotPatriot   6 months back

                  @Vanguard 12 When you find a safe that cant be broken into with an angle grinder....please let us know!! And then show me the price tag!!! But i think we are pretty much making the same point....by your standards, a Liberty safe (best selling safe company in the country) is not good enough for you, soooo my point is, if there is no big difference between that $2500 Liberty and the $700 Cannon.....why not get the Cannon!

                • Vanguard 12
                  Vanguard 12  6 months back

                  @PilotPatriot
                  I see your point, but then manufacturers should just say that their safes are not really safes more more like steel cabinets with locks. The word "Safe" is just a marketing spoof to get you to spend your money. I would like a real safe, one that if someone were to get past all my other security I've put in place, and use the grinder I have in my garage would not be able to open my safe in 10-20 min, like they do on youtube. Your safe just needs to be brought to the ground, and can be opened by a pry bar within minutes. Is that really worth a Thousand bucks?

                • PilotPatriot
                  PilotPatriot   6 months back

                  @Vanguard 12 Well that's kinda like saying "why put a lock on the front door if they can just smash a window to get in".......still lots of great reasons to have a safe, like you said, the majority of burglars are smash and grab and this will definitely stop them, it also keeps the contents safe from Kids, guests and other unauthorised ppl, protects the guns from humidity and prevents dirt, dust and rust on the guns, it also protects the contents (guns, money, photos and important documents) from Fire!!! Not to mention at the very least its a convenient and organized way to storage a large number of guns vs just throwing them in a closet.

              • Unknown User
                Unknown User  6 months back

                Hi ! Do you have a link for the dehumidifier ? I can’t seem to find a slim one - great video thanks

                • PilotPatriot
                  PilotPatriot   6 months back

                  Yep! All links are in the description!

              • frank 1040
                frank 1040  7 months back

                I think cannons are good value as long as you live at a decent neighborhood where rent is not cheap and crime is rare.

                • Tyler Parsons
                  Tyler Parsons  7 months back

                  Any idea why type of door storage kit would fit to replace this? Just looking for more storage for mags and better pistol holders

                  • Tyler Parsons
                    Tyler Parsons  7 months back

                    I just picked this safe up a week ago. Have you had any issues with the electronic lock? Love the space just worried about reliability of keypad

                    • PilotPatriot
                      PilotPatriot   7 months back

                      I have had no issues at all with mine! However if you did find an issue Cannon has a full lifetime warranty that would cover any issue! Thanks for watching I hope you enjoy it!!

                  • WHO_TEE_WHO
                    WHO_TEE_WHO  7 months back

                    thanks for the video

                  • Halfdollar 86
                    Halfdollar 86  7 months back

                    How many guns can really go in this? Some with optics others not. Y’all think it’s possible to get 30 or 40 in here?

                    • PilotPatriot
                      PilotPatriot   7 months back

                      I think you could fit 40 long guns give or take a few, but deffinatly not 64. And alot more handguns if you ad pistol racks!

                  • AKBuilder762
                    AKBuilder762  8 months back

                    Music sucks dick.

                    • Taranisaurus FPV
                      Taranisaurus FPV  8 months back

                      Check the rear locking lugs. They dont lock into anything lol

                      • BIGFOOT 1998
                        BIGFOOT 1998  9 months back

                        The difference is, with cannon you get low quality worthless crap, I have a 5 dollar grinder that I'll put to it, I'll get into it in about 20 minutes or less, with a liberty safe, an inch of steel all the way around? Good luck.. pretty big difference, spend the money, ya get what you pay for.! The door doesn't make a fuck of difference, it's the body that matters for a variety of reasons..

                        • PilotPatriot
                          PilotPatriot   9 months back

                          LMAO!!! Sorry, but you are Very wrong! Liberty safe DOES NOT have 1" thick walls lol. Liberty Fatboy safe side walls are 11 gauge......that's about 0.125"!!! Cannon is 12 gauge..so not much difference. But to be fair, your grinder will go through both safes in 20 minutes!

                      • Killer Bear55
                        Killer Bear55  9 months back

                        Take a angle grinder to it lol it will go right through

                        • Kenneth Moretz
                          Kenneth Moretz  7 months back

                          Angle grinder cant go thru it if they cant get to the sides or back. Bolted down again wall. Theyll never cut thru the front.

                        • PilotPatriot
                          PilotPatriot   9 months back

                          An angle grinder will go right through a champion or liberty too.....

                      • Killer Bear55
                        Killer Bear55  9 months back

                        you should check out Champion and Superior safes. Better protection, better fire rating, and isn't a box store safe. Do your homework on gun safes, these companies like cannon and pretty much any box store safes are after your$$$$ and don't care what goes inside your safe. check the fire ratings, paper burns at 451 F Even inside a safe.

                        • David Burkart
                          David Burkart  5 months back

                          I don't think anyone has a misconception regarding these safes being as good as one that costs thousands of dollars. If all I could afford is a thin metal stamped locker-style "safe", I probably would buy it and maximize its security as best as I could. I feel very fortunate to upgrade into a 645 lb behemoth I bolted to my foundation, with much greater level of security and fire protection than others. If you can afford to spend thousands on a safe, a tip of the hat and more power to you, I would likely do the same. I am very glad we have more choices safes than ever before.

                        • PilotPatriot
                          PilotPatriot   9 months back

                          The title of the video is Best large gun safe under $1000,. Not best gun safe ever...lol. Fire rating on this safe is 1200 F for 60 minutes, that's perfectly respectable and on par with many more expensive safes! It's not the best safe in the world by any means, but it's the best large safe for the money.

                      • POINTMANDDT
                        POINTMANDDT  9 months back

                        You get what you pay for.

                        https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GdGgjMm0IJg

                        Save up and or buy less guns and invest in a quality American made safe, like Liberty, Fort Knox, etc.

                        • Ed Arroyo
                          Ed Arroyo  10 months back

                          That's a lot of safe for the money. I wish they'd make one without the electronic lock for that price point.

                          • PilotPatriot
                            PilotPatriot   10 months back

                            Me too! I like the EMP lock Cannon makes, but that's only on the expensive models

                        • Just Me
                          Just Me  10 months back

                          I picked up a Liberty Fat Boy Jr for $1,600 and change. Unless you have about $15,000 to spend we're all pretty much in the same boat with gun safes. The only thing a safe does is make it harder for the burglar to steal your guns. I have an inside motion alarm that sends a text to my phone ($200 from Liberty). The bad guy better pray that the cops get there before I do.

                          • Taranisaurus FPV
                            Taranisaurus FPV  7 months back

                            Should put the motion sensor right next to the safe, that way the safe biys you time to get home

                        • Aaron Lejuhn
                          Aaron Lejuhn  10 months back

                          Good review but I don't see how longer locking bars are better. Being longer won't it take less leverage to bend the bolts? I know the bolts won't bend but the bars they connect too will or where they protrude through the sheet metal door that part will bend.

                          • Aaron Lejuhn
                            Aaron Lejuhn  10 months back

                            PilotPatriot check out this video you'll see what I meanhttps://youtu.be/6LgKThatkjM

                          • Aaron Lejuhn
                            Aaron Lejuhn  10 months back

                            PilotPatriot they explain it with no science and no explication. I'm not saying it's not a good product but from research when the bolts fail there not failing at the ends that go through the jam. They fail on the inside where they are connected to a bar. It seems the welds break or if there screwed on to rod. Cannons system with the extra plate to support the locking bolts is very smart and I think that's why there so long. Not because longer bolts are better, it's because it's necessary for cannons design.

                          • PilotPatriot
                            PilotPatriot   10 months back

                            Aaron Leju. They explain it at the 1 min 10sec marl in the video..there is no question that it is more difficult to pry open a safe door that has 4" bolts vs 2". Obviously any safe can be cut into with the right tools. But as far as the locking bolts are concerned, there is no doubt that 4" bolts are better than 2", which is what most competing safes have. The video I referenced clearly shows that.

                          • Aaron Lejuhn
                            Aaron Lejuhn  10 months back

                            PilotPatriot I watched the video and they didn't go into why longer bolts are stronger. Yes there better then the competitor they showed but have a longer leveraging bar you can exert more torque on them then short ones. Cannons setup is well made but with power tools all "safes" are just locking cabinets until you buy one with concrete or multiple steel layers.

                          • PilotPatriot
                            PilotPatriot   10 months back

                            Aaron Lejuhn The longer locking bolts are definitely stronger. The locking bolts protrude beyond the door to keep it from being pryed open.....it's simple, it would take a lot more bending and prying to get past a 4 inch bolt. This video will explain https://youtu.be/2qs6x8ppGLg

                        • Bruce@CampArmament
                          [email protected]  10 months back

                          Nice set-up. Thumbs up!

                          • America 1911 45 acp
                            America 1911 45 acp  10 months back

                            That safe is thicc !

                            • Killer Bear55
                              Killer Bear55  9 months back

                              no its not, its made to look thick. the thin fire walls act like the body of the safe but they arent

                          • Abidingcitizen
                            Abidingcitizen  12 months back

                            Currently on sale for $599

                            • Chris Sewell
                              Chris Sewell  12 months back

                              Tractor Supply has these on sale for $599 right now! (06/23/18) Because they have discontinued that model, for an upgraded model. But it is a great deal, right now! Go get you another one, because you have probably filled up the first one by now...

                              • Killer Bear55
                                Killer Bear55  9 months back

                                there a crappy safe
                                its like buying a crappy pc or a crappy phone or a house that is bound to fall down. save the money to buy a decent safe.

                              • Chris Sewell
                                Chris Sewell  12 months back

                                To: jbmoose9- Me too, between a similar model at my local Academy Sports vs. Tractor Supply. Both were the same size, but the T.S. model had a little nicer interior, and better fire rating. So, I pulled the trigger!
                                Now I have discovered that Cannon & Stack-On (both owned by the same company, now) have discontinued making their power supply kits for gun safes! Strange? But Liberty safes still make their power supply kit.

                              • jbmoose9
                                jbmoose9  12 months back

                                Ive been watching them slowly go out of stock at my local stores. Cant make a decision!!!

                            • msgt1942
                              msgt1942  1 years back

                              Great video beautiful safe, don't be bothered with the haters and the its junk or buy better safe idiots people have different budgets and you have a really good safe at a great price.

                              • Brandon Meyer
                                Brandon Meyer  4 months back

                                Killer Bear55 well shit if you can find a much better safe for less let me know. I’ve got $100, find me an 80 guns safe with a 3 hour fire rating. That sounds realistic enough to you right?

                              • Hachi-Roku Performance Group
                                Hachi-Roku Performance Group  4 months back

                                @Killer Bear55 4 months later and you still haven't posted a link to these cheaper better safes?

                              • PilotPatriot
                                PilotPatriot   6 months back

                                @Killer Bear55 why dont you enlighten us!!! Post a link to a better safe for cheaper......bet you cant

                              • Killer Bear55
                                Killer Bear55  9 months back

                                you can get a much better safe for less, he just didnt look around. I can understand if he just went to Walmart, or some box store. But if he went to a safe seller hed be better off.

                            • Austin Scott
                              Austin Scott  1 years back

                              Do you have any issues putting guns in the front row? Will the door still shut

                              • hellraiserrec19
                                hellraiserrec19  11 months back

                                Scott A I wouldnt put anything with a pistol grip such as an AR. I had issues with it coming in contact with the door, but a normal hunting type rifle should be fine.

                              • Austin Scott
                                Austin Scott  1 years back

                                PilotPatriot great, time to wait on it to go on sale at tractor supply here in Georgia!

                              • PilotPatriot
                                PilotPatriot   1 years back

                                Scott A no problems at all!! There is plenty of room in the front!

                            • Rob
                              Rob  1 years back

                              Does it have a key entry?

                              • Chris Sewell
                                Chris Sewell  12 months back

                                To: Rob. No they don't have keyed entry like Stack-on makes. But a good thief probably can find those keys too!

                              • PilotPatriot
                                PilotPatriot   1 years back

                                unfortunately no, but the keypad battery is accessible from outside the safe and is easily replaced if battery goes dead. Just make sure you keep an extra handy!

                            • david galeski
                              david galeski  1 years back

                              made in Mexo

                            • Mr1bigsexy
                              Mr1bigsexy  1 years back

                              On sale now for $799.99 at TS

                              • John Smith
                                John Smith  1 years back

                                Made in China ? Spend a little more and buy American, give other Americans a job.

                                • ROBERT Boyd
                                  ROBERT Boyd  3 months back

                                  @Vanguard 12 A portable grinder will get you into any of them in minutes , no matter where they are made

                                • Roy Mayfield
                                  Roy Mayfield  4 months back

                                  @PilotPatriot I had the same one you are showing made to order (Christmas - they had sold out of stock) and mine was made in California?? I was guaranteed that I would have it by Christmas - it arrived the 24th. Cannon are very good people to deal with. Nice video keep up the good work.

                                • willglo
                                  willglo  5 months back

                                  @Vanguard 12 At the end of the day, you get what you pay for... and...During a burglary, the #1 question will be..."How sophisticated is the burglar???"

                                • Lothos Delion
                                  Lothos Delion  6 months back

                                  @Vanguard 12 Anyone of these is better than the glass display gun cabinets or worse just stashed in the closet. Will they stop a professional that wants in it? No enough time and anyone can get in. The most important thing you can do is bolt it to the floor against a wall. If they can push the safe over many safes will be easily defeated as they are not designed with that in mind. One of these while not ideal they work for the smash and grab or in and out type of burglaries. If you have thousands of dollars in a firearm collection it's best tipo invest in the thickest, toughest, safe you can buy.

                                • Vanguard 12
                                  Vanguard 12  6 months back

                                  All those safes you see at Home Depot, Lowe’s and Costco, you are wasting your money. I know it sucks but you are giving yourself a false sense of safety with safes under a thousand. It looks great and will keep the young punk from getting to your stash, but what about career criminal? They probably love safes from China and Mexico

                              • Jonathan Warren
                                Jonathan Warren  1 years back

                                I just got the same safe for 549$ out the door. It was on sale and I used a e-coupon.

                              • dogofwar2524
                                dogofwar2524  1 years back

                                Hay man I got the same one brother.... have you ever thought about putting the EMP lock on it I thank t hats what I'm going to do with mine.... that way you can Can always be able to get in it..

                                • PilotPatriot
                                  PilotPatriot   1 years back

                                  dogofwar2524 I did think about that and I love that idea! But unfortunately I'm not sure that lock will work with this model! I'd call cannon before I spent the money of the new lock

                              • Brad J
                                Brad J  1 years back

                                The steel is thin on the door. And the digital locks fail alot. Alot of bad videos about cannon. You get what you pay for

                                • PilotPatriot
                                  PilotPatriot   1 years back

                                  R J Yeah, there's no doubt you are right, most of the time you get what you pay for, but sometimes you overpay for certain brand names! I'm satisfied with the Cannon but no doubt there are better safes out there. One day maybe we will all just build underground 12x15 solid steel and concrete gun vault rooms! Lol

                                • Brad J
                                  Brad J  1 years back

                                  Yea you do make a good point anybody can get into any safe with a grinder cut wheel

                                • PilotPatriot
                                  PilotPatriot   1 years back

                                  R J I wouldnt worry too much about a slightly thinner shell, if someone comes in your house with metal cutting tools and drills, they are gonna get in your safe no matter who makes it! The different between 11 guage(Liberty Fatboy) and 12 guage(Cannon) metal won't matter. And Connons locking bolts are twice as long! Mine works great and if there was an issue everything is warrantied. The cannon will stop the average thief just as good as a liberty and niether safe will stop someone with safe cracking tools and time. The big name and prettier colors are Not worth the extra 1500 to me! But everyone's budget and priorities are different! This obviously isn't the best safe around but it's budget friendly and definitely the best for the money!!