Recently, we compiled data from our gun safe customers and realized that during attacks, most gun safes are attempted to be pried open and not drilled open.
If you go to Google and search “gun safe prying videos” you can watch dozens of videos showing gun safes being pried open in less than four minutes. That’s a scary thought! But it really drives home the point that most gun safes can be pried open and that is the preferred method of opening a gun safe.
The reason for these easy break-ins is the frames are super thin. Usually 1/8″ frames. That’s why we use heavy-duty 3/4″ steel frames in front of all our bolts. Those are virtually pry-proof.
If you’re concerned about the security of your gun safe, you owe it to yourself to buy the most secure gun safes around. You never want to find yourself in the situation of a pried open gun safe.
Feel free to contact us with any questions about gun safe security or gun safes in general: 800-266-7150.