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SJ,I didnt think about having a Golden Rod heater for gun corrosion in a safe and that is the reason for 120Vac.Baja_TravelerI see your pointquote (I think the power/USB/Ethernet connections inside the safe are awesome! No better place to keep a video security DVR than inside a safe...)thanks for the gun safe info
The 120volt is to power a Golden Rod or backup computer hard drive. I have a Cannon that holds 80 guns and that power box is great. Most safe owners I know use a Golden Rod and in another safe you might have to drill a hole to get power in. I don't understand how having power inside the box is a problem as you have circuit breakers in your home to protect against fires. If you don't want power in yours just don't plug it in outside of the safe, problem solved. Beside I like the USB and ethernet plug inside the safe it makes life much easier.
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I got my gun-safe at Costco several years ago, I got a Good deal and I'm happy with it. Now I'm thinking I wanta upgrade! This is a very good deal for this safe. and as usual .....
I just got this add in an email.Cannon Gun SafeIt seems like a fair price for a pretty good sized safe, but I thought I would get your guys input on it & what you thought of it.Thanks, Lee
...... Free shipping!If your in the market for a Good gun safe you really can't beat this.
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