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Old 08-29-2010, 03:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Questions/opinion about Cannon TS7240 Tall/Wide Body Gun Safe gun safes!

I found a gun safe at tractor supply I would like to have it is Cannon TS7240 Tall/Wide Body Gun Safe. I would be keeping some guns and some important papers and some cash in it. I know it isn't the most secure safe but I believe it is pretty good for $999 on sale. I am hoping it will keep the common theif from my valuables or at least keep them from getting them so quick .Anyone know anything about this safe? My next question is the safe weighs 700lbs and could reach up to 1k lbs after it is full. I am wanting to put it in the bedroom in my 84 redman doublewide. Do you think the floor in my trailer will be able to handle the weight of this safe? I could get Cannon TS6040 Wide Body Gun Safe that is 1ft shorter than what I want for the same price that weighs 600lbs to cut back on weight. THANKS!!!
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Im no engineer, but I did the same thing when I lived a trailer. No issues and I have a 895# safe.
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Old 08-30-2010, 06:43 AM   #3 (permalink)
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One suggestion would be just to be safe is to slap a piece of plywood under it that spans between 2 of the rams on the Frame, you could also bolt it down while your at it!.....if the Wife don't flip it on ya!

just a thought...as that a LOT of weight

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Old 08-30-2010, 10:24 AM   #4 (permalink)
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If you have any question about the weight just crawl under where it will be placed and run a couple supports. A couple bocks and a 4x4 and you'll have piece of mind.
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