Rhino and BIGHORN Safes

Rhino and BIGHORN Safes

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  1. Lou Fraulo Sr on December 2, 2021 at 1:01 am

    Bottom line is that "most" thieves are not professionals who carry drills, punches and hammers to disable and enter safes. Most are addicts or petty crooks looking for anything valuable they can grab for cash and dash. Taking the time to get into a safe is not really the MO. If the home owner has a monitored security system the safe would present enough of a challenge that the thieves would not have enough time to get by the time police arrived and flee. Armed homeowners = dead theives.

  2. MrMikesMondoVideo on December 2, 2021 at 1:05 am

    Calling this, and other big box imports like it, a safe is misleading. With 12 gauge steel it is a filing cabinet with a lock on it. If you’re using it to keep kids out, okay. If you’re using it for security, then you are far better off hiding your valuable throughout your house. Putting everything you have of value in something as insecure as this just makes it easier for the thief.

    Any safe only buys you time. This container buys you a couple of minutes at best, and that’s without special tools. If you hid your valuables throughout your house, it would take a thief far longer to find them than to get into this container. Its best security role would be decoy.

  3. SolidOrange85 on December 2, 2021 at 1:15 am

    Yeah! because the really thick sheet metal will keep thieves out!