Gun safes limit access, protect your family from serious accidents and prevent your weapons from falling into the wrong hands. We have researched to ensure that your antiques, valuables, and weapons are kept secure under lock, key, or biometric fingerprints.
Types of best quality gun safes
There are a few different types of gun cases. There are soft cases, serious cases of multiple gun cases, and cases designed to allow you to handle your weapon wisely without making it clear that you are carrying a gun (Covert Cases). Of the four types, we will focus on the most difficult gun cases in this review. Within the criminal category of heavy guns, there are a few different types too – this is reduced by the type of curtain, the type of wrap, and the brand and protection they offer.
- Closure & Security
- Protection from Elements
What to look for in the best quality gun safes
- Size: One of the first things you need to consider is the size of the case. Are you packing a small subcompact or walking around full of “Dirty Harry” with ginormous .357 Magnum? Both of these guns can fit in a serious case but only if you choose the right size. Also, are you looking for a place for safety letters or magazines? What about scales or other guns?
- Protection: Most people want a serious case because they want to protect their guns inside. You want to make sure that any case you buy provides the level of “crush resistance” you need. If you plan to throw the case in the back of your friend’s truck with a firearm you need to make sure that the case you are buying will work for your needs. It should provide significant crush protection and have a secure and accidentally closed lock system during travel.
- Security: Finally, you want to make sure your case is as safe as possible. In most states in the US, you are legally required to lock your weapon when it is on the way. I will not pretend to know all the rules, but I know that even if your country does not need you, you still want to lock your case when you do not use your gun. Most cases will come with lock holes where you can attach a gun lock or a few locks. Additionally, TSA guidelines require you to have 2 locks when checking your firearm so make sure you buy the right one when planning to fly with part of your collection.
These were the benefits offered by any of the best quality gun safes. Always look for this when buying one.