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All I know is buy one larger than you think you'll ever need.

Keep in mind that the location of the safe can sometimes be a bigger deterrent to theft, than the actual safe itself. If you limit the space in front and on the sides of the safe, that will go a lon

My stack on with the keypad came with a Key as well as a backup.

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Gun safes typically sell the "illusion of security" they put so much emphasis on door strength and security when they know full well that no thief will try to mess with the door. With ten locking lugs and a 1/2" plate doorframe, they neglect to tell you that the side of the safe is just a thin guage steel, usually around 10-14g. Any dipsh** with a harbour freight 4" angle grinder could cut a man-size hole in the side of it in less than 15 minutes. The only thing a gun safe stops is a thief from dragging the whole thing down the stairs like a gun cabinet. Stay away from Liberty or other entry level safes. My advice is look at wall thicknesses and fireproofing and pay less attention to the door and lock setup. AMSEC typically uses up to 4 gauge abrasion resistant steel plate for the side walls.
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