| || FIRE/SECURITY RATINGS |
Fire/Security Rating – The “F" indicates fire protection and the “S" indicates security level. Higher numbers mean better protection.
| || BODY THICKNESS |
Heavy 12-gauge steel body. A smaller gauge number indicates thicker steel, which provides more security than thinner steel. Browning's thickest safe body is 3/16" (on Platinum Plus safes) and this specification is not shown in gauge measurement.
| ||1" FORMED DOOR The 1" Formed Door is engineered with a rugged steel face, back and reinforcement panels to provide excellent strength and attack protection compared to the competition.|| || FORCE DEFLECTOR LOCKING SYSTEM |
The Force Deflector Locking System (patent pending) prevents bolt or handle forces from reaching the lock by using a rotating cam device. It prevents energy transfer to the lock better than most systems used in the safe industry.
| || LOCKING BOLTS |
1" rugged steel bars that move behind the door frame to actually hold the safe door locked and closed. Bigger bolts, and more of them, provide greater security.
| || REINFORCED DOOR FRAME |
The door frame of the safe, strengthened by U-Shaped steel channels, is welded around the entire perimeter to create added pry and attack resistance.
| || 180°HEAVY DUTY HINGES |
Rugged hinges are machined from solid steel bar stock for strength. The hinges allow the door to swing open 180°for unhindered access to the safe interior.
| || UL SECURITY CONTAINER RATING |
The industry standard test and rating for home/personal safes. Requires minimum construction specifications and passing a laboratory attack test. Premium Browning/ProSteel safes far exceed the minimum requirements for the UL Residential Security (Tool Attack) listing.
| || FIRE RATING |
A laboratory measurement of time and temperature (in Fahrenheit) used to compare the relative amount of fire resistance provided by a safe. A Browning/Prosteel safe with a longer fire rating time provides more fire protection than a safe with a shorter time.
|Bronze Series Value Gun Safe||60" H x 24 - 36" W x 19 - 27" D||420 lbs|
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Browning Bronze Series Value Gun Safe
Not terrible, but not good
johngalt from Durham, NC
This is not a bad safe, but in my opinion, it does not deserve the Browning name. I had one for several years, and the bottom hinge broke where it was welded to the body of the safe at one point. Before I was able to get this repaired, my home was damaged by fire.
Got what I paid for
GlockDoc from Maryland– Verified Buyer
Kept in a moist basement, it allows moisture free passage. Dehumidifiers need to be "recharged" every few days. Lock and turnstyle have alot of play...give the impression of flimsiness, though actually quite secure.