Canon Armory Series safes

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posted on January 17, 2011
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I'll be stopping by to take a look at this new lineup—let's face facts, once you finally accumulate even a few good firearms, you're a pretty attractive target for thieves.

According to the company's early press release, "The full-size Cannon Armory Series safes deliver massive gun storage capacity of up to 64 guns with exclusive features and proven fire protection." OK, I don't have 64 guns I really care about yet, but losing even an ugly old shooter would be heartbroken. And I don't even want to think about someone else having the 7x57 mm Mauser my father had sporterized for my 12th birthday. I'll be stopping by the booth early, too.

The press release explains, "The largest safes in the Cannon line, the Armory Series offers a state-of-the-art internal power supply system, premium lighting package and deluxe interior with ample room to store valuables. Built for a lifetime of use with rugged construction, the Armory Series is durable yet refined with a new hammer-tone finisish.

 

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