Winchester Safes Introduces 37 New Safes for 2012

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posted on January 17, 2012
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The new gun safes offer higher fire ratings, increased burglary protection, upgraded interiors, door panel organizers and the new Power Docking System (PDS). The company is also launching a new wide body gun safe series called the Big Daddy and a new Biometric 3.0 Pistol Safe within the eVault Series.

The new gun safes for 2012 are upgrades to the current Winchester Safes Legacy, Silverado and Ranger series. The new series names all reflect the increased value and features now available on each safe:

Legacy Premier Series - Higher fire rating of 2.5 hours, now with 10 Ga. steel body and door, 1/4 " solid steel outer plate, new interior and Power Docking System.

Silverado Premier Series - Higher fire rating of 2 hours, now with 10 Ga. Steel body and door, new interior and Power Docking System.Big Daddy Series - Wide body safe with 75 minute fire rating and up to 54 long gun capacity.Ranger Deluxe Series - New strap hinges, recessed door and upgraded interior.

"We're excited to launch our new series of safes at the 2012 SHOT Show," stated Kyle Walters, President of Granite Security Products, Inc. / Winchester Safes. "We listened to the feedback of our dealers and customers, which helped us in upgrading and designing our new safes. We're confident that Winchester Safes will continue to be the fastest growing gun safe manufacturer in the industry with the launch of these new models."

To learn more about Winchester Safes, visit www.winchestersafes.com.

Granite Security Products, Inc. was established in 1997 in Ft. Worth, Texas and is known today for manufacturing and marketing high quality fire and security safes. Granite Security Products, Inc. is the exclusive licensee of Winchester Safes.

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