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Re: Cary Safe

Posted by Dave LaBarge, CPS-CML-CMS on June 03, 2008 at 05:29:55:

In Reply to: Cary Safe
posted by
anthony on June 02, 2008 at 16:46:10:


A torch will surely be able to cut the thinner outside layer of steel on the safe but removing the insulation will be quite a long and messy problem. At least on the Cary they weren't known to have used asbestos.

A professional safe tech can open the safe either without drilling using manipulation or by drilling one small hole leaving the safe in good, usable and sellable condition. At that point you could use it or sell it and not have to worry about disposing of a worthless pile of insulation and alittle steel...

Where in Connecticut is the safe?

Dave LaBarge
The "Safe Historian"

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