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Re: Old wall safe

Posted by Scott, Milwaukee on July 27, 2009 at 13:20:40:

In Reply to: Old wall safe
posted by
Steven, West Palm Beach on July 26, 2009 at 14:08:15:

I agree with Scribbler. If the safe is any good, it would have been well anchored into the wall. Think sawzall for removal with a big hole to fix afterwards. It's possible, but unlikely, that it was encased in concrete. The round door is, in my experience, a good sign for a high quality safe. Most wall safes are a 12 gauge steel box with a square door, especially if they are set in a standard thickness wall (4 inch).

For just about any question on this forum, a picture is helpful. Post it in Picasa or some other free photo site. Good luck getting the link past the spam filter.

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