Browning‘s AR34F is breaking new ground in the gun safe industry as the first tactical gun safe in the gun safe market. The outside has the tactical look you like — black and textured — with the unique look of overhead and side racking. On the inside it is specially designed to handle the odd shapes and sizes and special storage requirements of tactical guns. That means its made for shorter length rifles with different shapes, unique optics and unique buttplate-to-magazine-to-muzzle dimensions. Finally a practical way to secure your AR, M-16, M4, AK, FAL, FNAR, SCAR, or anything, in a way that makes sense and doesn’t waste valuable space. It is not a beginner’s safe. If you have the goods that need protection from theft and fire, this gun safe meets your requirements. If you like the look of black guns, then this gun safe rises to the top.
MORE FEATURES SPECIALLY CONFIGURED FOR TACTICAL GUN OWNERS
* 12-gauge steel body
* 1″ formed steel door
* Force Deflector Locking Mechanism
* Hardened steel pin lock protection
* 1″ chromed locking bolts
* DPX Storage System
* UL tool attack listed
* S&G electronic lock
* Elevated floor to facilitate removal of guns
* Door Frame – U-Channel reinforced steel
* 1200°/60 min.
* Additional Barrel Rests – shorter configuration allows for convenient storage of shorter overall length tactical guns.
* Tactical Design Features – The tactical gun owner gets a safe that matches the looks of his guns.
* New interior configuration conveniently holds both tactical and sporting guns
* External Accessory Rack – conveniently hang your gear outside the safe.
* Additional internal storage features – side mounted hooks and tray for top shelf slot
* Reinforced patterned rubber bottom panel
* Picatinny rail accessory – mounts on shelves
* Short gun capacity – interior and door
STANDARD FIRE PROTECTION
* 1200° F/60 min. fire protection
* Three layers of 1/2″ fire-resistant insulation in the body and door
Palusol® expanding fire seal
Browning's AR34F is breaking new ground in the gun safe industry as the first…
by Tactical-Life.com / Jul 28, 2009