After a few days to set the safe cool and the smoldering remains to go out I went out to open it. I have a crowbar and a post hole digger the huge crow bar in my garage. That likely includes the insulation. I know I'm repeating some of the things already mentioned, but they deserve repeating. And their customer service is the absolute best. Of course, if registration is mandated, this will be an added benefit. If you have a local company, it may be able to install sensors inside your safe for added protection.
I would say seconds for the entry models and maybe a minute or two for most of the premium ones, in a best case scenario.
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Of course the decision of how much protection is adequate is a subjective one, and some insurers require safes have minimum ratings depending on the amount to be insured. And if it was, they would! I have a Sturdy Safe and I am very pleased, I researched many different companies and after careful comparison decided on the Sturdy Safe Company based in California. I agree with them here, but then they go on to prove they have no idea what a commercial safe is in the next sentence: I would take a good hard look at that. Also, at 6, pounds is a standard concrete foundation able to hold that weight or is there more to it? Originally Posted by cuure