Obviously, this isn't a safe, but is it sturdy?
Is it solid enough so it can't be broken into with someone's fist punching it?
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
on Stack-On IWC-55 Full-Length In-Wall Gun/Storage Cabinet
I believe it is solid enough that no one can get into it without some serious tools. The hinge runs the full length of the door and the lock secures at the top, bottom and in the center of the door.
I did not attempt to use a "wonder-bar" on the door but the door lock uses double-slotted brackets and blocks to prevent the lock from deforming / bending under pressure.
As an extra precaution, all my weapons are stored with their own individual locks.
Mine is strong enough to beat the Fist Punching, but a Crow Bar would make quick enter possible.
You would hurt your fist before you could get into it.
First of all this if a safe it locks just like all safes do. Second it's super sturdy. No your not going to be able to punch it and brake into it. How many people have you see brake the studs out of your wall with one punch or multiple punches?
Picture a gym locker but only 4 inches deep.
Its latches in 3 locations. A barrage of punches will not get into the cabinet but will damage it.
If you want a safe, buy a safe. If you want a convenient cabinet, buy this thing. Its the only one like it out there.
Yes, appears very sturdy
It is gym locker quality. I hid mine in a closet. Out of site out of mind!
Its solid enough to withstand a punch
Someone would make a mess of your wall of the safe with a crowbar if they tried to get into it. I wouldn't use it for any serious valuables, unless you also hid it well. It is a glorified school locker, but great for keeping the kids away from guns.
Good luck. Its not solid like a full size safe, but you aren't going to punch through it.
The cabinet is similar construction to a locker. I would think it would take a sledge hammer to actually break-in the cabinet.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago