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Browning M33 Gun Safe Medallion Series : 33 Gun Safe

Browning M33 Gun Safe Medallion Series : 33 Gun Safe (M33)

4.80 stars, based on 5 reviews
Product Features Medallion Series - M33 Standard Proven protection and leading interior features, 33 gun, 10 ga. steel, 18 active bolts, 28 cf, UL RSC Tool Attack rating. The Medallion Series safes take what the Silver Series did, and built on...
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washington state

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sara,my new safe arrived and it is outstanding (quality and price). the way you handled my order was great.you deserve an a+.i will recommend you to all my friends. thank you so much for such excellent service. " Ken

Upstate New York

Best Browning Safe

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<p>First do not hesitate to order from gunsafes.com they bend over backwards to help and from purchase to deliver and install is perfect.

As for the M28 you are buying the best brand and best model in my opinion. The quality of this series with the 2015 model including interior light strip, corner bolts, moving locking bolts on all 4 sides, fire seal, built in electrical plug, etc it had all the extras without a huge price. Going to Platinum only adds locking corner bolts on both the open side and hinge side (not really needed) and upgraded interior with slightly longer fire rating. If the medallion series at one and a half hours at over 1,500 degrees is not long enough you have problems.

This safe is not cheap but hard to get what this gives in other brands without spending more. Plus it is made in the U.S.A.

The high gloss finish, I got black and gold, is furniture quality. Stick with Browning and GunSafes.com !!</p>

Arizona

Browning M28F Gun Safe

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I selected a Browning M28F gun safe and am very satisfied with this USA made product. With 18 heavy duty bolts, no one will gain entrance with pry bars. If you are considering a gun safe, review the Browning product line.

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<p>I purchased the Medallion Series : 33 Gun Safe on December 26th, 2017 and was told it would arrive in 4-6 weeks. It arrived in 3 weeks. It was delivered by Old Dominion Freight Line and the drive Mike was awesome. He put the safe in my garage has requested. I have not yet unwrapped this safe because now I have to get it moved to my basement. Not a small task. I know I was supposed to check the safe prior to releasing the freight company however this safe was packaged very well and in excellent shape when it arrived. The bubble wrap was still in great shape. The purchase was simple and straight forward. I will follow up with another review when I get in in my basement.</p>

Seattle

You can feel good about this one.

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I shopped long and hard for a safe to put all of my Browning's in. Had them under the bed years and after a talk with myself, I realized that is pretty irresponsible. In addition, I rationalized that some of my more expensive Browning's belonged to my Dad and for that reason were irreplaceable, so I started to shop for a gun safe. So many choices out there. Shopped for over a month. Checking this and that. Could not decide. Some were just too far out of my price range, because despite it all, still not made of money. I went down to Costco and looked at the Bighorn, which was imported and had a cheap look and feel to it. I think I talked or chatted with every salesperson there at gunsafes.com and I finally got hold of Marty. I said I had it whittled down to two choices, one by Amsec and another by Liberty. Marty said I should also take a look at the Browning safe. Most of my long guns are Browning and I know the quality there, so I looked at this safe. I kept looking at all of these, including the Bighorn. Did I really want to spend three times the amount for the Bighorn than any of the others and the answer was pretty apparent, you pay for quality on a gun safe. Cutting corners on the manufacturing, means less cost and conversely, more dollars spent equates to a more quality safe. That’s just how it works with these products. All that being stated, I took the advice of many out there, get the biggest safe you can afford and you will spend a bit more for quality, but what is your collection really worth to you? My over and under alone is worth more than the safe, so everything in perspective...Now on to the safe. I chose the Browning. I liked the layout and the DPX system is awesome. Not a bunch of chipboard with carpet on it, but solid shelving that can be moved in several configurations with a rubberized top that protects and keeps anything from slipping you put on it. The door has more pockets than you can really know what to do with, but it seems like you can find a place for all your good Buck knives, spare magazines, whatever can get put into those. As well, there is a place for 9 guns on the door, so you don’t have to move everything around, to reach one of your favorites, it’s right there on the door, just grab one and go. Also, the door has a scope saver feature, which is an embedded pre-molded space for your scoped rifles, I have two in there and now I don’t have to take the scopes off…awesome. Great feature. Door is heavy, high quality and swings easily on ball bearings. The external hinges also mean a greater swing and it comes off if you want to move that safe easier. Another thing I really like is the corner bolts. Eliminates a point of weakness where a thief may start prying on. Electronic lock is awesome. Everyone said they can be a pain, but if you can read the directions, it works exactly as advertised. I got the black painted one, with gold lock, pointer design on the front, gold handles. We peeled the cardboard off of it and the driver who delivered it had just bought a Cannon and after we looked it all over and peeked inside, he said, “Man, I think I may have bought the wrong safe, that Browning is awesome.” The more I have it , the more I have to agree with his assessment. It’s heavy, with 10 gauge metal, continuous welded seams and that gold and gloss black, it’s a really nice contrast. Some of my buddies who have cheaper safes, ribbed me about spending too much, till they came over and saw it…that put an end to any doubts they had. Also wired for 110v inside, so no having to drill your own hole. Bottom line is I think that you can spend less and I know you will end up with a lot less safe and I think you can spend more, quite a bit more before you find the same quality of this safe for a reasonable price. If you are looking for a safe that is pretty enough to be in your living room, quality enough to help you sleep when you are on vacation and reasonably priced. I would definitely consider this Browning safe. I would also not hesitate to spend a couple extra hundred to get exactly what you want, because I can guarantee you that it will outlive you and you might as well get what you want and be happy with that rather than live with something less than you wanted for all the years you will own this safe.

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