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Use a Sentry Safe? You May Want to Reconsider This
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Use a Sentry Safe? You May Want to Reconsider This - December 25, 2018, 04:57 PM




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Open a safe in less than 5 seconds, video is over 5 min long.


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All of these safes are openable but I didn't realize how quick those crappy ones opened lol.


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Use a Sentry Safe? You May Want to Reconsider This - December 27, 2018, 08:29 PM

I have my safe to protect in the event of a fire... Not to keep safe stuff safe.. If I needed that I'd get a safety deposit box.


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Open a safe in less than 5 seconds, video is over 5 min long.

He discusses why some safes are so easily defeated despite looking imposing and secure.



Then walks through what he does step by step - but the actual steps in real time are maybe 7 seconds until defeat.



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