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SNAPSAFE SUPER TITAN XXL DOUBLE DOOR *DROP SHIP*
Currently: Backorder at Manufacturers Status Only.
Here’s all the security of a conventional, welded safe in an easy-to-assemble gun vault that moves anywhere piece-by-piece, then locks together in minutes with no tools. Super Titan home fire safe provides your documents, valuables, firearms and jewelry with protection from fire and theft.
Every Super Titan ships with one full shelf and full gun rack, plus a half gun rack with two half shelves, to let you configure your vault to meet your needs. The Super Titan Double Doors feature a full gun rack. The recommended capacity is 56 long guns (XXL) when stored in sleeves with the muzzles up and down, fewer if your guns have optics.
- Exterior: 59"H x 46"W x 30"D (add 3" for handle)
- Interior: 53.5"H x 41"W x 26.5”D
- Door Opening: 52"H x 37”W
- Weight: 900 lbs. (Shipping: 905 lbs)
- Capacity: 56+ Long Guns
- SecuRAM™ Lock: UL-listed digital lock with EMP-proof mechanical key backup
- Modular safe, ships in pieces and can be assembled anywhere
- 2300F Fire Protection
- SecuRam EMP Proof Hybrid Lock
- All hardware included for assembly
- Double door design allows for easy access anywhere in the safe
- 8 Live Locking Bolts in the door
- Commercial Non Breach Seal
- 4 bolt down holes allow the safe to be secured to the floor
- MGO Fireproof material interior
- Comes with two shelving configurations to accommodate small or large number of long guns
- Item Price includes Freight
This item will be Drop shipped to your front door, separate from the rest of your order.
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Read 1 Reviews - Average Rating: 3 stars
Good Safe With Some Assembly Issues
By Charles W.
on Jul 12, 2019
All in all, I like the Super Titan XXL gun safe. It has decent room and adequate security features. I wanted a safe with either a mechanical dial or an electronic lock with a backup key or other access capability. The XXL I received has the electronic lock and a manual keyed backup access. The electronic lock is easy to operate and much faster than a dial combination lock which will be appreciated in case of emergency access where time is of the essence. I haven’t yet tried the key access, however. Purchase from Graf and Sons and delivery by ADF Trucking went very smoothly as well as quickly. Where I was disappointed in the XXL was, oddly enough, the assembly. The case was assembled by my son and I in an upright position as I just couldn’t visualize tipping up the completed case and moving it into position after assembly. It definitely takes two people to assemble the outer unit and doors. We had to remove the insulation to properly access the bolts. Especially since many of the studs were not adequately tight as received and a small wrench had to be used on the back of the studs to get everything tight as we fastened the nuts.
I did the entire interior install by myself and it was far more difficult than it should have been. Firstly, several of the interior panels were mismarked with the identification stickers rotated incorrectly, missing entirely or, the worst, marked with the completely wrong label. There really aren’t too many parts so you can figure it out eventually, but what really threw me was the fact that the side panels were marked completely wrong. I saw the first side was labeled “right side” and put that into position on the right. The other side didn’t say anything about which side it was so I assumed it had to be the left. When I finally got everything into place, I found the doors wouldn’t shut as they interfered with the center and top shelves! Turns out the side labeled “right” was really the left which makes a big difference as it alters the position of the shelf bracket rails and subsequently the location of the shelf edges. Another issue contributing to the problem was that the diagrams in the owner’s manual are not for the XXL and provide no help in verifying which side is which beforehand. I had to remove everything from the interior (those pieces are tight!) and reassemble with the sides in the right orientation. Once that was done I had functional doors.
Three other items that weren’t as expected: 1, one of the nuts in the channel on the bottom interior piece was missing and the mounting screw was just loose. Fortunately, I had a nut that fit; 2, the top shelf has already started to sag with about 60 lbs of ammo on it; and 3, replacing the insulation and attaching the top interior panel is a real pain if the unit is in a vertical position.
After finally getting the safe assembled and functional I am glad I got it. One final thing though is that there’s no pre-drilled hole or way to run a 110 volt dehumidifier to an outlet. For a safe the price of the XXL, that’s pretty inexcusable.
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