Need a Gun Safe Mover

Discussion in 'Firearms' started by NittanyDoug, Sep 14, 2017.

  1. NittanyDoug

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    Three stringers on the stairs. Landing is hung from the main beam on one side and a 3x header on the perpendicular. Treads are solids 2x10s
     
  2. APEX PREDATOR

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    Try Bos moving out of Commerce. Not saying they will do it but worth a phone call.
     

  3. NittanyDoug

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    Thanks Apex. I'll look them up and drop them a line.
     
  4. Jumbo

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    Able Safe, in Warren Mi., 13 mile & Mound rd.
    150$ set up fee, it was well worth it.
    A hydraulic, rubber track motorized dolly.
    Liberty #27, 750lbs, they set it up in a 1/2 hr.
    In the basement, 4"X4" pressure treated raised up off floor & leveled.
    IMHO, it was worth the $ , Great to watch professional at work, watching my $$ , it was a good experience.
    Good luck . Jumbo Out!
     
  5. NittanyDoug

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    Do you know if they will move one they didn't sell? I would have done a local buy if I hadn't almost paid for the safe with gift cards and points.
     
  6. Jumbo

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    It's worth a call.
     
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    I second Jumbo's reply. Just some advice. Spoke to a fireman about my safe and best place to put it. He recommends 1st floor on an outside wall as this will give the best chance for your safe and valuables to survive. Remember fire is bad but water can and will ruin your valuables too and being in the basement water damage is highly likely with the 100's if not 1000's of gallons they are dumping on the fire. Just my .02
     
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    The door will come off a liberty. You have to pop out the drywall on the hinge side to allow it the space. The drywall is stapled and snaps back in easily. Use a car jack as mentioned before to lift it.
     
  9. NittanyDoug

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    Talked to Able. No dice there. I won't say much more than that regarding him/them.
     
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    Is that on an internal hinged Liberty?
     
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    Sorry for referring them, they've been good before with other issues.
    Good luck.
     
  14. NittanyDoug

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    No worries on referring them. I asked for suggestions.

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    Yes it is. Be carful the door is awkward, extra hands needed.