72(H) x 41(W) x 24(D)
Sporter Series - 49 Tall Wide
The Sporter Series safes come standard with 12 Gauge Steel. For the price, these safes have no comparison for value. You can buy knowing that you have the best value. If you want even further steel on your safe, but are still budget minded, check out the Browning Heavyweight series, where it is familiar to the Sporter, but includes 11 Gauge Steel.
Certified security, in the right size for your needs
- Item Number: 1601100274
- UPC: 02361443714
- Gun Capacity / Config 49 total (26/39+10)
- Body Thickness: 12 Gauge
- Bolts: 8 (5 Active)
- Cubic Feet: 41
- Fire Rating: 60 Minute / 1400°
- Overall Weight: 790 lbs
- Dimensions: 72x41x24
- Handle Type: 3-spoke
- Door Type: 1" Formed
- Paint: Textured
- Scene / Graphics: Silk-Screened Logo and Scroll
- Lock System: Force Deflector
- Safe Security Rating: UL® RSC Tool Attack
- Interior Color: Beige Fabric
- Locking Bolt Sides: 3 Sides (Top, Left, Right)
- U.S. Suggested Retail: $2,549.00
Included CMS Adjustable Shelving
- Standard Shelves: 8
- Barrel Racks: 3
- Pistol Racks: 1
Exclusive to Browning ProSteel safes, ThermaBlock features thicker sheets of fire insulation arranged in an interlocking design that minimizes gaps that would allow the internal temperature in the safe to rise during a fire.
When heat builds and flames roar, ThermaBlock ensures that your valuables are well protected. Exclusive to Browning ProSteel safes, ThermaBlock features thicker sheets of fire insulation arranged in an interlocking design that minimizes gaps that would allow the internal temperature in the safe to rise during a fire.
With ThermaBlock’s advantages, ProSteel begin fire-testing safes where the other brands’ testing ends. The chart shows that a Browning ProSteel safe with ThermaBlock and external hinges offers fire protection as much as three times better than a safe with internal hinges and gaps in fire protection that leave your valuables unprotected.
FIRE PROTECTION LIKE NO OTHER.
They understand that fire protection is more than just adding fire insulation to a safe. Other aspects of safe construction play crucial roles in the total fire protection package. Here, the little details add up to make or break the true fire protection a safe offers. For example:
The thickness of the steel used in the body is vital. Heavier gauge steel flexes less when heated, limiting distortion that lets heat in through gaps in broken welds and around the door frame. Speaking of welds, we continuously weld — not spot weld like some of the competition — every seam for added resistance to heat-related flex. Even the door hinge design matters. All of these little touches add up to big gains in fir e and heat resistance and go a long way towards protecting your most valuable possessions.