- Gun Safe, which can fit most sliding door closets
- Adjustable and upholstered interior shelves
- RSC-rated with 90-minute fire protection capability
- High-security features and cam-driven locking mechanism
Gun Safe, which can fit most sliding door closets
AMSEC NF5924E5 has outside dimensions of 59″(h) x 24″(w) x 18″(d). Its depth of 18” makes this safe suitable for installation in most sliding door closets (channel for sliding door is 24”). It has a gun capacity of 8+8+1=17 and total storage of 5.88 cu. ft.
Adjustable and upholstered interior shelves
This gun safe showcases fully adjustable interior shelves. These shelves are upholstered in an all-velour plush gray fabric. For additional storage, AMSEC NF5924E5’s back panel has a Premium Door Organizer (PDO). PDO includes numerous see-through pouches and zippered pockets for your valuables. It also has two rows of holders for ammo, small flashlights, and choke tubes. It also features two-full width pistol storage systems with four holsters to accommodate multiple handguns.
RSC-rated with 90-minute fire protection capability
This safe has an RSC (Residential Security Container) rating for burglary classification. It underwent and passed a 5-minute test where one man tries forcible entry using tools usually found in a household like a sledgehammer. The ¼” thick steel plate door was able to resist physical attacks. For fire protection, it features strategically-engineered 3 to 4 layers of drywall and dual door seals. It has also passed a 90-minute fire test under an external temperature of 1200°F with a maintained temperature of less than 350°F.
High-security features and cam-driven locking mechanism
AMSEC NF5924E5 has excellent security features, including an 11-gauge steel body and 4-way bolt work with 14 massive 1 ½” bolts. It also showcases an ultra-smooth cam-driven locking mechanism with increased handle rotation. Its commercial-grade high-security exterior hinges allow a 180-degree opening to the interior. It is also advisable to use the four pre-cut anchor holes to bolt down the safe in concrete to make it more steady and secure.