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Old 08-14-2017
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My safe is not safe. It is loose rolling around under the bed. Anyone who got in there could just pick it up and carry it off. I was surprised that they are not really attached too well to anything. I bet with just a long handled screwdriver, I could pry most of them loose.
My safe in the 93 was in one of the compartments not installed. I installed it with 2 wood screws.

So I think you are right. If not a screw driver, a crow bar would. Why go to that trouble when you can pick the lock in a minute or two.
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