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Old 08-12-2017
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Smile Is your SAFE safe??? NO

My coach safe has a round key to lock and unlock it.

I lost the key. I called a lock smith.

Less than 2 minutes of picking the lock, the safe was OPEN.

For your information.

Hopefully it protects your papers from fire.
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Pretty sure no key to mine.
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My coach safe has a round key to lock and unlock it.

I lost the key. I called a lock smith.

Less than 2 minutes of picking the lock, the safe was OPEN.

For your information.

Hopefully it protects your papers from fire.
Most people do not have the practiced skills of picking a lock......I would say, mostly you are safe. I am an old locksmith from way back. I just never used the certification. Picking a lock for most people (who would steal) would take too long.
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Look up Bosnian Bill on YouTube.... Expert locksmith who breaks into everything... Pretty neat to watch.
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I would bet few thieves would ever know your safe was there to start with.
But to be on the safe side, we only keep one 8x10 picture of our friends Rottweiler in ours.
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You are safe Richard, the M 380 does not have a safe!!
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I would bet few thieves would ever know your safe was there to start with.
But to be on the safe side, we only keep one 8x10 picture of our friends Rottweiler in ours.
Now that is just funny......
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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.
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Jim---tell me it ain't so.

No safe??????

Next thing you will tell me is there is no propane.

See you in a day or so in Casper.
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