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Medalist 45 Textured

  • Street: 7468 Admiral Peary Hwy
  • City: Cresson
  • State: Pennsylvania
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 16630
  • Listed: August 22, 2013 12:50 pm
  • Expires: This ad has expired


Medalist Series Gun SafeThe Medalist Series is our most popular safe—and for good reason. It offers excellent security, fire protection, and quality at an attractive price. Features include: 12-gauge American-made steel body, precision four-way active boltworks, and 1350° 60-minute fire rating. After careful examination, you’ll find the Medalist surpasses all other safes in its class. In fact, you’ll find it superior to most higher-priced products Built with many features our competitors can’t afford to offer—thicker steel, the famous Sargent & Greenleaf™ lock, internal ball-bearing hinges and 100% active door bolts.  The Medalist Series gun safe offers excellent security at an affordable price.

Fire and Security Ratings

  • 1350° 60-minute rating
  • Phoenix™ Class II fire protection
  • UL security rating

Locking System

  • Sargent & Greenleaf ™ Group II dial lock
  • Champion’s Auto-Relock™ system
  • Diamond-Embedded Armor Plate™


  • Four-way active boltworks–no dead bolts
  • Up to 14, 1″ door bolts
  • Roughneck™ bolt guides


  • Plush velour interior
  • All-Pro interior

See Interior Configurations Below

Maximumm Security Door

  • 41/2″ composite door
  • Internal ball-bearing hinges
  • Two layers of fire insulation
  • Two full layers of door steel


  • 12 Gauge Steel Body
  • Upt to two-inch thick composite walls
  • Double-Steel Door Casement™


Gun Safe Dial Lock Standard

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Interior Layouts

Medalist Series Gun Safe Interior Layouts

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