Liberty Gun Safes

Liberty Gun Safes are among the best in the industry. This is quite an accomplishment considering that liberty safe logoLiberty Safes has only been in business since 1988. In just over two decades, they have grown to become the No. 1 seller of full size residential gun safes in the United States.

In fact, over 1 million gun owners have purchased a Liberty safe. Liberty is headquartered in Payson, Utah and has approximately 250 employees.

There are seven main gun safe series with 20 different safes to choose from. There are also several different lower end specialty safes, you may want to consider.

They offer an extensive array of colors and finishes. Prices range from under $1,000 to over $5,000. Apparently, they offer something for everyone’s budget.

Liberty Gun Safes Warranty

Backing up these safes is a remarkable warranty. Liberty Safe’s warranty provides the following:

If your gun safe ever experiences an attempted break-in or a fire, Liberty will repair or replace your safe for FREE.

This is a lifetime warranty and includes shipping the new safe to you, if the old one cannot be repaired. The warranty does not apply if your
homeowner’s insurance covers the damage.

Interestingly enough, this warranty is even transferrable. I cannot think of many other warranties that
offer this option.

2012 Update

There were not many changes to the existing product line-up in 2012. The very low end, Centurion Series has discontiued many models and the remaining models seems to have been relagated to specialty situation’s. The company has also seemed to create several other low end models in this specialty category. If this description seems criptic, it is. I am a little confused by the changes and even more confused by the inconsistencies of the product literature, which often contradicts itself. I will briefly address these modls more below.

Additionally, Liberty Gun Safes created an entirely new low end series called the Revere Series. Otherwise, there were very few substantive changes. The most noteworthy was that the Franklin Series and above now come with standard interior lighting.

Liberty Gun Safes Models

  1. Specialty
  2. Revere
  3. Colonial
  4. Franklin
  5. Lincoln
  6. Presidential
  7. National Security (Magnum)
  8. FatBoy
liberty centurion gun safe

Specialty Models

The Centurion Series seems to be effectively dead at Liberty Gun Safes.  The one remainin model** is the Centurion 12.  This model and two others, the Deluxe 17 (sometimes called
the Franklin 17) and the Premium 20 are now marketed as “Compact Safes”.  The Centurion 12 and the Deluxe 17 are both 24 inches wide and are designed to fit within
a standard 24 inch closet door.  The Premium 20 product description states that it is designed to fit within a 24 inch closet, but the safe is actually 28 inches. Go figure!
Liberty Safe has done a great job updating its website in 2012, but it still has a ways to go in terms of proof reading.

**Please note that on some parts of the Liberty website there are 1 or 2 other Centurion models listed (along with conflicting descriptions, etc.).  It
varies without explanation.  As such, if they can’t figure out which models they offer, than I am not going to spend time trying to do it for them.
Bottom line, I would be cautious about any Centurion Model, unless you really need the 24 inch width.

Models:

  1. Centurion 12 (22 gun capacity)
  2. Deluxe/Franklin 17 (17 gun capacity)
  3. Premium 20 (20 gun capacity)
This is quite an extensive line up of Liberty Gun Safes. Please enjoy the individual reviews and feel free to add your comments or contact me with suggestions or insights.

Discontinued Liberty Gun Safes Models

For a period of time, I include discontinued model reviews here. Sometimes left over inventory is available and people want to learn about the safe before purchasing. Here are a couple reviews from discontinued Liberty Gun Safes.

 

  1. Centurion 17 (20 gun capacity)
  2. Centurion Deluxe 23 (25 gun capacity)

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