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Wall-Mount Strong Box Fits Between Studs
"The only way you could steal it is to walk off with part of the wall," says Erich Bier, inventor and manufacturer of a new in-wall strong box that's designed to fit between studs on 16-in. centers in existing or new construction.
Unlike other wall safes that stick out from the wall about the thickness of a picture frame, Bier's strong box mounts perfectly flush with the wall so you can fool thieves by covering it with a thin poster or wall hanging. Also unique about the safe is that instead of a combination lock, which Bier says can be easily opened, the new strong box uses a pick-proof lock and key. "If anyone tries to pick the lock, the pins inside collapse and you'll have to call a locksmith to open it," Bier told FARM SHOW.
The strong box bolts to studs with 4 one-way bolts. Inside dimensions of the box are 14 by 6 in., big enough for two handguns or a sizeable stash of heirlooms, jewelry, and cash. The box is cast of ductile steel with an aluminum door. Bier says it'll stand up to almost any punishment.
The strong box sells for about $130 (U.S.). Bier is looking for distributors.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Erich Bier, T & C Locksmith, 13435-97th Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5E 4C8 (ph 403 473-4628).

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1987 - Volume #11, Issue #4