Hi Section 8
FWIW - I have not seen any outside hinged safes that did not have at
least 2 side pins on each side of the door.
I have two discount brand safes, one has 3 pins each side and 2 top
and bottom, the other has 2 larger pins each side and 1 top and
However, the main locks themselves leave much to be desired.
I feel the interior locking door on the larger safe to have more
secure locking mechanism than the main exterior door.
Now, if you ever want to break into either of these safes, roll them
out and turn them around to the backside. Thinnest material because
it's supposed to be against a 4 minute firewall.
Using the tip of the crowbar, draw the letter X on the back panel,
then give it a good inward kick, one of the corners will expose and
you can use the crowbar to rip it open.
Simple as that!