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Old 04-04-2020, 09:39 PM
Alphadog Alphadog is offline
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Liberty safe. Difference between centurion and revere?

Hi all.
I'm wondering what the difference is between the centurion and revere series of liberty safes. I can get a centurion 12 or a revere 18 for the same price. There was no mention of the revere series on Liberty's website though. Only the centurion.

Any insight would be appreciated.
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Old 04-04-2020, 10:14 PM
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Try to see if you can get a hit on it over on Youtube.

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Hi all.
I'm wondering what the difference is between the centurion and revere series of liberty safes. I can get a centurion 12 or a revere 18 for the same price. There was no mention of the revere series on Liberty's website though. Only the centurion.

Any insight would be appreciated.
There are any number of residential security container reviews.

They are not safes. And there is a big difference.
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Old 04-04-2020, 10:27 PM
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Long shot here as I donít know where you are located.

Google Griffin Enterprises in Chesterfield SC.

They are the safe folks you need to be talking to.


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Old 04-06-2020, 10:19 PM
prof_anarcho prof_anarcho is offline
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Just my guess is that the liberty Revere series is no longer being made (probably replaced by the Centurion safe.)
The Revere series safe is made from 12 gauge steel. has a 30 min fire (UL RSC rating as pointed out by USMM Guy) and an internal hinges on the door.
(I was looking at this safe and comparing it to the Cannon patriot)

Blurb about it
https://www.stronggunsafes.com/liberty-revere-gun-safe/

The centurion safes have an external hinge. (makes for moving the safe easier because the door can come off.) (Which is usually the heaviest part of an RSC).

I haven't done too much research on the newer liberty RSCs because I found a different company's rsc to be more of a better solution for my needs.
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Old 04-27-2020, 05:52 PM
terjupi terjupi is offline
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Liberty revere model is now discontinued.It has USA series now replacing that model.The lowest end model is centurion which is not RSC rated.
All liberty safe have special 4 " wide locking bars which they claim to be 6 times stronger than normal cylindrical ones.
USA is theonly entry level safe(near $1000 range) with external relockers.
And yes the gauge is 12.Higher end model like franklin and colonial have 11 Centurion have 14.You can compare these models here.

http://safegunowners.org/best-long-g...y-all-budgets/
http://safegunowners.org/gun-safe-under-500-to-600/

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Old 07-13-2020, 04:24 PM
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If you are stuck with your choice then i would say you can check out the official website and see the difference. And still if you want to look detailed guide then you can check out our website
https://gunsafedatabase.com/best-gun-safe-under-600/
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