Security — A Look Inside the Browning Advantage.
UL SECURITY CONTAINER RATING. KNOW WHAT IT MEANS!
Browning ProSteel safes are rated by Underwriters Laboratories® (UL) to withstand rigorous attacks on the body, door, handle and lock. Test attacks are performed by experienced professionals familiar with the design and construction of the safe. To combat attack, Browning ProSteel safes incorporate a number of security features at various levels. From robust locking mechanisms with multiple layers of lock protection, to thick steel bodies, to Pry-Stop Locking Bolts, we offer safe security that you can trust.
We have been a leading innovator in the safe industry for decades. Our dedication begins with the steel used to form the body. While some competitors use 14-Gauge steel to keep their costs down, the thinnest we use is 12-Gauge steel that is 40% thicker than 14-Gauge. 12-Gauge steel is also the minimum required to achieve the coveted UL® RSC (Residential Security Container) certification. The security measures we put into Browning ProSteel safes are second to none, relying on smart design, rugged materials, quality construction and hands-on testing procedures to build safes that are tougher and able to withstand the onslaught of drill, punch and pry attacks.
WE BACK UP OUR CLAIMS WITH A SOLID WARRANTY.
Browning provides a Gun Safe Warranty that is equal to the best in the industry. The warranty covers:
ATTEMPTED BREAK IN BREAK IN FIRE DAMAGE -- If your safe is involved in one of the above situations and your homeowner’s insurance policy does not cover the
damage to the safe, we will repair or replace the safe. (Safe contents are not covered.) Shipping costs for a new safe, if necessary, are included. Some restrictions apply. See Safe Owner’s Manual or browning.com for complete warranty information.
MORE INNOVATIONS TO KEEP YOUR BELONGINGS SECURE.
DUO FORMED® DOOR.
The best Browning ProSteel safe doors are made from multiple layers of steel formed together to provide superior strength, pry resistance and
attack protection. Full second panel for outstanding strength. The door face is 1-5⁄16" thick. (Specifications may vary by model.)
1" FORMED DOOR.
The 1" Formed Door is engineered with a rugged steel face. Back and reinforcement panels provide excellent strength and attack protection compared to the competition.
REINFORCED DOOR FRAME.
The door opening of the safe is strengthened by an integrated return flange to create added pry and attack resistance.
UNI-FORCE™ LOCKING SYSTEM.
The finest Browning ProSteel safe locking mechanism uses robust cam locks and a large, multiple diversion bar system to prevent bolt or handle pressure from reaching the lock. Forces go to the cams and diversion bars, not the lock, for protection unmatched by other
OMNIBARRIER® LOCK PROTECTION SYSTEM.
A carefully engineered structure of steel hard plate and steel components designed to protect the safe lock from drill, punch and push attacks.
FORCE DEFLECTOR™ LOCKING SYSTEM.
The Force Deflector Locking System (U.S. patent #7,665,405) prevents bolt or handle forces from reaching the lock by using a rotating cam device. It prevents energy transfer to the lock better than most systems used in the safe industry.
PRY-STOP CORNER BOLTS.
Pry-Stop Corner Bolts (U.S. patent #8,276,527) provide better protection than other pry-defense designs. Innovative long locking bolts extend diagonally from a reinforced support at the corners of the door to protect against pry attack at the vulnerable corner areas.
PRY-STOP END BOLTS.
Superior to other designs that allow the locking bolt support bar to bend, Pry-Stop End Bolts are two and a half times longer than regular bolts and reinforced with steel angle iron that prevents the locking bolt support bar from bending in a pry attack. The top and bottom locking
bolts on the door side secure the critical door corners.
Pry-Stop Tabs are pieces of angled steel added to the top and bottom bolts and inside of the safe door. These reinforcements work together to increase pry resistance.
180° HEAVY DUTY HINGES.
Rugged hinges allow the door to swing open 180° for unhindered access to the safe interior. Door locking bolts maintain security if the hinges are cut off. Fire protection is better than with internal hinges because no insulation is removed to accommodate the hinges.