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Classic Select Series | Level 6 Security | 90 Minute Fire Protection

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  • Classic Select 60 is Liberty's Highest Long Gun Capacity Safe Available
  • Level 6 Security - Learn More
  • 90 Minute Fire Protection - Learn More
  • Professional Delivery | Installation Available - Learn More
  • Made in the U.S.A | Lifetime Warranty
Size Dimensions Weight Max Guns

25

Dimensions: 60.5"(H) x 30"(W) x 28.5"(D)

818lbs

24

40

Dimensions: 66.5"(H) x 36"(W) x 32"(D)

1,085lbs

35

50

Dimensions: 72.5"(H) x 42"(W) x 32"(D)

1,302lbs

41

60

Dimensions: 72.5"(H) x 50"(W) x 32"(D) | Thicker 10 Gauge Steel

1,525lbs

72 | Extreme Interior | 6 in 1 Flex

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4.9 Based on 16 Reviews
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    SM
    05/15/2019
    steve m.

    bigger is better

    biggest mistake is buying a safe that's to small with the national classic select 60 I don't have that problem I might have to buy another gun just to help fill it up inside light is awesome, combo pad is great extremely happy with what I ended up with the delivery crew were fast efficient

    B
    04/29/2019
    Budfrog61

    New door system seems less secure

    I now have 2 Liberty safes. The first one i bought was a Franklin and thought I would never need another. Well, I needed another so i went with a bigger Model Classic Select Extreme 60. The safe has many options inside for storage and like the Franklin is very easy to work with. My one concern is the new latching system to secure the door. I say new because it is different from the Franklin i purchased some time ago. The Franklin uses bolts style steel rods ( not sure how to describe) about 1 to 1.5 inches in diameter, where as the new safe uses flat plate steel approx. 3 to 4 inches long top to bottom and about 1/2 in thick. Now when I close the door on the new model and pull on the door to make sure it is secure, there is a significant amount of movement in and out compared to my Franklin. Is it less secure? I don't know but feels like it might be.

    RA
    03/30/2019
    Raising A.

    I oversized this time

    Very clean and subtle. Looks as though it could be left in the living room (it's not) and it would fit right in. The delivery was very professional and including bolt down took around 45 minutes or less. I did order a much larger safe than I need at the moment because another one that I own was overflowing in short order.

    B
    03/13/2019
    Bowdown2Washington

    Extra Large Safe Worth It

    So glad we bought the biggest. Really like the lighting and setting up the shelves was fairly easy. Look forward to long usage with it. The locking mechanisms are well built.

    D
    01/21/2019
    Dan

    good but not great

    Just purchased my second National Security safe. Excellent quality EXCEPT FOR THE CURRENT S&G DIAL LOCK. It rattles, does not spin easily and feels cheap. My previous safe has a great S&G lock but apparently S&G and Liberty are attempting to cut costs- TOO BAD IT REFLECTS POORLY ON THE BRAND NAME.

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