They had two Liberty Safes in their shop, one that was open and one that was closed. Unfortunately, the open safe didn’t offer much protection to their pellet guns, but the closed safe held more valuable items that would have been devastating to lose.
The closed safe was just ten feet from the fire when it started and was completely engulfed by the end of it.
When it was okay to open, it took the couple over two hours to break into the safe to see if their belongings were preserved.
“I don’t know how people can break into them.”
They ultimately had to use a backhoe to open the safe.
“We were absolutely amazed.”
Everything in their safe was in perfect condition. They had guns, deeds, other paperwork, and sentimental items that couldn’t be replaced. Among these items was a bullhorn passed down from a parent and guns that another parent brought back from Korea.
“As soon as we get another building, we’ll have another Liberty Safe.”
That’s why we do what we do. We are so glad that our safes can help protect the items that people hold so dearly.