I have been researching safes and I am soliciting expertise from anyone familiar with safes.
It seems there are only a few aspects of security: weight, thickness, and number of bolts. A local safe salesman explained that he could get into any safe in ten-twenty minutes if he had the proper tools.
He mentioned that more bolts (especially upper and lower) prevented bending the door with a crowbar. Thickness prevents attacking the safe directly. And weight, of course, helps keep the safe from simply getting up and walking off where the BG could take his time and get inside.
He has a 24x20x36 safe with 1" thick door and walls. It weighs over 900 lbs. (WOW) He wants to sell it for $800. It seems like a good safe for an apartment (ground floor) to protect handguns and valuables.
Is there anything else I need to consider?