My gun safe has a bit of fireproofing in the fact that the inside is lined with drywall. I was thinking that if I happened to have a house fire, after it's over I'd like to know what the temperature peaked at on the inside of the safe.
Of course if my house burned to the ground I would imagine it would get pretty hot inside, however if the fire was somewhat minor and was quickly contained I would really like to know that inside temp. peak.
Does anyone know some sort of device that would store and hold a high heat record. It doesn't have to be a mercury/digital thermometer, maybe just something that changed color and you could compare the color to a temperature chart.
BTW, what max temp would you declare your metal gun to endure in a safe? As a start I need to measure my gun surface temp after a lengthy range session, also what is the temp of hot blueing?
Maybe I could just keep some raw biscuits inside the safe and use them as an indicator after a fire.