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Liberty Safe Expands Utah Manufacturing

Liberty Safe will be having a Ribbon Cutting event on Nov. 11th at 12 pm. The ribbon cutting will celebrate the new 108,000 square ft. addition to their Utah factory. The additional space now gives Liberty a 312,000 sq. ft. factory and will substantially increase their unprecedented manufacturing capabilities and warehousing potential. “It has been our goal to build a strong company, rooted in American manufacturing,” Said Kim Waddoups, CEO of Liberty Safe. “We have worked hard to invest in America and American jobs and are pleased with the direction of the company.” “We know our customers love to buy quality American made products and we are focused on building safes that exceed those expectations.” Over the last several years, Liberty has invested 25 million dollars to expand its capability to produce safes here in America. Liberty now makes 100% of their large capacity safes in the USA. Liberty currently builds 450 safes a day and can now build up to 750 safes a da...

 


Firearm Safety - Basics for Hunters

Every year, hundreds of hunting accidents occur across America; just ask Vice President Cheney. Many of these accidents could have been avoided by practicing a few basic gun safety techniques. Know your weapon If your weapon came with an owner's manual, read it from cover to cover. Practice taking apart your weapon and inspecting it thoroughly. If you know what your weapon looks like normally, you will be quick to recognize any abnormalities of the weapon in the field. If you drop your weapon or fall while carrying it, take it apart and inspect it for damage. Make sure that the slide operates smoothly. If you are in doubt about the integrity of your rifle, don't fire it. Educate yourself about the ammunition that you choose to use. A .22 caliber bullet fired from a rifle can travel over two and a half miles. This knowledge is necessary to line up a safe shot. Transporting the weapon Always keep your weapon unloaded until you are ready to fire. If you are going to hike to a new location, unload ...

 


Bow Hunting - Hunting in the Raw

Bow hunting is often seen as one of the manliest of sports, but there is a small contingent of women that partake in bow hunting, and take the sport to new levels. Without the use of a firearm, people find that there is less to hide behind with a bow and find that the psychological aspect of bow hunting can be somewhat intimidating but exhilarating at the same time. With bow hunting quickly becoming a new favorite for those seeking old-fashioned adventure, there are many new additions to the sport that people interested in it should get to know. One important aspect about bow hunting is the breaking of the ‘safety zone’. This must be done to get a clean shot at the prey. While traditional firearms hunters can stay at a relatively safe distance from their prey, a bow hunter must creep up on the prey and get inside a danger zone with the animal. This means that the animal could charge or attack at any moment within the danger zone. The hunter should be aware at all times because of this. With so...

 


Sentry®Safe Introduces Digital Alarm Safe For Reliable Protection Against Daily Threats

ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- SentrySafe, the global leader in fire-resistant security storage containers, introduces a newly designed line of digital alarm safes for added theft deterrence and reliable protection. Equipped with a loud, audible alarm, owners are alerted to an attempted break-in. The safes can also withstand fire and flood, for a full range of protection for important documents, valuables and keepsakes. Designed, developed and manufactured in the U.S. the innovations of the digital alarm safes are inspired by customers' changing organizational, security and storage needs. "We listened to our customer's growing concerns regarding security, that's why we added an alarm," said Bill Buchko, product manager. "The alarm not only alerts you to an attempted break-in, but also serves as a deterrent that can make a burglar think twice about removing the safe from your home." The loud, audible alarm activates if someone lifts or moves the safe, there is a pry-attempt on the door or a wrong code is entered five t...

 


Bandits use gas-powered saw to break into safes at AT&T stores

GALLATIN, Tenn. - At least three police agencies in Tennessee are on the look out Tuesday for bandits who broke into AT&T stores in Knoxville, Gallatin and Franklin. The alleged thieves pry open the door with a crowbar and use a gas-powered cutting saw to break open lock boxes. It happened in Gallatin last Sunday at the AT&T store on Nashville Highway. Store surveillance shows two men wearing gloves and baseball caps enter the store and run directly to the back room. Within moments, they start up the gas-powered saw and begin chewing up the metal lock that keeps thousands of dollars in both cash and electronics locked away. A smoke alarm sounded, alerting local firefighters, who then notified police. The men were inside the store for about 5 minutes and ultimately got away with $15,000 worth of laptops, tablets and smartphones Detectives told News 2 the two men closely resemble the bandits caught doing the same thing at eight AT&T stores near Edgewater, Florida. Franklin police confirmed to News 2 tha...

 


The Wide Appeal of Duck Hunting

Duck hunting is one of the most popular hunting sports in the world. It is as much a social calling as it is a hunt, in fact, representing a whole set of cultural standards and etiquette rules that many people do not even consider. It has a whole culture all its own, from a proper dress code to duck hunting dogs and assistants. Duck hunting is mainly a sporting activity around the world now, as commercial duck hunting has since been banned in most developed countries. Duck hunting is, in fact, as old as time itself. There are early indications that ducks and geese were somehow hunted during the Ice Age. Cave drawings indicate that duck hunting was a sound practice early on in human existence, giving way to ducks and swans appearing on cave paintings in Ice Age Europe. There is also evidence of duck hunting in Egypt, as a mural on the tomb of Khum-Hotpe displays a man capturing ducks in a stream. Ducks were also likely hunted by early man in the Americas, as early Peruvian art indicates. With this internati...

 




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