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Home Safes For Guns Offer Protection And Security

Besides the potential for harm, if you love guns and have a valuable collection, you certainly want to keep them safe. No one can ever predict when a house fire can occur – it can be the result of an electrical failure, falling asleep while smoking, or even a lightning strike – however it happens, fire can rip through a home within minutes. In such an emergency, the primary concern will be to get out fast. Rather than simply leaving your gun collection to fate, a fireproof gun safe can make sure that your prized firearms will survive most house fires.

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A Wide Range Of Choices

Whether your collection includes everything from pistols through shotguns and rifles, there is a home gun safe that will exactly fit your needs. Read some pistol safe reviews on gunsafeguide.net before buying one.

Freestanding gun safes are available in what might be termed the ‘standard’ type or in a fireproof design. Depending on the model, fireproof gun safes can withstand temperatures of 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit.

Wall safes are those that are fitted with walls and can be concealed behind the drapery, pictures, or other decorative elements. While you will not be able to keep a rifle in one of these, they are great for storing pistols safely, along with other valuables.

Some floor safes actually care enough to accommodate short to medium length rifles and shotguns. These safes can be fitted between joists or embedded in concrete, which also renders them fireproof. Once installed, the safe can be hidden beneath carpeting.

Biometric safes do not rely upon tumblers or keys to unlock, but rather on your own fingerprints. Available either for pistols or full-sized guns, these safes represent the apex of modern safety technology.

Assess Your Needs

Most gun safes will represent a significant investment in themselves, so find the safe, or safes, that will best fulfill your needs. Many gun safes are designed to keep rifles and shotguns safe and are somewhat sizeable articles of furniture themselves. Even if you only own a set of pistols, in all probability you will be building a gun collection over time, so a safe to house your future firearms will not only provide a secure place for your present arms but for those that you may acquire later. Gun safes can also be used to store important documents such as deeds, wills, and insurance policies. Fireproof safes will be useful in this capacity for protecting this vital information as well as your guns.

Those living in or near high crime areas will definitely need to protect their firearms from theft. Besides money and other small, portable valuables, thieves often take guns when they clean out a house. Your gun safe will prevent the loss of not only your monetary investment but also make sure that you and your family are not deprived of protection until you can replace your guns.…

Agency Worker Organizes Pay Cut Peaceful Protest

The movement is proceeding. Although we did not organize this directly (msratecuts.org) it is good to see that people are working towards improving conditions. Please note that this effort is considered protected concerted activity under the National Labor Board.

Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) is a federal law guaranteeing that right – and will protect you if your employer takes negative action, such as harassment, threats to layoff, or discipline, for discussing organizing a biometric gun safe in your workplace. Under the NLRA Act of 1947, all workers have “the right to self-organization, to form, to join, or assist labor organizations.” Furthermore, the same act states that employers are not allowed to “interfere with, restrain, or coerce employees in the exercise of the rights guaranteed in Section 7.”

When: Occurs every weekday from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM effective 3/2/2009 until 3/13/2009. (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Where: Microsoft Sign at 156th Ave & 40th St., Redmond

Dear fellow MS contractor,

As I am sure you are aware Microsoft has put into place an immediate and mandatory 10%+ rate cut that is being passed down to us all through our contract agencies effective now or in the very near future. If you feel this is unfair and a breach of contract, as I do, I encourage you not to agree to these new contract terms. By uniting as valuable people who work at Microsoft we can show our concern and force an alternate course of action.

The first step in forming an alliance and uniting contract workers at Microsoft is for us to meet and discuss our concerns. For this, I have scheduled a peaceful protest at the corner of 156th Ave. and NE 40th St. from 6pm-8pm every day. I will be there every day, I hope you will too…but even just showing up one of the days is helpful and is a strong symbol of our concerns.…