Safecracker At Large
Seems like I am hearing it more these days . Largely this comes from people who bought their (now damaged or forgotten combination) "protected" at some huge-box store. Often enough, they're proper. No apologies from this quarter, nevertheless. Some companies currently making and selling what move for safes have their products made in other countries where the labor costs are very low in comparison to what Americans must earn to keep their households fed. Couple that with the ferocious competitors amongst safe makers to sell products in quantity. The one efficient method to do it is by selling cheaper. It becomes the race to the underside, in both worth and quality. Living proof: Final week I was employed by a protected maker to repair a gun safe. The owner bought it at a low cost house, however discovered a problem with it as quickly as he tried to use it. He discovered his method to the protected maker's help line.