Y'all have got to read what Cannon Safes just did for me.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bluesea112, Apr 11, 2012.

  1. 25yretcoastie

    25yretcoastie New Member

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    We can only wish and hope that other Co's would or will be like Cannon
  2. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    My safe is a Bighorn. It also has the same warranty. This is a link. My safe is #7144 and it is a great safe. They were great people to deal with.

    http://www.rhinosafe.com/bighorngunsafes.html
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    Blueseal,

    Your tale reminds me of a axiom of a group I used to work with. "Salesmanship sells the first one, but customer service sells the rest !"

    BTW, I own one of their products myself ! >MW
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    Now that is some excellent Customer Service ! I like companies that will stand behind their products. :cool:

    After what you had to go through with your house fire and all it's nice to see you got great treatment from them and now you will have a nice New Safe.

    The added free shipping really amazed me. Now that's a really good company right there and when the time comes I will be looking to purchase mine from them.

    Good for you bluesea112. :thumbsup:
  6. Sorrowful Jones

    Sorrowful Jones New Member

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    Thank you. As a fire investigator I am interested in this sort of thing. If possible could you get a close up or two of the door seal area and maybe an interior pic? In my career I have come across several safes that have been involved in fire. Some did a pretty good job, some did not. I don't remember having dealt with a Cannon though. Did you have any papers inside the safe? If so, did they char or discolor at all? Were they high or low in the safe. I would also be interested in knowing what the fire rating was on your safe. I know.... too many questions....sorry..

    I am interested for professional reasons as well as personal, but first hand accounts will help us all when it comes to choosing a safe to buy. I sure am impressed with how they handled your situation. Thanks
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    That puts a smile on my face, thanks for sharing.
    Wish you the best in recovery of the house fire.
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    so, did they replace your house as fast?
  9. JLA

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    Thats freakin awesome Charles!

    Guys I saw Charles' safe a couple weekends ago when we went fishin. It was a crispy critter for sure, in fact the whole remainder of the house was. I am amazed the weapons inside werent damaged. The safe sat against a wall 15 feet from where the fire originated, and judging by the char marks on the safe itself and the wall around it it spent a good length of time directly in the fire. I am amazed at the safes performance in that regard alone.

    Sounds like Cannon Safes has the Dillon Precision warranty of the safe world! :thumbsup:
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