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    Liberty Safe's New Patent Pending Locking Bar Technology

    If you own a safe to store your firearms, you are already doing your part to prevent gun theft. However, unless your safe is made by Liberty and is equipped with our flat bar technology, you do not have the latest innovation. Here is why upgrading a safe to one with this technology is a very good idea.

    What is Flat Bar Technology?

    Most safes on the market are equipped with traditional steel round-pin locking bolts. This technology has been around almost as long as safes themselves. These bolts can keep a safe’s door shut and help prevent the door from warping during a fire. But they are not as effective as Liberty’s innovative patent-pending military style locking bars.

    When it comes to innovation, Liberty Safe has always been ahead of the curve in the safe industry. Using the best engineering, technology and testing, Liberty has designed its flat bar technology to be far superior to traditional round-pin locking bolts when providing safe security.

    Locking bars are six times stronger than round pins found in other safes. They provide a larger surface that resists prying and punching because they go deeper into the safe when locked in place. They are also made from one, solid piece of American-made steel.

    Standard round locking bolts are individually and permanently riveted to security brackets before being installed into a safe door. While they have been the industry standard and are effective, they are not as efficient as Liberty’s military-style locking bars.