(GunReports.com) — Browning has added two new models to its Tactical Safe line-up, the Tactical Series Mark I and Mark II.
The Mark I and Mark II safes will each be offered in two sizes and both safes feature new anti-pry features, including Pry-Stop End Bolts, tight-tolerance door fit, chromed locking bolts, fully reinforced integrated door frame, and extended throw locking bolts, Force Deflector™ Locking Mechanism and other security features.
The Mark I has 1-inch locking bolts on three sides of the door while the Mark II has 1¼-inch locking bolts on all four sides of the door. The Mark I has a 1-inch formed door and the Mark II has a 1 5/16-inch thick Duo-Formed door. The Mark I is made of heavy 11-gauge steel and the Mark II is made of heavy 12-gauge steel. S & G Type I Electronic Lock with five-year limited warranty is standard on all four of the new Tactical safes.
Both models include convenient DPX Storage Systems exclusive to Browning. This system increases the number of firearms that can be stored in each model by allowing both long guns and handguns to be stored on the inside of the door. The interior includes space for long guns and shelves for handguns and other items. A Safe Top Basket located on the top of each safe conveniently stores extra gear. The Tactical Mark II models have an additional external accessory rack to hang gear on the side of the safe.
The new Tactical Mark II AR35F is 60″ x 37″ x 27″ and is 860 lbs., Suggested Retail, $3,129. The new Tactical Mark II AR26F is 60″ x 30″ x 25″ and is 725 lbs., Suggested Retail, $2,599. Both models are 1200º F/60 min. standard fire protection rated and UL tool attack listed.
The new Tactical Mark I AK33F is 58″ x 36″ x 27″ and is 715 lbs., Suggested Retail, $2,629. The new Tactical Mark I AK23F is 58″ x 30″ x 23″ and is 545 lbs., Suggested Retail, $2,099. Both models are 1200º F/45 min. standard fire protection rated and UL tool attack listed.