SecureIt Intelligent Firearms Storage is a company out of Syracuse New York that builds military armories, and has more recently branched out into the private sector with lightweight gun safes, full size gun safes, and hidden gun safes.
The brand capitalizes on the shortcomings of what many gun safes in the industry fall short on. This includes things like sub part fire ratings, unreliable construction and more.
Tom (the owner) can be seen in many of their videos debunking issues with these safes on their website, and backs them up with real life examples. He then shows how they have created something better.
What do I like best about SecureIt?
- SecureIt challenges the gun safe industry to be better. This can be seen in the Winchester modular interiors that mimic SecureIt’s CradleGrid technology.
- That said, I like the CradleGrid technology, this allows for quick access and can be used in many different applications.
- Range of products – with so many products, and accessories to go with each the possibilities are endless.
- Great price – All of SecureIt’s products are built to compete with the rest of the industry. They even have a 90 day money back guarantee.
Agile Ultralight Gun Safes – These safes are built to be modular, quick access safes that compete well with other entry level safes. They may not have a fire rating, but more than make up for it with other features.
Answer Ultralight Gun Safes – While not as light as the Agile Safes, these products are welded, lightweight safes that feature some thick steel, and quick access. They also have a built in door organizer.
True Gun Safe – This is the answer to higher end safes and I would compare to the BF series Amsec safes. These are double steel walls and concrete filled.
Hidden Gun Safes – The Fastbox series makes up the majority of this line. It is meant for quick access throughout the home. SecureIt mentions these are for people who want to decentralize their armory.
Gun Room / Gun Cabinets – For those that have too many guns to keep in just one cabinet, these military style products are built to house, and display guns. These would go well with a Fort Knox vault door or equivalent.