Guns Browning Introduces the Hell’s Canyon Extra Wide Safe Industry News April 14, 2017 0 COMMENT If you have a large gun collection (and who doesn’t, or at least doesn’t want one) you might want to take a look at the extra wide Hell’s Canyon. It’s new from Browing. Here’s what they want you to know. Industry News: Browning Hell’s Canyon Safe Gun owners in need of added storage for large gun collections will want to check out the new Browning ProSteel Hell’s Canyon extra wide safe. The Hell’s Canyon extra wide safe features a tough 11-gauge steel body with Pry-Stop End Bolts for improved break-in protection. The safe will also feature a 1-1/4” formed door with inner plate, Force-Deflector™ Locking System, 1-1/4” diameter chromed locking bolts on three sides of the door and hardened steel pin lock system. ThermaBlock fire insulation provides 1680° F/90 minute fire protection. Available with either a new automotive-grade gloss black or rugged textured charcoal finish, the Hell’s Canyon Extra Wide safe features a three-spoke black chrome door handle and beige fabric interior. A premium DPX Storage System with Quick Access Barrel Rack and Scope Saver is also included, along with Axis adjustable shelving with Pistol rack. Total long gun capacity is up to 65 long guns depending on gun sizes. The new Hell’s Canyon Extra Wide Safe is 60” tall x 56” wide x 25” deep with a weight is 1,055 pounds. The black gloss model with the S&G mechanical lock sells for a suggested retail of $3,619.00. With the S&G electronic lock the suggested retail is $3,689.00. Suggested retail for the textured charcoal model with the S&G mechanical lock is $3,249.00 and $3,319.00 when equipped with the S&G electronic lock. For more information on Browning products, please visit the website at www.browning.com. Industry News. What are you seeing here? Just as the tagline reads — industry news. This is a product (or service) announcement. It is not an endorsement. It is not a review. It is not an advertisement. Posts on RECOILweb.com labeled as Industry News are advisory notifications only. Information contained therein is likely provided by the individual manufacturer (or service provider), provided to RW and passed along to our readers as a notification only. Such articles do not represent our tacit approval, nor (unless labeled SPONSORED) were they paid for. RECOIL publishes not just for a fraction of the gun-owning community, but all of it. Individual editorial staff member opinions are not the sole arbiter of what news we present. What one person derides, another will extol. One of RECOIL’s responsibilities is to inform readers of new products or services from manufacturers, training organizations, and the like. RECOIL readers have made it very clear this is something they want to see, and frequently. Some of those products will be chosen for further coverage or evaluation. Some will not. Some may have great promise or potential. Others will do nothing but prove the old adage, A fool and his money are soon parted. Readers should form their own conclusions, if appropriate. Rest assured if a member of the RECOIL staff is providing an opinion, you will know about it. If you are aware of a new technology, product, or service you think is worth us passing along, reach out to RECOIL@enthusiastnetwork.com with details. Explore RECOILweb:2010 Toyota 4Runner Trail Edition - Bugout TruckThe Mini Kit Mk-7 in A-TACS AU2000 Miles Across America On A Bike: How Everything Wants To Give You A Flat (Part 2)Soylent SHOT, What is SHOT Show?