Are Cannon safes easy to break into?

Are Cannon safes easy to break into?

Most gun safes are pretty easy to break into! Due to clever marketing and design tricks many gun owners have been misled into believing their safes are more secure than they really are.

Do Cannon safes have a key backup?

For added protection, Cannon Safes are not equipped with a key backup.

Where is the reset button on a Cannon safe?

1. After opening the electronic safe (with the preset factory code of 1 – 5 – 9 – #) locate the small red reset button on the inside of the door near the hinge. 2. Press the red reset button and then release it; you will hear a beep.

Do Thieves steal safes?

The most common thing a thief will do is steal the safe. Once they have the safe they can open it at their leisure, and the job is done. But if you bolt the safe to the floor then the thieves will pry the safe open.

How did I repair my Cannon executive vault?

I repaired the hole I had drilled in the door of the safe, installed a new lock and keypad, and moved the door seal strip to where it belongs, as in Figure 5. The safe now works beautifully, but I’d like to know more about the cause of the lock failure.

When was the Cannon executive vault door made?

The S&G Z02 RotaryBolt lock, the relock device, and the heart of the boltwork are shown in Figure 9. In Figure 10, the label on the edge of the door shows that this safe was made in the 2 nd quarter of 2004.

What to do if your gun safe battery is dead?

This is the easiest situation to remedy. Simply replace the batteries. The battery holder may be hidden in some way—often behind a logo plate or a numeric keypad—and you should be good to go. Some safes may just have external electrodes that you can use with a battery to open the safe giving you access to an internal battery case.

Why is the lock on my cannon vault not working?

Cannon had given me the management reset code that should reset the lock’s combination to 123456#. I used the code, but the lock did not give the confirmation beeps that I expected to hear afterward. I concluded that the logic in the lock’s electronics was, for some reason, not functioning properly.