Why would you need a GFCI in a gun safe OP, regular, non GFCI outlets are about $2 at the hardware store. Along with a box, you could fairly easily make one for less than $10. It won't be as pretty as what you posted, and will require a little effort on your part (and perhaps a tiny bit of electrical know-how, just enough to not fry yourself).
Your safe protects more than just your guns, and now your important documents have a place of their own thanks to the Browning Safes Axis Vertical File Holder.Meant to ensure organization alongside maximum security, this File Holder from Browning Safes allows you to hang a wide assortment of file folders in your safe, providing options for a variety of different kinds of documents.
Security at your fingertips, the all-new biometric keypad safes by Barska are now available in 4 different size models. These safes feature three secure access methods; BioSecure quick access biometric fingerprint scanner, 4-digit keypad and a mechanical key that is located discreetly in the center of the locking safe module.
Browning has been the industry leader and innovator in gun safes for over 27 years. In fact the AR34F leads in ground breaking innovation and is the first Tactical gun safe ever.
The hardest part about changing the battery in a digital safe is finding where it is. But don't worry, it's not inside. The battery compartment is under the keypad, and has a little tiny hole for removal. If you don't have a jeweler's screwdriver that is small enough, you can use a straightened-out paper clip. The battery is a 9 volt.
Browning's Dry-Zone Moisture Reducer provides instant protection from moisture/humidity. It absorbs moisture without electricity, and is rechargeable in an oven. One 500-gram box protects up to 37 cubic feet of enclosed space, about the volume of a standard 30" wide safe.
If you are the owner of firearms then you know the importance of keeping them safe and secure. One of the best ways to do this is to purchase a gun safe and always store your guns in the safe when they aren’t in use. While your guns are safe from fire and misuse while inside the safe, they can succumb to another danger – gun safe humidity.