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bitbuster

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Post Sun Oct 29, 2017 11:42 pm

Military field safe

Purchased this Meilink military field safe at a live auction today. Safe was locked open, which was in my favor. The safe can be stacked (to other like containers) with help of built-in inserts on top and bottom. Pics describe what I did to get safe to work properly.

https://imgur.com/a/yER4Q
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jharveee

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Post Mon Oct 30, 2017 3:02 am

Re: Military field safe

Nice find!
I see these on Craig's list and e-bay occasionally. Priced around 85 to 150 dollars. I have a feeling you got a good deal.
What plans do you have for the safe now that it's been repaired? Back to the auction?
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bitbuster

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Post Mon Oct 30, 2017 4:51 am

Re: Military field safe

jharveee wrote:Nice find!
I see these on Craig's list and e-bay occasionally. Priced around 85 to 150 dollars. I have a feeling you got a good deal.
What plans do you have for the safe now that it's been repaired? Back to the auction?

I may keep it for awhile or list it locally, or might put it back in a local auction.
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FaCe33

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Post Sun Nov 05, 2017 7:59 pm

Re: Military field safe

Sweet find! How old do you think it is? What type of lock does it use? Reason I ask is I have a more recent version that I'm restoring and I was trying to get the history on them. Any additional info can help. If you check my posts under the newbies say hello section I believe there is picture of the model I came across.

Thanks for sharing!
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bitbuster

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Post Mon Nov 06, 2017 5:13 am

Re: Military field safe

FaCe33 wrote:Sweet find! How old do you think it is? What type of lock does it use? Reason I ask is I have a more recent version that I'm restoring and I was trying to get the history on them. Any additional info can help. If you check my posts under the newbies say hello section I believe there is picture of the model I came across.

Thanks for sharing!

Both questions are answered in print under photos 3 and 6.
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