8. Back side of door with back panel attached.
As usual for gun safes, there is no CKH in the panel.
9. Door thickness.
10. Panel removed. This is a 1-way boltwork, with four
door bolts on the opening side. Can someone answer
this question: why do so many gun safe makers
appear to believe that they can provide substantial
fire protection with sheet rock? A mystery, it is.
11. The lock is mounted VD. There is a spring-loaded,
square-shaped relocker running parallel to the lock.
12. With relocker detent plate removed, we see the
square-shaped relocker in the fired position.
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13. The LaGard swing bolt lock, turned around so we
can see the hole that was drilled through the lock
case, granting access for spiking.