I had a thousand pound safe arrive today and it took four people on a dolly to get it up our inclined driveway. So once we got this safe 6 foot high safe into my garage the hard part was getting it off of the crate it came on. So we took these two pieces of pvc pipe and rolled it off the crate and prayed we could hold it at angle while kicking away the crate. It went pretty easy actually! Decided to use my old safe for storing ammo. So I bolted it to the ground right next to my new safe. I have so much room now for storing stuff in it going to have to find a excuse to purchase some more rifles. Spent a lot of time and research picking a safe but went with this one because of the 7 gauge steel thickness and I like the fact all the moving parts are clearly shown and not covered like other safes, so you know exactly the quality you are getting. Stuck a couple of lights in there with motion sensors. And also a couple of alarms that detect any kind of vibration just for a little added security in case anyone bangs on the safe. Tested them and they work great. No crow bar is getting in there. Have not one of these kinds of locks since I was kid so it took a little while to get the hang of using one again.