Unfortunately, it turns out the safe won’t fit in my fiancee’s condo (it’s also a bit too heavy for the floors), so I’m looking to sell it. Alas, I don’t have access to the ArizonaShooting classifieds forums, so I’ve listed it on Craigslist and here. The asking price on Craigslist is $1,200, but I’ll offer a Arizona Rifleman Reader Discount on the asking price of $100.
Here’s the information I’ve posted on Craigslist, as well as a picture of the safe.
If you’re interested, please don’t hesitate to contact me by email.
I have a Cannon C23 gun safe that I’m looking to sell. I bought it a few years ago when I moved into my ground-floor apartment, and am now moving to a second-story condo. The safe is a bit too heavy to move up the stairs, so I’m looking to sell it.
It’s in great condition, with no noticeable damage or marks. It’s been sitting in my closet since I purchased it, so it’s not been exposed to any sort of weather. The only wear-and-tear is from being used normally. There are two screw holes in the very back of the safe where I secured it to the beams in the wall, but they’re not visible from the interior unless one looks specifically for them. The fire-resistant seals are in excellent condition.
There’s a fresh, 10-year lithium 9V battery in the electronic keypad.
It has all the standard interior shelving (with gray cloth padding) that came with the safe. It does not have the optional door-panel pistol kit, nor does it have an electric dehumidifier (though I have used silica gel dehumidifier packets since I bought it, and have renewed them as they became saturated, so there’s been no appreciable moisture inside).
Weight: 620 pounds, not counting shelves. It’s probably safe to bet (no pun intended) that the total weight is closer to 650 pounds.
Dimensions: WxHxD: 30″ x 60″ x 24″
Color: Black, with gold trim.
See the Cannon website for additional specifications and details.
Important note: This safe is very heavy (~620-650 pounds). When the safe-movers came to install it, it required two men and a heavy hand cart (a heavy-duty “appliance dolly”, such as one can rent at U-Haul for a modest fee) to move. Their delivery truck had a hydraulic lift. I do not have the means to move it myself, so if you buy the safe, you are responsible for removing it from my first-floor apartment (there’s a small, 4-inch step down from the apartment to the sidewalk) and transporting it away. I would be happy to help you move it from my apartment to your truck, and to help you lift it from the ground into your truck, but if your vehicle is not equipped with a lift capable of lifting the safe, I strongly recommend bringing several muscular friends, as it’s unlikely that only two people would be able to safely lift it up into a pickup truck.
I need to sell it no later than the 16th of May. I realize this is short notice, but I had another potential buyer but that deal fell through.
I have the instructions for how to reprogram the electronic keypad, and you’re welcome to test it out to make sure the keypad works.
Conditions of sale:
– Local only. No shipping. No dealing with agents in Nigeria.
– Cash only. No checks. No money orders. No cashiers checks from Nigeria.
– You’re welcome to inspect the safe prior to purchasing it, but any damage caused while moving the safe out of my apartment to your vehicle is the buyer’s responsibility.