Strong & Secure
The OG line combines robust steel with mounting options for maximum protection
Safes are theft deterrents. Properly mount it for added security
Kaynine Safes can stand up to intense heat and direct flame impingment
Why Choose The OG
The “OG” line is made entirely of ¼” steel, with the body being formed out of one piece of metal, thus eliminating soft spots and seems. Each Safe comes with 12 active 1” thick Stainless-Steel hand-crafted bolts and a custom relocking system. There are four (4) bolts on each vertical side of the door, two on top and two more on the bottom. While most companies rarely sell a ¼” model, this is our base thickness, and it only goes up from here.
The OG Features
OG safe models vary in size and are completely customizable
1/4" steel offers protection against theft and 30 minutes of fire protection.
Formed from a single piece of metal to eliminate soft spots and seams.
Fire rating is based on steel thickness and interior construction. Go with stock protection or upgrade.
Choose the options you want from color to dials, handles, interior layout lights and more
OG models come with 12 ACTIVE 1” thick stainless-steel bolts, machined in-house!
If the interior lock is destroyed, the re-locker engages, and the door requires a locksmith (and detailed instructions) to open
Fire Lining Specifics
We take our fireproofing seriously and never cut corners. We offer one and two-hour additions. There are many misconceptions in the safe industry when it comes to fire lining. Buyer beware, if a safe's interior has more fireboard than metal - it offers minimal fire protection.
Check out our "What To Look For When Buying A Safe" checklist to be sure you get the best safe your money can buy!
The OG Line
The following models are available in The OG line by Kaynine Safe Co.
All our gun safes are manufactured in Fresno, CA, USA
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Frequently Asked Questions
Steel thickness is an important consideration when choosing a safe because it affects fire & theft protection and the weight of the safe.
Kaynine Safes are built with a standard steel thickness of a quarter inch (1/4") and we offer options up to one inch (1") thick. Note: thick, robust steel is not commonly used by many safe manufacturers, as it can increase the weight of the safe, which affects production costs and shipping.
Safe manufacturers that use thick steel are proud to display that information. If the steel thickness of a safe is not easily found, it's not important to them, or they don't want you to know. Kaynine Safes are built standard with 1/4" steel (upgraded thickness available).
Our safe bodies are formed from one single sheet of steel, which increases the strength of the body. Beware of companies that use multiple, thin gauge layers pieced together to form the body.
Does the weight of the safe mean that it was made out of thick steel?
No. Safe weight can be manipulated by using materials that increase the weight without using thick steel. Example: composite doors appear 4-6 inches deep, but they are mostly tubing with filler to give the illusion of a thick, secure door. Kaynine doors are solid steel, heavy, and provide unmatched protection.
Yes. Kaynine Safes come standard with four ½" predrilled holes on the bottom end cap. Customize the location of your predrilled holes by requesting the change when ordering.
ABSOLUTELY NOT!!! We are proud to be AMERICAN-MADE! All Kaynine Safes are fabricated in our plant in Fresno, CA.
The short answer is YES! However, industry standards change often, and some cities/states require more or less than others. If the information listed here doesn't fit your needs, we can design a safe that does in a timely fashion!
YES. We use the top-of-the-line Sargent and Greenleaf mechanical and digital locks. For more information on UL rating or questions about your lock visit sargentandgreenleaf.com
Yes. In fact, we offer so many custom options it's overwhelming when listed all together. Kaynine Safes builds can customize any element of a build. For specific requests and options, shoot an email or call us!
Yes, we have contracts with many out-of-state locksmiths and installers that can assist with safe, vault door, and cash drop installations.
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