Here in west Michigan, there has been a number of high profile firearms robberies in the past couple months that seem to have come up out of nowhere. Locations hit include: Cabelas, Dunham's Sports, Riley's Hardware, Bachelders Fine Gunbuilders, Silver Bullet Gun Store and Range. Yesterday I heard Cedar Springs location Family Farm and Home lost 89 firearms. Local LEO say it's connected with a teen gang in the area ( I think it was a new gang). They are looking for quick in out targets and don't seem to mind most security measures. There is no reason why they wouldn't hit a personal residence if they knew there was a good number of firearms. I keep my guns locked in a 14 gun capacity fireproof safe , pretty secure right? Except that if I could bring the safe in, someone could carry it out. Bolt it to the Floor? But I could loosen bolts and rip them out just by rocking it. Bolt it to wall and floor? Perhaps, unless they bring a crowbar. How about a larger safe with a wider base so it won't rock? Getting it in through the door Won't be easy, but that's the point. Still, if I can carry/ wheel it in someone else can get it out. A similar topic was covered in a business security conference I attended. It's often easier to remove the safe and break into it later at your own pace. The best option would be to store the bulk of my firearms in a safe room/ walk in vault. I will build one when I move out of a trailer and into a house, but until then, what can I do to better secure my guns, valuables?