I've used a simple firesafe for years to keep my firearms locked up. Recently I purchased another firesafe which is larger and as it turns out is also waterproof. Yesterday I see a sticker on the inside lid which I had ignored previously that stated, *Not for Firearm storage* or words to that effect. Looking through the owners manual I read that all of this companys firesafes have insulation which contains moisture. Also, it says that the waterproofing rubber gasket may cause water to condensate on the inside of the safe. That's about the stupidest thing I ever heard of. Why not just hide your documents by taping them to the outside bottom of you toilet tank to protect them just as well from fire?? Anyhow, I've used the regular non watertight firesafe for 15 years to keep my firearms in without them rusting. Should I just yank the rubber gasket out of the new one or should I look for something else altoghether? I'd hate to have my Python re-blued from the Colt factory only to have the finish start rusting away while it's locked up.