Sentry brand safes are NOT secure at all. Fire Safes really aren't the place to hide jewelry and really expensive items, but damn, this was way too easy.
So I have a SentrySafe 1100 lock-box/Fire-Safe. I used it to hide all my illicit drugs, lighters, etc. Anything I don't want my mom to find is in there. She doesn't know I have one, and neither does my dad. Well, a couple months ago, I was over at his apartment chilling. He left to get some ice cream (yummm) and took my car. He also has a SentrySafe lock-box, though his is much older than mine. He saw my safe key on my keychain, and took it thinking I had a key to his lockbox. I didn't want him to know I owned one, so I told him I don't know I came across the key, and always wondered what it was for. Well... I had a fairly decent amount of weed in that lockbox. I wasn't ever able to get it out, and I never bothered with trying to replace the key.
I looked it up online to see if anyone else had done it, and I found this:
I did almost exactly that, though it took more along the lines of 15-20 minutes. I didn't use another paperclip for the tension; instead I used a flathead screwdriver.
(the first pic has the tools I used. It was a guitar-shaped paperclip. )
In the second pic you can barely see the marijuana seeds I'm gonna be growin' soon.
In summary: I picked the lock on my SentrySafe, and now have weed to smoke.