The main selling feature of this device is that the container is made of body armor-grade plastic. The device is intended for storing a handgun kept for defensive purposes in the home. However, because it is made of plastic, the lid is easily pried open beside the button for registering fingerprints, allowing an attacker to add an additional print to the system. In addition, the rubber feet in its underside can be removed, allowing one to insert wire to actuate the release. This safe was examined March 4, 2017.




What you should know before buying a handgun safe.

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