In most ways, this safe is like many other top-loading, drawer-styled safes. The box is fairly sturdy, the bypass lock is a typical 7-pin tubular lock, and the safe has biometrics built into it.


My concerns about this device come down to the plastic fitting on its door and the bypass lock. The plastic fitting is essentially a toy gun, which is whimsical while also advertising the safe’s contents. If the idea behind having the safe is to minimize the possibility that someone will get hold of a gun, then calling attention the safe’s contents might not be wise. As for the cheap tubular lock, there are simply too many videos online showing how to open these locks. Manufacturers need to stop using them. This safe was examined November 19, 2019.




What you should know before buying a handgun safe.

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