California DOJ Approved
This device is one in a line of three pistol boxes sold by Homak Security. In all three devices, a solenoid is used in place of locking boltwork; the solenoid pin is the only “bolt” holding the door in place. Normally, in a solenoid-locked device, the solenoid pin is used as a “stop” to prevent the safe’s boltwork from being retracted until someone enters a correct access code.
These Homak pistol boxes are the only devices I’ve found that use a solenoid pin in place of proper boltwork for holding a door locked. This safe was examined September 30, 2015.