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Discussion in 'Training & Safety' started by TankTop, Jul 3, 2016.

  1. TankTop

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  2. primer1

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    It is definitely interesting and appears to be an original idea. Buy one and let us know how you like it.
     

  3. FAS1

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    What features have your attention?
     
  4. FAS1

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    Well, the features that got my attention is that it needs a battery to operate. Not a good feature in my opinion for your HD gun. Initially I thought the lock itself was mechanical, but it does need the battery too.

    Also, you can't keep a round chambered and it takes two hands to operate.

    I want my HD gun stored where little Johnny can't play with it at all. If you aren't near your phone or you are in a noisy environment, you might not even hear the alarm if the gun is moved. I bet a screwdriver will break that connector post right off especially if someone is not concerned with scratching the slide. I might be wrong since obviously I haven't seen one in person, but it must be a hollow tube since something has to actuate the bullet shaped part to lock onto the inside of the barrel.
     
  5. JimRau

    JimRau Well-Known Member Supporter

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    The easiest, simplest, and least expensive way to make a handgun safe, loaded or unloaded, is to simply place a common paddle lock through the trigger guard BEHIND the trigger. I have been teach this method for MANY years. There are a few guns this practice will not work with, but only a few! :)