Certified by the California Firearms Agency. Has a DOJ-approved design. Takes up to 10 fingerprints. Sensor reads at any angle. Reading speed of 0.3 seconds provides fast access when needed. Resists water and dust to international IP65 standard.
On a few units, the print recognition has been temperamental. Size prevents holstering of sidearms.
Meets some state safety code requirements. 15-inch cable. Solid and strong quality. Simple and easier to use than trigger locks. Available for purchase in a 3-pack, keyed alike. A good value on an effective gun lock.
This lock is not weatherproof and should not be used outside for an extended period of time.
Fits most guns. Works on large handguns. Good quality construction and materials. Combination tends to work a little easier than others on the market. A good value.
These locks could be possibly pulled apart, even without the combination.
Compact device is easy to fit, yet it ejects like brass for rapid release. Gun-friendly materials will not damage barrel. Completely contained within the gun so holstering and handling are unaffected.
Product quality is inconsistent, and buyers have been critical of customer support.
Gun locks are available for all types of firearms. Locks are sold in a variety of sizes and styles. They include a secure locking mechanism, and as such, are virtually impossible to penetrate. Additionally, a gun lock's pin can be adjusted to ensure a secure fit at all times. Some locks come with a decoy lock to confuse kids and burglars. A lock may work with a key or require a combination to unlock it. For combination locks, it generally won't take long to set or reset the lock's combination as needed. Various locks are available that meet different state safety code requirements. A lock may even come with a cable.
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