Gun vault bio-fingerprint - hard to work?

This is a discussion on Gun vault bio-fingerprint - hard to work? within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Bark'n Mr. Murphy is my Co-Pilot. I plan for him to always be part of the equation. This is so true. Personally, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    Mr. Murphy is my Co-Pilot. I plan for him to always be part of the equation.
    This is so true. Personally, I would not trust my life to batteries, or anything that can fail without warning. Since I have no (young) children around, my gun is always within reach. At night it's in the mechanical push-button safe next to the bed, with the cover OPEN. My wife knows where it is at all time.

    If we have visitors, then I lock the box, but still, it's only a couple of non-electric push buttons to open it.

    That's my 2 cents.
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    I have a son and have wondered about this also. I had looked at the Biovault, but hadn't found anyone who had used one...

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    Pistol safes are like trigger locks, a good idea until you need your gun in a hurry. I keep my home defense pistol loaded and ready to go beside my bed. The rest of my guns go in a safe. The best safety device is training young children about guns and telling them not to tell or ever show their friends where your pistol is kept. I also would get a key lock for your bedroom door if you have children or an irresponsible adult living with you.

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    Thank you for everyone's replies. I had not checked this particular forum in awhile.

    I'm learning how to use it correctly by getting more fingers into the memory and using ones that are not so roughed up from sports.

    I admit I'm skeptical about keeping all of my defensive firearms inside it at night though.

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