Store your AR15 loaded and secure for quick access

Store your AR15 loaded and secure for quick access

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    Store your AR15 loaded and secure for quick access

    Center of Mass gun safes has a new model of the Shot Lock vault designed to keep your AR in a safe "Hot" configuration,will work on guns with or without optics
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    Looks like a pretty good setup, though are those hinges exposed?

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    That's cool but with no kids it's stored upright next to my bed. If I had kids this woud be a wise investment.
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    Looks like a good idea, for some, but I'd never trust the 'Digital Lock'.... ever.
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    This is interesting,looks like quality merchandise.
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    You can't trust digital anything.

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    It has a mechanical lock, not digital. No batteries.

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    I just picked up a shotgun lock out of a police cruiser last week. I was looking at the shotlock product however I could not part with the $160 after finding the santacruz lock for a mere $10! Sure I have to add a little work to refurb it however I have all the components now and I'm still under 20 bucks.

    http://www.galls.com/patriot-product...-for-partition

    Picked up the aluminum lock portion of this at a local pull apart.

    I agree with the above btw, mechanical locks only. No key over rides or electric locks.

    The back up key is almost always complete junk.


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    Quote Originally Posted by elmacgyver0 View Post
    You can't trust digital anything.
    From their website:

    No batteries used in these highly reliable mechanical locks!!
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    That looks like a good setup.We have no kids,so my AR is beside the bed loaded and ready.

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    These would be great for those with kids or untrustworthy / risky people having access to your house, when grand-kids visit, bad neighborhoods, etc.

    Still need a sidearm for daytime locations, Me & the wife are in the living room right now (doing Christmas cards) & we both have or sidearms within reach.... always do.
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    I will be picking one of these up. I kept seeing their version for shotgun, but always wanted to see something that was AR specific.

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    I had some trouble with the company a while back so I am leery of order any big items ( it was more a comedy of errors and I did get my money back but still I am not dealing with them for a while).

    That all said it this can be opened fast it would be good if you have kids at home to have something hard hitting on hand.. That all said if I had to get to my rifle ( if I had one that is ..) I would be in deep crap as by that point I would have probable but close to 45 9mm rounds down range so if something in 223 comes to play then I am truly in the deep .

    Still like the idea and good way to fast store guns

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    Ordering the shot gun one for my daughter. Looks like it might work out.

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