Titan Gun Vault for Vehicle

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    Titan Gun Vault for Vehicle

    TITAN Gun Vault from Titan Security Products Inc.

    Does anyone have experience with this? The short video looks interesting.

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    It does look interesting. Especially the pop-up part of it. Also very obvious to anyone looking in the car. It would have to be bolted down, and a BG still might break in and do damage in an unsuccessful bid to go off with it.
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    "Excuse me Mr carjacker, would you excuse me for just a minute? I'll be right with you....... "

    No thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G96X0 View Post
    It's a video of still photos? WTH?! I want to see live use, speed of open an closing that unit.

    There are times I would like to stow my firearm for a while. But refuse to leave it a vehicle for someone to steal.
    It's the 25 second video you are looking at right when you link, no still photos?

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    I could make them a heck of a lot cheaper. Have to love capitalism.

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    The lock they use can be bypassed in under 60 seconds. It would be interesting if a biometric lock was used, though.

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    I have a Pathfinder and the bottom of the back seats lift from the back of the seat and flip forward. I keep a Center-of-Mass safe hidden there. I only use it on rare occasions where my sidearm cannot go into a particular building. Other than that, my weapon is ON my person.
    I do not like the visibility of the OP's suggested safe...OMO...but I guess it could work.
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    I would probley leave one in the vehicle empty and hide my gun elsewhere.

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    looks like flimsy garbage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dolphin View Post
    TITAN Gun Vault from Titan Security Products Inc.

    Does anyone have experience with this? The short video looks interesting.
    It took the lady about 20 seconds to get her 1911 out of that box. If a robber is at her car window she would barely be able to pull back the hammer on the gun, so to set the code.. load the mag.... pull it out is way too much work for the time you'd actually have in a emergency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRETTHARTT View Post
    It took the lady about 20 seconds to get her 1911 out of that box. If a robber is at her car window she would barely be able to pull back the hammer on the gun, so to set the code.. load the mag.... pull it out is way too much work for the time you'd actually have in a emergency.

    Its GARBAGE
    Actually it was closer to 6 seconds including inserting a magazine and cycling a round and all done in slow motion. So is your quote of "It's GARBAGE" based on your actual use of this product?

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    With all due respect, comments such as "Its GARBAGE" or "No Thanks" don't bring anything to the table. What would you two recommend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dolphin View Post
    With all due respect, comments such as "Its GARBAGE" or "No Thanks" don't bring anything to the table. What would you two recommend?
    No thanks.
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