An eleven year old removes three popular trigger locks from a rifle http://video.security.org/gunlock_alert/gunlock-zev.wmv Security vulnerabilities of gun cable locks http://video.security.org/gunlock_alert/gun_cable_locks.wmv The Master Lock Model 106 can be easily compromised http://video.security.org/gunlock_alert/master_doj_trigger_lock.wmv Many gun trigger locks are not secure. They can be removed easily from a weapon http://video.security.org/gunlock_alert/gunlock_200.wmv The DAC gun lock can be removed with a straw from a weapon http://video.security.org/gunlock_alert/dac.wm
Armatic LPL pistol and RFID Watch 1. They both require batteries enough said! 2. The gun has a light indicating the status of the gun! It also lights up your face giving the intruder something to shoot at. Plus it destroys your night vision. Vs Safety Bullet
1. No batteries - no lights - no watch needed 2. I am sure it is a lot less expensive
1. Pressure sensitive grip - reads your finger prints
- To see how that would work in the real world down load the finger print app to your phone. Now under a crises situation you are probably going to sweat. So put a drop of water on your finger and see if it will read your finger print.
- now try it with some ketchup to simulate blood
- now try it with a dead battery.......
The Safety Bullet
No finger prints required No pressure plate required Works if your fingers are sweaty Works if your fingers are bloody No battery to go dead when you need them
Grab your gun, rack these out and the gun is ready to fire.
Keep the ideas coming at least your trying!
The Safety Bullet
Product review of the Safety Bullet by Lieutenant Edward O'Leary Randolph MA Police Department First Vice President Massachusetts Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors & Armorers Association 20 Year Member International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors
I give the Safety Bullet my absolute highest endorsement! I think it is the newest and best product on the market today.
To read his full product review go to Testimonials on this web site. Along with numerous other professionals that all say this is the best Firearm Safety Device on the planet Period.
Cable & Trigger Locks
Copied from the Consumer Product Safety Commission web site
CPSC, National Shooting Sports Foundation Announce Recall to Replace Project HomeSafe Gun Locks The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) tested 32 gun locks - 16 trigger locks and 16 cable locks - and found that all but two models can be opened without a key."
·(View of man in lab coat with hammer and gun.) "When we strike these locks with a hammer, (he hits the lock 4 times), a few short blows and it knocks the lock right off." (View of the lock falling off of the gun.) (View of man with gun in one hand and a screwdriver in the other hand.) "We can use a screwdriver to pry this lock right off." (View of man inserting screw driver between the lock and gun and loosening the locks hold onto the gun Screen Reading: "Test: Trigger lock opened with pliers and a paper clip." Screen Reading: "Test: Gun fired with the trigger lock attached." Screen Reading: "Test: Cable lock split with cable cutters.
(View of man with another cable lock in his hand.) "With a simple impact, we can cause this type of lock to open." (Man strikes the cable lock on the top of a metal anvil. The lock breaks open.)
You tell me are they safe? Would you risk your kids life with one? That is really the Question
Think Bio - Metric Gun Safes are better?
Safety Bullet vs Other devices
The Safety Bullet
Cost $24.95 Internal Device 100% Guaranteed Time Required to get the gun to fire 2 seconds
Here is a simple test that you can use to determine if the Safety Bullet is faster than another Safety Device. Get out a timer. Now imagine its late at night and an intruder just kicked in your door.
First the other device. Push the start button and remove the lock now hit the timmer button again. How much time has passed?
Ok Safety Bullet time - push the timer rack your gun twice then push the timer. How much time has passed?
You have just seen how fast it is to get your gun ready to fire with the Safety Bullet. Nothing is faster or easier.
The 10 Commandments of Gun Safety
1. Know your chosen weapon. Be familiar with every facet of our gun. Thoroughly read the instruction manual supplied with your firearm. Study your gun inside and out. Make sure you know how to operate your gun safely and properly.
2. Safety first! You should routinely make sure that your firearm is in good working order and that the barrel is clear of dirt and obstructions. Quality ear and eye protection should always be worn when shooting or observing. Only use ammunition recommended by the firearm manufacturer, and always be certain that the ammunition matches the caliber of your gun.
3. Handle all firearms as if they are loaded. Don't ever believe that a gun isn't loaded until you see it for yourself. Whenever you handle a firearm, the first thing you should do (while keeping it pointed in a safe direction with your finger outside the trigger guard) is to open the action to determine whether or not the firearm is properly loaded. Make it a habit to check no matter what! It is always better to be safe.
4. Always point the gun in a safe direction. Never point the gun at anyone or anything you don't want damaged or destroyed if the gun goes off. The corollary to this is never entirely trust a safety device to prevent firing. In simplest terms: Never point a gun at anything you're not willing to shoot.
5. Keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot! Keep your finger out of the gun?s trigger guard and off the trigger until you have aligned the gun?s sights on a safe target and you have made the decision to fire. If you don't touch the trigger, the gun is unlikely to fire.
6. Know exactly what you are shooting at. Pay attention! Always be certain that your target and the surrounding area are safe before firing.
7. Never shoot at a flat, hard surface or water. Water might not seem like a hard surface, but its density makes it pretty dangerous. It has a tendency to allow bullets and shotgun shot to ricochet (glance off) and fly off in an unintended direction. Hard surfaces like metal, rocks, and hard wood can do this too - and they can even send the projectile back to the shooter.
8. Always make sure the firearm is unloaded and keep the action open except when actually hunting or preparing to shoot. When in the field or at the range, unload your gun and leave the action open so others can see it is not ready to fire. In active hunting or shooting you can load and close your gun. But always, always use your gun responsibly.
9. Always transport your gun in the safest manner. The transportation of firearms is regulated by Federal, State and local laws. Always transport your firearm in a safe, unloaded condition and in accordance with applicable laws.
10. Never mix gunpowder and alcohol! Firearms must be used with care. Never use them while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. You need a clear head to make proper decisions when handing firearms. When under the influence of drugs and alcohol, your ability to think clearly, act accordingly, and react to anything unexpected is severely impaired. So, please, don't drink and fire.