GunVault’s Biometric Lock

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The latest generation of Quick Access Safes for home defense firearms are available with Biometric Locks which read your finger prints and instantly release the lock so that you can access your gun without any codes, keys or more more complex actions. In this video, Rob Pincus goes over the features of GunVault’s most advanced biometric lock. GunVault uses advanced technology to make efficient and reliable access to your secured gun as simple as a swipe of your finger.

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9 Responses to “GunVault’s Biometric Lock”
  1. Steve

    I bought a biometric GunVault earlier this year. It worked perfectly for me, an adult male, but my two daughters and wife were only able to open the safe about 10% of the time. Obviously, this would be unacceptable for a home defense situation.

    I returned the biometric GunVault and have the old-school four button kind. It works perfectly and there is no risk of misreading a fingerprint in the critical time of need.

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  2. Steve Wilkinson

    I really like this vault. Can you tell me the model number or something so I can identify to shop around and buy one? Do you know a good place to buy one online? Thanks…great videos.

    Steve

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    • Monica

      Defensive lines pressure the qtrauerback and try to stop running backs at the line of scrimmage. On a pass rush, the linemen try to get to the qtrauerback as quickly as possible either to get a sack or to rush the pass. If they can’t get to the qtrauerback, they try to get their huge paws in the air to bat down the pass.On a running plan, linemen try to get off of the offensive-line blocks so that they can keep the running back from gaining more than two or three yards.In division one college football, almost every defensive lineman is over 270 pounds, and many weigh over 300 pounds. Most are between 6’3 and 6’7 .

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  3. Pete P.

    Interesting video.
    I have read many reviews regarding the inability of these units to operate consistently and without fault (which you don’t want to happen when you need access the most). Mr. Pincus explains that these are the NEW improved units and operate much better and consistently.. how can you be sure your are purchasing the newer units?

    I have also heard the documentation/instructions included with GunVault leaves much to be desired. Does anyone know if this issue has been resolved?

    Thanks Mr. Pincus… excellent review of a product I have considered but had not acted upon due the problems reported with the fingerprint scanner reliability.

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    • Amine

      def. lines try to stop all forward motoin of the ball by the opposing team. if your trying to play ball at college, start working out now. some linemen have been as big as 350 (almost all hard muscle) and have been as tall as 6’7 -and taller.

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