GunVault Storage Safes - Your Choice
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You’re breaking character for a product that is not really all that hard to open.
How PC Woot. A GunVault Storage Safe with none of your own pictures with a handgun in it?
The Amazon factor. Sad
How can the 200 have a backup override key if all it uses is keys? I wish they have the 300 series.
Bought the NV300 series, with 3 digit combo last time. Originally not thrilled with small size 6.5 X 9.5, however, after smash and grab break in rampage in our normally safe neighborhood makes them necessary. We now store all small valuables in these safes, cabled to large furniture. These break ins are an epidemic according to our insurance company, they come in and in 10-15 minutes take anything small of value in sight.
Have the NV300, too small for any sizeable firearm anyway.
got three for gifts last time. friend has jeep thought it may be good idea to lock up small stuff. OMG the stench from the foam. Smells like Curry and BO
It’s not really a gun safe. I bought it and unless you’re talking about something tiny (think james bond makarov) it won’t fit.
Probably would hold my wife’s 380, but I think locked up guns are useless. We have an alarm. 2 dogs. Cameras…and CCW
Not 100%, but best we can do.
I have a couple of the 200s. They work well for what they are. I travel a lot and use them to either fly with my firearm or to lock it in the vehicle under my seat if my destination does not honor my state’s CCW.
One arrived without a key. GunVault’s customer service was top notch. One quick email exchange and they had keys on the way.
Well, James Bond carries a Walther PPK, modern style, not WWII style, in “9mm short” as the British say, which is .380. I have a Ruger SR9C that fits the 200 with 4 magazines, two of which are 17-round. My son has a 200 for his Sig 229 in .357 Sig and carries a .40S&W barrel and two extra mags in his. I am buying two today to have for my Rossi 461 in .357 Magnum and my Glock 23 in .40S&W. These are, easily, larger than even the “james bond makarov” and fit fine.
I have the NV300 and am able to COMFORTABLY fit a Walther PPS and spare mag. MY XD45c also fits.
It’s definitely something someone will eventually get open, but it should deter someone during a smash and grab in the parking lot. This is a pretty good price too.
One quick e-mail exchange? How did they know it wasn’t a teenage kid or a crazy brother in-law posing as you to get your gun? It scares me that any company selling safes is sending our keys based on email exchange, as I would think they would require info that you shouldn’t send in an email. For this reason alone I wouldn’t buy from this company.
Much ado about nothing.
Besides, what’s the protocol on what information should and “shouldn’t be sent in an email?” The implication here being that a terrorist group is going to intercept the crazy brother-in-law’s fake email?
I have the 200 and have been very happy with it. It keeps my Bersa Thunder 9 UCP, compact 9mm nearby but securable. It isn’t a “gun safe” or an inpenetrable vault, but it should keep someone from quietly or casually removing your compactish pistol from your vehicle. Mine is in my Miata.
good job on being part of the solution. we are the same, i trust my dogs the most. if more people were like us we’d not need as many laws or police.