GOSAFE Magazine Locks Now Used By Minnesota U.S. Marshals Service

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posted on December 12, 2023
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Images courtesy of GOSAFE Technlogies, Inc.

The United States Marshals Service, Minnesota District, has purchased GOSAFE Mobile Safes for its personnel. The units are intended for the off-person security of firearms and allow officers to quickly secure firearms when vaults and other non-portable storage solutions are not available.

“The daily life of law enforcement professionals at every level is one that varies dramatically and often includes trips to courthouses, correctional facilities or other places where they cannot carry a service weapon,” said GOSAFE co-founder Mark Geist, a decorated combat veteran and law enforcement officer. “The response to the Mobile Safe from law enforcement agencies around the world has been extremely positive as they continue to see how this unique security solution can mitigate departmental risk and enhance public safety.”

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GOSAFE firearm security devices are available in two options: the Mobile Safe and the Mobile Mag. Both feature a unique, high-security key—multiple key storage solutions are also available—and are compatible with all holster varieties and generations of Glock. Models will be available for additional brands in the future.

They are available to the civilian market and law enforcement agencies, and fit safely and securely inside the firearm, in the same manner as OEM magazines, accessible only via a unique-to-user key. With the firearm locked in GOSAFE mode, there is no possibility of an unauthorized user intentionally or accidentally gaining access. The patented technology allows gun owners and professionals to go from loaded and ready to locked whenever and wherever they are. The firm’s products are already available at Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s stores nationwide, as well as on the company website.

“We are excited to be working with law enforcement agencies like the U.S. Marshals Service and many others as they go through their testing and evaluation process with GOSAFE products,” Geist said. “Agency buyins like these are a testament to the durability and functionality of the products and we look forward to announcing the finalization of additional agency purchases soon.”

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