Hornady RAPiD Safe

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posted on January 16, 2014
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Yes, Hornady's more known for its ammunition-but for 2014, the company's Security division is releasing a product that's designed to keep your favorite home-defense handgun secure: the RAPiD Safe.

The first firearms security system to use now patent-pending Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) for instant access, the RAPiD Safe can be access via bracelet, card or key fob. A personally programmed code and conventional key lock are also among the RAPiD Safe's options.

Built to exceed the ASTM International performance standards for youth resistant firearms containers, the RAPiD safe provides a high level of child resistance and unauthorized access protection.

Measurements:

• Exterior: 15½"x9"x3½"

• Interior: 11"x8"x3"

• Weight: 15.65 lbs.

To learn more about the RAPiD Safe, check out the video embedded below.

For more information, go to Hornady.com.

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