Preview: The Headrest Safe Co. Slide Bundle

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posted on May 18, 2024
The Headrest Safe Co. Slide Bundle

For the armed citizen seeking to discreetly secure a defensive handgun in a vehicle, the Slide Bundle from The Headrest Safe Co. provides the ideal solution. As the maker’s name suggests, the system consists of two replacement headrests: The passenger seat unit opens to accommodate a slide-in mini safe large enough to hold a full-size handgun, and a matching companion, non-safe driver seat headrest provides a consistent look.

The system’s universal fit works with most two-post headrest systems, and its TSA-compliant safe, made from 18-ga. steel with a 16-ga. door, can be locked in place within the exterior headrest unit. The steel lock is quickly and easily opened using biometrics, a keypad or a hard key to allow rapid retrieval and convenient transport of the safe and its contents. The system features automotive-grade components, and the headrests comply with impact-testing standards.

No special tools are needed for installation, and no modifications to the vehicle are required. The Slide Bundle set is available in black, light gray, dark gray and charcoal colors in cloth or leatherette materials, and it comes with a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee.

MSRP is $599. For more information, visit TheHeadrestSafe.com.

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