Product Preview: ShotLock HSV 200E Gun Safe

posted on November 6, 2015
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ShotLock, manufacturer of the Solo-Vault line of individual gun safes for shotguns, handguns and the AR platform, has introduced its new HSV 200E—a sturdy, electromechanical handgun safe that is easily installed in the home, under a desk or inside a vehicle. With internal dimensions measuring 9"x7¼"x2¼", the HSV 200E has space enough to accommodate most full-size semi-automatic pistols (including a Government Model M1911) with spare room for additional magazines, and revolvers with up to 3" barrels. The HSV 200E is constructed of 14-ga. steel and features a flanged, pry-resistant lid and a tamper-proof locking mechanism. Felt-lined internal surfaces protect the firearm, while six holes in the bottom of the unit allow for easy installation to any solid, flat surface. Four large buttons are used to input the (up to 10-digit) entry code. Powered by four AA batteries, the safe also comes with a low-battery indicator and an emergency battery backup for when the internal power source fails. The ShotLock HSV 200E can also be manually opened with one of three provided keys. Price: $150.

Contact ShotLock, (800) 852-0400;
shotlock.com.

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