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Gunvault mini vault gun safe
Comments: ROCK-SOLID CONSTRUCTION Outside is constructed of 16-gauge steel. Soft foam on the inside protects valuables. High-Strength lock mechanism performs reliably, time after time.
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GunVault MiniVault Handgun Safe - Standard(300803)
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GunVault MiniVault Handgun Safe - Standard - MiniVault Safes don't just protect pistols and valuables... they also alert you to invalid entry attempts.
GunVault MiniVault Handgun Safe - Standard - This safe features a motion detector with audio alarm to guard against tampering. If you've got children or other "security risks" around, this is the right call for strong, mountable, tamper-resistant protection.
- Rock solid steel construction
- Protective foam-lined interior
- Tamper resistant spring-loaded door
- Mounts almost anywhere in any direction
- Built in computer blocks access after repeated invalid keypad entries
- Precise fittings are virtually impossible to pry open with hand tools
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Today, I installed my new Gun Vault Mini "Standard" gun safe, which I purchased
from the local Sportsman`s Warehouse. It was packaged adequately, and had no damage or cosmetic defects when I removed it from the box.
The manual is pretty good, although it could be improved by adding more clarity on the subject of installing the 9V battery. The picture doesn`t help much, and the description left me wondering exactly where the attachment wires were. Since you have to be careful not to rip out the foam padding, it required feeing around blindly until I felt the familiar 9V receptacle and wires. Once the battery was snapped into the receptacle, it took soom trial and error until I oriented the battery correctly in the spring type holder. Everything else in the manual is clear, and you don`t need to slow down to figure anything out. You simply do what the manual says, it works, and you move on to the next item.
It is not easy getting the box screwed down to the mounting surface, but this is not a Gun Vault problem. Rather it is simply that there is not much room inside the Mini to use a tool to drive in the screws. If you are going to install a Mini, a 2" long screwdriver would be nice. My 3" would not work for any of the screws except the two that are used for a pair of keyhole slots, as they can be driven almost all the way down before your place the box, and this helps. Make sure you have some other options, a little ingenuity, and some patience. Or a ratcheting tool with a phillips drive bit at 90° and a stack up height of an inch and a half would be nice too. Or, if you have the room, get the Multi model, and you will have plenty of room inside.
Programing was easy. The door springs open quickly, and is a bit noisy if you let it swing open all the way until it hits the pair of rubber bump stops. Since your hand is right there anyway, it is a simple matter to catch the door with your thumb and quietly open it the rest of the way.
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