Gun Safety and Biometrics 2

In the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy, there has been a lot of talk about gun safety and biometrics.  I must admit I feel a great deal of confusion about the entire subject but one thing I know for sure is that owning a gun is a huge responsibility.

There are several different facets to being a responsible gun owner but one thing is for sure, preventing the unauthorized access to your fire arm (or even the upper parts for AR-15’s)  should be first and foremost on the list. That can later be followed by adequate dry fire training to ensure that you land your shot right. A Biometric Safe is a simple solution protecting yourself and others from what is potentially a very dangerous situation.  There are several different Biometric Safes on the market that can suit just about any need.  Biobox’s range in size, from small to extra-large, and can fit several different types of small hand guns.  These safes are compact and easily transportable.  The most important feature of the Biobox is that it can only be opened with the fingerprint of a registered user or an override key.  This is where peace of mind comes into play.  Simply place your finger on the unit and in seconds it is opened.  In emergency situations, fumbling for keys or messing with access codes, is no longer a concern.  Each unit can register up to 30 users that can be added or deleted at any time.

For most people there is nothing more important than ones safety.  Owning a gun may add to that feeling of security, however, it can also be a safety concern.  Today’s biometric technology allows for gun owners to possess a fire arm with the feeling of safety and security all around.

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2 thoughts on “Gun Safety and Biometrics

  1. Reply Luc prepetit May 17, 2013 8:41 am

    Great post. You have described all the important points on how to secure our safety weapons from unauthorized access. I truly agreed with you because I am also using a gun safe and it provide best protection to my guns.

  2. Reply RJ Jul 5, 2013 9:19 pm

    Great post! I agree, with you but also truly believe that gun/firearm education is the best approach to gun safety. Also, all gun owners are responsible for ensuring that their gun is secure at all times. Whether it be trigger locks, gun safes, etc. It may be a bit early for biometrics in gun safes, but, there are a number of them out there that can secure a gun properly.

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