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First Alert Portable Handgun or Pistol Safe, CA DOJ Approved

Item# 168-458897-AF | Model# 5200DF | Added on June 2, 2015 |
First Alert Portable Handgun or Pistol Safe, CA DOJ Approved
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Description
First Alert 5200DF Portable Handgun or Pistol Safe When it comes to safeguarding your pistol and ammunition in a highly convenient and altogether reliable safe, you can readily depend on First Alert to utilize a series of performance enhancing features that assure the absolute in peace of mind. Constructed out of an 18 gauge steel with black powder-coat finish, this First Alert Handgun or Pistol Safe includes an electronic keypad with programmable 3 to 8 digit no see pass code. The premier in theft protection, this safe also features a spring-loaded door locking mechanism that opens quickly upon entry of the pass code and allows for swift access to contents in the event of an emergency. The inclusion of a foam padded interior will protect your contents during storage. This First Alert solution to pistol safety also includes a steel cable (1500 lb test) and pre-drilled mounting holes to secure to the floor or shelf for added security. First Alert Portable Handgun or Pistol Safe, CA DOJ Approved is one of many Security available through Office Depot. Made by First Alert.
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