View Full Version : California approved handgun safe
A. F Medic
04-11-2012, 09:14 PM
LiveLeak.com - California Approved Handgun Safe (http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=34a_1317870586)
OK, so that's how it works. When will these be on sale and for how much?
It is a shame that the response time from the company "managing" your gun access is so slow, but these things happen I suppose. The People's Republic of Kalifornistan has certainly made huge strides in protecting the rights of those involved in the burglary trade with associated skills in murder and mayhem. The homeowners were just collateral damage in an ongoing struggle to balance the rights of the homeowners and those plying their trade in thievery and violence.
04-15-2012, 10:50 AM
Living in California I can say if it weren't so close to reality it would be so much more funny!
04-15-2012, 03:27 PM
Yeah, I agree with Mr. Hollinger, and having been in a similar situation, I am truley thankful we don't have any of those devices in Alabama yet. I would have thought having polititions like "the Outlaw Jose Whales" and "the Terminator" things would not have gotten that bad over there on the west coast. (I'm NOT making a political statemnt), i'm just saying you know... I thought those dudes where cool... until finding out how different it really is over there.
04-15-2012, 04:36 PM
No you misunderstood it this IS a German proofed handgun safe!!!
04-15-2012, 05:12 PM
Sorry dude, when I saw "california approved" in the headline I only assumed it was directed at them... Some have even refered to it as KALIFORNIASTAN, or some darn thing, a kind of, I dunno... personal statement of sorts, that I suppose only the locals would truely understand.
04-30-2012, 02:13 AM
The only gun "safe" I have is on the slide don't need no steenking phone call to get it ready to shoot.:rolleyes:
In trying to take care of everybody The "People's Demokratik Republik of kalifornia is determined to make the workplace safe for the criminals.
The only CA approved gun safes I have seen were .25" steel plate. After you put you guns inside, a state approved contractor welds the door shut. This has proved to be a wonderful program as accidential shootings with guns stored in such manner has dropped to zero.
05-03-2012, 12:24 AM
I am dissapointed.
Tom in N.J.
05-03-2012, 01:24 PM
WOW! How did the boys in Trenton, NJ not implement a system like that in New Jersey?.. $14.00 per contact... almost as good as the $16.05 they charge to do a dealer NCIC check on the sale of a firearm....And they can close at 4:00 PM and on weekends and holidays!!... Sure would stop a lot of "on the job" shootings.....(crooks jobs).
When I saw the CA approved I figured it was a 55 gallon drum filled with comncrete and the weapon in the middle.
05-09-2012, 07:04 AM
How did the crim get access to his handgun?
Did he have an earlier model safe?
I am sure that there is a lawsuit there somwhere!
The security people remotely opened the box after the the perp killed them with his own gun that wasn't locked up.
What do you call a bus full of lawyers going over a cliff ---A good start.
If that bus has one empty seat---A darn shame
05-12-2012, 10:49 AM
Isn't it amazing how over the past 30 plus years social engineering has been so successful in convincing people just how dangerous guns and their owners are.
I hope my statement is not taken as political , it is only meant to be "social engineering' in nature.
TDH, one of my best friends is a lawyer, I contintually "hammer" him with a quote like yours, only using the bottom of a local lake as the final destination.
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