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Thread: Trigger Locks! Colt Canada AR15 MAG Locks!

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    Can we send an email to possibly have them make a version of the mag lock with a combo?

    If they did, I'd buy 2 right now (one ar and one x95).

    The cable locks are great, I LOVE having a combo vice a key. Like many others, I constantly lose keys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Rambo View Post
    These work in an x95?
    I usually bring my x95 with me when I go to gun shops.. I don't want to buy one with a key though, I hate keys, but if I see one in a store, I'll ask if I can see if it works with my x95 and report back here
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    Quote Originally Posted by tharkhold View Post
    Can we send an email to possibly have them make a version of the mag lock with a combo?

    If they did, I'd buy 2 right now (one ar and one x95).
    Me too I am moving away from trigger locks. Right now I have Franzen cable locks on my AR and would move those to other guns for a combo.
    The problem with keyed alike is if you lose the keys you lose them to all of your guns using the keyed locks

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    Quote Originally Posted by rikkards View Post
    Me too I am moving away from trigger locks. Right now I have Franzen cable locks on my AR and would move those to other guns for a combo.
    The problem with keyed alike is if you lose the keys you lose them to all of your guns using the keyed locks
    Additional bonus for combo locks: when you ship a gun you can lock it and send the combo to the buyer!
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    Here is an online review:

    Kyle Defoor talks about Mindset:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vPCqMo9TCg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wendell View Post
    Here is an online review:


    Every gun lock is fairly easily broken/picked... doesn't matter if its combo or key.

    If I wanted to steal a gun, I'd go for the ones with cable locks first... bolt cutters will take care of them real quick. How do I know? I lost both keys to one of them and, you know the rest!
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    I would assume it works on a X95???

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    The sad reality is locks,gates,fences,and safes are for honest people.

    Thieves always find a way (unfortunately).



    Quote Originally Posted by tharkhold View Post
    Every gun lock is fairly easily broken/picked... doesn't matter if its combo or key.

    If I wanted to steal a gun, I'd go for the ones with cable locks first... bolt cutters will take care of them real quick. How do I know? I lost both keys to one of them and, you know the rest!

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    For me it isn't about thieves, it is keeping it safe from curious small fingers. Thieves will get what they want and make it work.
    It is just like the club and locking lug nuts. Both are very easy to circumvent.
    Last edited by rikkards; 02-13-2018 at 02:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tharkhold View Post
    Every gun lock is fairly easily broken/picked...
    If you watched the video, you'd hear the reviewer say the same thing.

    You'd also hear the reviewer say that this might be the best commercially-available AR lock on the market.
    Last edited by Wendell; 02-13-2018 at 01:25 PM.
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