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Personal Defense Service
12-06-2010, 12:52 PM
Model: PBS-001 by LockSaf

The LockSAF PBS-001 is designed to protect and give quick access to your firearms and valuables. Easy to program and use, it takes one press of a button and a programmed fingerprint to open. The PBS-001 is made with 9 gauge steel which is twice the thickness of other products to provide a strong tamper-proof box. Four pilot holes in the bottom panel make it easy to mount inside a drawer, a wall, or to any flat surface. This added feature secures the safe and helps keep it out of harmís way or from unwanted curiosity.

Although hardware is not provided, the unit will take any bolt up to 10mm that can easily be purchased at your local hardware store. Bolt length is dependent on the mounting surface. Additionally, the flip top provides easy access without being hindered by an enclosed space. The interior dimensions will allow storage for items up to 12 inches or 30 cm in length. The PBS-001 fingerprint recognition window is located on the front panel of the safe. Each unit requires and is provided with a standard 9V battery that is located within the same panel under an easy access cover.

All LockSAF products come with a 30 day customer guarantee and 1 year limited warranty. If you are dissatisfied at all within the first 30 days after purchase, please feel free to return the safe and receive your money back. Every PBS-001 is guaranteed against manufacturing defects for one full year.


355mm (W) X 260mm (D) X 116mm (H)
13.98 in (W) X 10.24 in (D) X 4.57 in (H)
10 kg or 22 lbs
9 Gauge/3mm Steel
4 pre-drilled mounting holes
Non-volatile memory for up to 10 fingerprints
Foam padding
(1) 9V battery
(2) Mechanical keys

Lab Results
California Department of Justice Approved Firearm Safety Device, Official Lab Test Results

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12-06-2010, 3:48 PM
watching your video raises this question in my mind: how long does your screen door have to be rated against a determined pounding in order to give you time to open this safe?

12-06-2010, 3:59 PM
or when the batteries die.

12-06-2010, 5:24 PM
Yeah, seems to take a real long time to open.
No thanks.

12-06-2010, 8:33 PM
The video I watched on youtube it took 3 seconds from the time they pushed the activate button. An eternity when faced with a threat, but I don't think any other lock can be opened as fast.

I wonder how these compare to the gunvault?

12-07-2010, 1:04 AM
i have a basic mistrust of any gun lock that is electronic, battery operated.

this does look impressive though....

12-07-2010, 1:08 AM
extended warranty would be a must imo.

12-08-2010, 3:09 PM
GUNVAULT has been making user-programmable/keyless entry pistol safes for over 20 years (and BioMetric's for about 5-6 years now) and they have never failed me. Plus, they are almost 1/3 the price of these.;)