Combination trigger lock.
- Central lock
- 3 digit numeric combination
- Rubber pad to prevent scratches
- Fits most rifles, pistols and shotguns
- Made of hammered steel for maximum durability
Thought it seemed cheap out of the box. Numbers don't really "lock in" to let you know the number is set. Went to the range today and couldn't even get the lock off my gun. If it's on sale for $0.25 I would recommend a very hard pass.
Bought a couple on clearance and can see why they want to be rid of them. Set the combination on both. One wouldn't unlock after the engagement and the other was opposite as I could pull it apart regardless of the combination. I'm glad I tried them before using either on my firearms!
Get the $20 Masterlock version Instead
All of the negative comments are valid. I was foolish enough to think that this lock, which costs less than half of what a Masterlock does was going to cut it. It has metal spacing pins which don't fully retract and allow you to properly tighten the lock. Worse yet, is that the pins are metal - so they will scratch your gun in some fashion. The dial mechanism is utterly pathetic, requiring that you push on them (in unison) to unlatch. They never quite function perfectly, and you have to try several times (if you're lucky) to get the lock to unlatch. I didn't read these reviews before buying, but thankfully Sail has a good return policy.
Performed as expected.
Performed as expected.
Brand new shotgun scratched by the lock and lock wont work!
No peace of mind
I easily managed to pull it apart... It's going back.
Just bought one cause I had to transport recently bought Gund and these things are made really cheap. Everything is loose and moves and feels like it's easy to break off. Not a good option to keep a gun locked at home. Will only use this to transport my gun.
Pass on these
I bought three of these yesterday. All are defective or a have a design flaw. When you lock them, there is enough play in between the teeth assemblies that you just need to put a little pressure on the lever and the simply pull them apart. All 3 are the same. Have to be returned and should be pulled from sale. A huge safety issue.
It fell apart in my hands when I was testing the combination I just set. I wasn’t forcing it and even if I was I’m not a strong woman. Didn’t even get it on the gun yet. A lock which falls apart so easily doesn’t really lock, does it?
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