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omnitravis wrote:I want one of these so a small child or even someone without thumbs can get my gun and kill everyone. Get these the out of here, woot. These shouldnt even be legal...
What other things might you consider putting in a safe?
I'm just hanging out, really.
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inkycatz wrote:What other things might you consider putting in a safe?
NOTHING! If these safes are easy enough for a small child to open without a key, combo or matching fingerprint, I WOULDN'T TRUST ANYTHING IN THESE! OVERPRICED TIN CANS! Come on WOOT! what about quality???
I just keep buying more and more crap...
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Be careful which of these safes you get... they may not be as "Safe" as you think they are.
True. Most of these can be opened by placing a belt sander on them, some on their side with a belt sander. Tubular locks are easily defeated by first-time users of tubular lock picks, and the mechanisms for the finger-touch ID only have a few combinations (or can be opened with a coat hangar). Proven by DEFCON 19 video archives, DEFCON 20 demo (might be in archives soon)
Never wooting again. I've learned my lesson about inferior customer service and employees that illegally modify your signature (18 U.S.C. § 1029). Grow up, woot. (Edit of Mod edit: I am telling the truth about you modifying my signature to slander me. I am not attacking people. You dont qualify as "people" until you call me back and I hear a voice on the phone, then we can discuss how your employees are harassing me.) Still no response Since December 2010.