Gun Lock Safety Tips

  • Always push the cable into padlock until it locks securely. After removing the key, tug on the cable to ensure the connection is secure.
  • Do not work the firearm’s action with the lock in place. This may damage the lock and/or the firearm.
  • If the lock’s plastic coating becomes damaged or separated from the steel cable or the lock face, replace the lock.
  • Keep cable and lock outside of trigger guard at all times.
  • Store key to the gun lock and the firearm separately. Be sure to store the key in a location inaccessible to unauthorized persons, particularly children.