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gunlock

[′gən‚läk]
(ordnance)
Fastening device used to prevent a weapon from being fired.
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As of 2005, the Omega High-Security Alpha gunlock is now one of two out of 109 gunlocks originally submitted and is currently in the process of being approved by the Norwegian Defense Ministry for use.
The Omega gunlock saves lives and gives the gun owner rapid 2-5 second unlock-to-load home protection.
In addition to DAC forming its new law enforcement and corporate training company, entering the police equipment and high security safe markets, DAC is an outsource manufacturer of high quality gunlocks and security devices.
DAC Technologies offers a full line of gunlocks and the Police and Sheriff departments are recognizing that DAC has what they need at the best price available.
Dac Technologies has purchase orders to ship Savage Arms different types of its gunlocks through out the year.
OTCBB: DAAT) announced today the purchase orders and shipment of its gunlocks to Dan Wesson Firearms and American Western Arms.
The small, portable storage device from Mogul Security may sound like just one of the many other security products on the market, but it has some special features that make it more than a glorified gunlock.
SuperPawn stores in Nevada and Phoenix will give away one gunlock per customer while supplies last.
Since 2001, handgun buyers in Maryland are required to purchase a gunlock at the time they buy a firearm.
Then when customers are at the cash register to purchase a gun, we automatically ask them if they need a gunlock, hearing protection, eye protection, a holster and gun-cleaning equipment.
This increase is a result of our hard work in securing the gunlock business of several large gun manufacturers and continues as these gun manufacturers order our gunlocks on a monthly basis.