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First Look: Hornady RAPiD Safe

by Guns & Ammo TV   |  January 7th, 2014 4

New for 2014, the Hornady RAPiD Safe represents the future of personal firearm storage.

The safe weighs almost 16 pounds and is constructed of 16-gauge steel with a .25-inch steel dual locking lug system. It can also be secured to an immobile object with a 1,500-pound rated cable.

Hands-free access to the safe is possible with a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) device—three of which are included in the form of a keycard, bracelet and key fob. The RAPiD Safe pops open by quickly swiping one of the RFID devices.

In addition to hands-free access, the safe will also open with a personally-programmed keypad code or with a traditional lock and key.

Powered by standard 110-volt AC power or a battery backup, the safe’s electronics will operate either at home or on the go.

Interior storage space of 11 x 8 x 3-inches fits handguns with barrels up to 6 inches in length. It also includes a padded pistol compartment that flips up upon opening.

The Hornady RAPiD Safe is available now for $276. For more information, check out the following photos and a segment of Guns & Ammo TV.


  • got glock

    Who has 100 volts standard? Otherwise fool safe.

    • DustyG223

      Thanks for pointing this out, correction made to 110-volt. Maybe I need an electrician for copy editing.

      -Dusty Gibson
      Online Shooting Editor

  • got glock

    Darn tiny keyboard and lack of proof reading, “cool” safe

  • Thomas Reed

    It comes with a 110 v AC adapter and runs on 8 AA batteries; they should also include or make available a 12 volt DC cord for use in vehicles to save on the cost of all the back up batteries that are needed.

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