First Look: Hornady RAPiD Safe
January 07, 2014
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.