Opening and closing the FAS1 Safe.
Jimmy Graham with Duty To Act/CQD Denver explains why he chooses FAS1 Safe for his handgun and for handgun training classes he teaches.
Dual function supplemental lock enhances security and functions as a back up entry (if desired). It will let you in and also lock you out even if the correct code is entered on the primary push-button lock.
For your suppressed handgun. Shown with a Sig Sauer 1911 TacOps with an AAC Ti-RANT .45 silencer installed.
FAS1-MAX with carpeted interior. Same dimensions as the FAS1-Magnum but no holster. Shown with a few of my handguns so you can get an idea of the interior space. Also available in MAX XL.
Customer reviews and mounts his FAS1-TL handgun safe to his bed frame.
Review by Brian showing one of his FAS1 safes with his Ruger SP101.
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Showing that a Glock 17 size (8" OAL) gun is the maximum that will fit in this safe.
Active Shooter Response Training Center using a FAS1 handgun safe during this training exercise.
Customer modified his safe with a pistol rod in lieu of the modular holster and made a mini dehumidifier.
Some key features of FAS1 Safes.