This high security 16 gauge steel security lockbox mounts under the rear seat in a 2015+ Ford F150 Supercrew Crew Cab. The full width formfitting design of the Tuffy lockbox has over 4500 cubic inches of lockable storage. It’s secured contents are easily accessed by flipping either or both of the rear seat(s) up and opening the corresponding lid(s). The unique design allows the full width to be used to stow firearms or other long items.
Featuring Tuffy’s Pry-Guard Locking System with a 10 tumbler double bitted security lock with built in weather seals. Chamfered corners are incorporated into the design making it easier to operate the seat releases as well as aiding passenger ingress and egress.
The innovative mounting system is only accessed from inside the box. When additional floor space is needed the entire lockbox can be removed in seconds without the need for any tools. Mounts inconspicuously under the seat out of apparent site of would be thieves. Is quickly and easily installed using the factory hardware without drilling.
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Don’t trust your glove box. Lock up your handguns in a Tuffy Portable Security solution.
By Julianne Cassidy.
A Florida couple were moving out of their home Wednesday when they heard a “popping noise” coming from their car. Inside, they found their 2-year-old boy — Kaleb Ahles — dead from a gunshot wound to his chest.
The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Offices said in a media release, “[Kaleb] had entered the vehicle at some point as the family was loading the vehicle to move out of the house,” My Fox Tampa Bay reports.
Ahles’ parents will not face charges because the gun was secured in the vehicle’s glove box compartment.
Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri says, “I don’t think anybody can punish these parents any more than what they’ve been punished. This is something they will carry with them and live with the rest of their lives,” My Fox Tampa Bay further reports.
According to My Fox Tampa Bay, “The sheriff said investigators determined the parents had taken ‘reasonable steps’ to secure the gun.”
The sheriff also confirms that authorities “are confident that the boy pulled the trigger himself because the shell casing was not completely ejected from the slide,” My Fox Tampa Bay details. “The sheriff says that would be consistent for somebody who has a weak wrist.”
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The new Conceal Carry Passenger’s Side Security Drawer provides peace of mind by giving you a convenient, hidden & secure place to lock up items that have to be left behind. Super Easy Install and an extra 324 cubic inches of lockable storage space!
Don’t Forget. We provide a key-alike install service to match your existing tuffy products.
Whether you are a hunter or a frequenter of the gun range, safely storing your weapons is critical.
A gun owner’s worst nightmare would be if their firearm were to fall into the hands of their children or stolen by a thief. The implications of improperly storing a gun are far reaching – that’s why it’s essential to have the proper storage products. A lockbox is perfect for a hand gun for a variety of reasons. Not only will this product keep a gun safely locked away, but it can also be conveniently mounted into a vehicle or somewhere in a home.
Gun owners no longer have to worry about safely transporting their gun when they have a lockbox mounted in their trunk. A lockbox is also designed to hold a gun and clip, making it small and easy to hide in a home. Children won’t likely be able to find a mounted lockbox in the basement storage room, much less access its contents if they do happen to find it. This innovative design makes storing a gun easy.
So what about opening a lockbox? Odds are an owner wants quick access to their gun, and lock boxes make it easy. With a pushbutton combination lock, any gun owner can get into their lockbox in no time.
This product is ideal for anyone who uses their gun recreationally, but it is also perfect for cops on and off the job. Considering police are put in so many dangerous situations on a daily basis, storing a gun in a lockbox will give them peace of mind. They can rest assured that a gun is safe and sound when it isn’t on their hip.
Those looking for leading lock boxes should check out Tuffy Security Products.
If you are a gun owner, there are few things as important as safety. Aside from keeping yourself and those around you safe from injury by following the local laws, rules and regulations, it's also essential that you keep your firearm secured when it is not in use. One of the best ways to do this is by keeping a handgun lockbox or safe in your home, vehicle or wherever you store your firearm. However, not all firearms are created equal. Here are some tips for picking out the best and most secure gun safe for you:
Buy the correct size for your needs
If you only own 9mm pocket pistol, it's unnecessary to own a safe the size of a medium-sized car when a smaller portable safe will do the trick. On the other hand, if you own a small arsenal, you'll need something large enough to store everything securely. There are a few extra considerations you should make when picking out the size of your new safe. Think about both where you're going to put it and whether you expect your collection to grow in the near future. If you have an entire section of your basement dedicated to your firearms and plan to purchase additional guns in the future, go ahead and pick something out that's a bit bigger than you need right now and fill it up as you pick up more.
Consider different locks
Depending on who is in your house and how concerned you are about someone trying to access your firearms, you may need a heavy-duty lock or just a basic one. If there has been a string of thefts in your area or you are concerned about break-ins, there are much more advanced options, including fingerprint scanners and other digital locks. Because these can get expensive in a hurry, in most cases, a safe with both a combination and key should do the trick.
Look at steel thickness and fire resistance
No matter how sophisticated your lock is, it won't do you any good if the steel of the body or the door is not strong enough. Avoid any metal that can bend easily, especially doors that aren't sturdy, as they can easily render the lock ineffective. Make sure the hinges of the door are on the inside so they cannot be tampered with. Aside from keeping others away from your guns, your safe should also serve to protect your firearms from fire and water in the case of an emergency. When picking out a safe, look for one that can stand temperatures well over 1,000 degrees – which is how hot your house will get if it's on fire – for at least a half-hour. Similarly, your safe should be water resistant in the case of a flood.