“Those who don’t understand guns, should not design gun locks.” A-friggin-men! Partake this:FacebookTwitterMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Spread the love Post navigation Everything Progressives tough gets ruined – SoFla edition OR Stuck between a dumpster fire and a river of sh*t On Star Trek and foreign policy
4 thoughts on “Now that is a bad gun lock – Defeated by a Lego.”
Those who don’t understand guns, should not write gun laws… But here we are.
This is part of the conversation you and I have had in the past about how secure does it really need to be? How long does it have to protect the firearm from being taken?
If you don’t have the pointy thing, it is hard to remove the firearm from its location (Yes, still a shit product, you can load and shot it while it is “locked”)
But how much different is it to have the tool and to know how to use it? Is it any different from the bic pen trick for circular locks?
The question I’m asking is where do we draw the line about “difficult enough to stop the ??? type of thief?”
If we are talking smash and grab, that little thing would be good enough. If we feed that cable through the ejection port somehow, there are only three digits, that’s only a few minutes to test (or manipulate).
All in all, there is always a question of “When is the security good enough?”
If you watch the video he shows the cable is not long enough to go through the ejection port.
It isn’t long enough to go over the receiver and there is no way to feed the cable through the ejection port. It is a bad design.
Login or register to comment.