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As a safe cracker and locksmith I have been very reluctant to recommend any electrical locks for home gun safes. Why, because of their failure rate. I can now report that my attitude is changing in this regard. I have been watching and studying a new lock on the market that appears to have a better track record than most and are reasonably priced.

If it ever fails, in about 98% of the failures the problem can be fixed by a simple keypad replacement.

I don’t do work for them directly however I do lots of warranty & repair work for many lock and safe manufactures. I can say that once I have installed these locks I have not had a recall for lock repair or replacement. I was skeptical at first as the locks were new to me and the big companies were using them for replacements of what I thought were better performing hard/software.

The SecuRam products definably require looking at (researching) when and if, you start having problems with an existing electrical lock on your safe. They have many levels of safe locks from the simple to biometric safe lock system designed for commercial applications.

Here is the link to their website. I hope it saves someone some time and trouble in years to past. Look at the SafeLogic and ProLogic series for home and simple commercial/industrial applications.
SecuRam Systems, Inc: http://www.securamsys.com/
http://www.securamsys.com/
 

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I really like the Bluetooth option. A text message when my safe was being opened is well worth the price of it.

Thank you for posting this!
 
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