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...anybody have any experience with the Stoc-Loc 10101?

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Or, does anyone else have a comparable alternative?

I have a four year old boy, so a lock is very important to me.

I want to mount it in my bedroom closet so I don't have to run across the house to my gun safe in my office.

Thanks
 

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...anybody have any experience with the Stoc-Loc 10101?

STOC-LOC



Or, does anyone else have a comparable alternative?

I have a four year old boy, so a lock is very important to me.

I want to mount it in my bedroom closet so I don't have to run across the house to my gun safe in my office.

Thanks
I don't want to rain on your parade and this is my opinion, but what's the point in having that if you already have a gun safe? If someone does break in I doubt you're going to be able to fumble around quick enough to get it unlocked in time.

Unfortunately, I also don't have an alternative for you. It sounds like you want to keep a shotgun at the ready, but not ready enough for your son. That's tough, but I don't want to see you waste your money on this.

The one other major problem I see about this is the lock. It appears to be a trigger lock. I don't recommend storing shotguns with one in the chamber anyway, but if that's how you keeps your now I would not use this lock. Never use a trigger lock with a loaded firearm.
 
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