A safe, strongbox, coffer, vault, trap, hidey-hole—you can call it what you like, but essentially you’ll be describing a secure box used for securing valuable objects against damage from fire. Throughout history, several companies boasted they had created the ultimate safe. A safe so secure, no one could break into it. Several crafty criminals proved them wrong; certainly not as many in the movies, but the message was sent that nothing is completely safe. Today, we do not look so much at how long it would take a burglar to crack a safe, as how long the contents would likely be damaged by fire.
However, there are exceptions. At times, you understand you will not thwart a determined thief for long, but you want an extra measure of security. For times such as these, GunVault offers the ultimate solution with its MiniVault, MicroVault, NanoVault and even a specially designed ARVault or MagVault.
Personally, I use the NanoVault the most. Concealed under your seat or in the trunk of your car using the included 1,500-lb. test security cable, the NanoVault will not prevent your valuables or firearm from being stolen. However, it will slow the potential thief’s efforts, which could easily make all of the difference.
The NanoVault also offers a way to remain compliant with local laws. For instance, you are legally carrying a firearm concealed and expectedly or unexpectedly find yourself about to enter a building where firearms are prohibited. You need to secure your handgun and simply leaving it in the center console or glove box is not enough. With the NanoVault, you can lock your handgun away and tether it with the security cable.
The NanoVault can be employed in many other places and ways. Your imagination is the only limitation. The NanoVault meets TSA airline firearm guidelines making it ideal for transporting your handgun when traveling. The small, discreet size makes it ideal for carrying in a briefcase or bag or mounting under a desk or in a file cabinet.
The NanoVault is offered in the three different sizes with varying features.
|Model||NV 100||NV 300||NV 200|
|Exterior Product Dimensions
HxWxD (including keypad and lock)
|1½ x 6 x 8¼”||1¾ x 6½ x 9½”||1½ x 6½ x 9½”|
|Interior Product Dimensions||1½ x 5¾ x 8″||1½ x 6¼ x 9¼”||1½ x 6¼ x 9¼”|
|Weight||2 pounds||3 pounds||3 pounds|
|Hold # of Unique Fingerprints||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|# of User-Selectable Access Codes||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Protective Foam Liner?||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Spring Loaded Door?||X||X||X|
|Audio Low Battery Warning?||X||X||X|
|LED Low Battery Warning||X||X||X|
|Interior Courtesy Light||X||X||X|
|Motion Detector With Audio Alarm||X||X||X|
|Computer Block Access After Repeated Invalid Entries||X||X||X|
|Security Cable Included||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Backup Override Key||Yes||X||X|
|1,500-lb. Security Cable Usable||X||X||X|
|External AC Power Supply||X||X||X|
|Battery Type & Quantity||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|California DOJ Approved||X||X||X|
What’s your experience with the NanoVault or one of the other GunVault products? Do you have an alternative concealment solution? Share it in the comment section.
Growing up in Pennsylvanias game-rich Allegany region, Dave Dolbee was introduced to whitetail hunting at a young age. At age 19 he bought his first bow while serving in the U.S. Navy, and began bowhunting after returning from Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm. Dave was a sponsored Pro Staff Shooter for several top archery companies during the 1990s and an Olympic hopeful holding up to 16 archery records at one point. During Daves writing career, he has written for several smaller publications as well as many major content providers such as Guns & Ammo, Shooting Times, Outdoor Life, Petersens Hunting, Rifle Shooter, Petersens Bowhunting, Bowhunter, Game & Fish magazines, Handguns, F.O.P Fraternal Order of Police, Archery Business, SHOT Business, OutdoorRoadmap.com, TheGearExpert.com and others. Dave is currently a staff writer for Cheaper Than Dirt!
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