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marufamin
07-31-18, 17:01
GunVault SpeedVault SV500 Gun Safe Review:

Description – Is the SV500 worth buying? Find out in our unbiased, comprehensive review.

This GunVault SV500 review will answer the most common questions about this product, including its efficiency and practicality. It’s quite popular true, but is it as good as people say?
This is not the only gun safe on the market today. In fact, there are a ton of gun safes to choose from. So is there anything about the SV500 that makes it superior to the others?

Review Summary

Don’t have time to read the entire review? To sum it up, the SV500 is an ideal safe for single handgun storage. It has a unique design but more than that you can put this anywhere and it will be within reach.

The biometric version (SVB500) records fingerprints quickly and gives you instant access. If you prefer a more traditional safe, the safe has a combination style available.

Pros


Easy to open
Discreet design
Reliable biometric mechanism
Holds most pistols


Cons


Longer battery life would have been better
Interior foam isn’t removable


The biometric feature is easy to use. The SVB500 also does a better job recognizing fingerprints compared to other gun safes. The safe opens even if you place your finger at varying angles so it doesn’t need to be exact. And yes, there is an option to disable the beep.

Another thing you can expect from the gun safe is the ease with which you can mount it. All the required hardware is provided so you’ll have no trouble getting the unit where you want it to bend

Final Words
Handgun safes are a dime in a dozen, but this safe is a step ahead of the pack. It is easy to use, dependable and looks good too. For quick access to your gun to keeping it away from your kids, the safe will suffice. I hope the Evaluation of GunVault Speed Vault SV500 worked. It is nothing fancy but it works.

Read The Full Article Here: http://solidandsecured.com/gunvault-sv500-review/

jesuvuah
07-31-18, 17:22
After my results with my older model gun vault, I will never buy anything from them again. My model had a huge design flaw, quickly broke, and they were not even willing to sell me a replacement part.

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marufamin
07-31-18, 17:28
Yeah, it's up to you, but you can buy from Amazon. I guess they accept returns and refunds. This item has over 2000 sales there and user ratings are also pretty good.

Stickman
08-01-18, 21:42
Why does this thread sound like the OP is making money or working for the company with this?

Second question, why did the OP decide to post this in this forum?

titsonritz
08-01-18, 22:00
Why does this thread sound like the OP is making money or working for the company with this?

Second question, why did the OP decide to post this in this forum?

It is funny you mention that, I thought the same two things yesterday.

jesuvuah
08-01-18, 22:07
Yeah, it's up to you, but you can buy from Amazon. I guess they accept returns and refunds. This item has over 2000 sales there and user ratings are also pretty good.Well, that may be true. It was a different model I had an issue with, many years ago. I was just out of warranty. They wouldn't sell me parts, nor service it. They suggested I buy a new one, which is laughable.

It still works great with the key, but that defeats the point for me.

I do believe they are under new ownership now, but either way, this company lost my business forever.

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marufamin
08-02-18, 06:53
Why does this thread sound like the OP is making money or working for the company with this?

Second question, why did the OP decide to post this in this forum?

I thought I could give a short review and get some response. Bad, good or anything else? Isn't this a review section? So I reviewed it.
PS: I don't work for the company, but I do work for Amazon.
I am not giving a direct link and saying "hey this is so cool go buy one" just gave a short review and only if someone is interested then he/she can buy it.
But I am not sure if I'm doing it the right way.

marufamin
08-02-18, 06:54
Well, that may be true. It was a different model I had an issue with, many years ago. I was just out of warranty. They wouldn't sell me parts, nor service it. They suggested I buy a new one, which is laughable.

It still works great with the key, but that defeats the point for me.

I do believe they are under new ownership now, but either way, this company lost my business forever.

Sent from my SM-S327VL using Tapatalk

Totally get the point now, Its okay :)

FAS1
08-03-18, 12:09
GunVault SpeedVault SV500 Gun Safe Review:

Description Is the SV500 worth buying? Find out in our unbiased, comprehensive review.

Read The Full Article Here: http://solidandsecured.com/gunvault-sv500-review/

Personally, I think you hurt your credibility with such a statement to start your review off with when you clearly are an Amazon advertisement and compensated so by the clicks.


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marufamin
08-03-18, 14:51
Yes, I Understand now, I should not do that next. :(

Stickman
08-03-18, 19:14
I thought I could give a short review and get some response. Bad, good or anything else? Isn't this a review section? So I reviewed it.






Forum: Stickman

All Stick's photo's reviews and thoughts in one place!



Here is the difference between you and I good sir. Everyone in the industry knows who I am, which is why I have a forum on a professional weapon site for my own reviews and topics. I would strongly encourage you to join the US Military and gain the valuable insights, training, and experiences which will be imparted upon you. After you leave the military, join a major police department and specialize with weapons, tactics, and armorer functions. After awhile, you may be asked to join one of the special teams, once you pass the tryouts, you will gain additional valuable training and insight. After all that, you may be tasked as a TL, where you will have even more fun. Between the two uniforms, you will see sights and smells unlike anything you ever thought you would see, but you will find out not only what works and what doesn't, but you will also find out what makes people work.

After or during the above, become an instructor. A GOOD instructor, not just a clown who reads a book or presses power point buttons. Become the instructor with a firearm who can read people, not just in their ability with a weapon, but with the way they are thinking so you can aid in imparting a mindset to those you teach.

While the above is good, it takes years and years to become a good instructor. However, it takes DECADES to become one who can read and work with all sort of people at an individual level. I have found martial arts is a good way for persons to learn, and work with others. Add in to the above a few (3 or more) decades of teaching martial arts just to help you be well rounded. In working firearms and combatives, it is my firm belief the instructor should be able to teach a multitude of disciplines, and weave them all together in the manner of a modern day Samurai.


The above may prove to be a bit difficult, and the amount of injuries you receive will be notable. I know of no one who survives a career in a grinder without damage of some form. However, that is part of the gift you are receiving.

Now we move on. The above experiences and training are not enough, because much like being a good instructor, you need to be able to impart your skills and / or knowledge to others. This means you need to be an effective writer, and you need to become good at photography. My suggestion would be to publish 10 or 15 local articles before hitting up a major magazine. Make sure both your images and written work is up to snuff! Once you are published on an international level, hit the forums for a decade or two so you get to a point where you know what people are looking for, and people know who you are.

Once you have done the above, you are more than welcome to join this forum and post. Once you are a known commodity with all of the above taken care of, you will be looked at as an Industry Professional, and will be able to post here while being held to a slightly different standard. Do that for a decade or so, and then maybe, just maybe the board owners will talk to the Staff and Admin and see about getting you your own section to post in. Personally, I wish you the best of luck as we always need good men in uniform out there doing Gods work.

marufamin
08-05-18, 16:02
Here is the difference between you and I good sir. Everyone in the industry knows who I am, which is why I have a forum on a professional weapon site for my own reviews and topics. I would strongly encourage you to join the US Military and gain the valuable insights, training, and experiences which will be imparted upon you. After you leave the military, join a major police department and specialize with weapons, tactics, and armorer functions. After awhile, you may be asked to join one of the special teams, once you pass the tryouts, you will gain additional valuable training and insight. After all that, you may be tasked as a TL, where you will have even more fun. Between the two uniforms, you will see sights and smells unlike anything you ever thought you would see, but you will find out not only what works and what doesn't, but you will also find out what makes people work.

After or during the above, become an instructor. A GOOD instructor, not just a clown who reads a book or presses power point buttons. Become the instructor with a firearm who can read people, not just in their ability with a weapon, but with the way they are thinking so you can aid in imparting a mindset to those you teach.

While the above is good, it takes years and years to become a good instructor. However, it takes DECADES to become one who can read and work with all sort of people at an individual level. I have found martial arts is a good way for persons to learn, and work with others. Add in to the above a few (3 or more) decades of teaching martial arts just to help you be well rounded. In working firearms and combatives, it is my firm belief the instructor should be able to teach a multitude of disciplines, and weave them all together in the manner of a modern day Samurai.


The above may prove to be a bit difficult, and the amount of injuries you receive will be notable. I know of no one who survives a career in a grinder without damage of some form. However, that is part of the gift you are receiving.

Now we move on. The above experiences and training are not enough, because much like being a good instructor, you need to be able to impart your skills and / or knowledge to others. This means you need to be an effective writer, and you need to become good at photography. My suggestion would be to publish 10 or 15 local articles before hitting up a major magazine. Make sure both your images and written work is up to snuff! Once you are published on an international level, hit the forums for a decade or two so you get to a point where you know what people are looking for, and people know who you are.

Once you have done the above, you are more than welcome to join this forum and post. Once you are a known commodity with all of the above taken care of, you will be looked at as an Industry Professional, and will be able to post here while being held to a slightly different standard. Do that for a decade or so, and then maybe, just maybe the board owners will talk to the Staff and Admin and see about getting you your own section to post in. Personally, I wish you the best of luck as we always need good men in uniform out there doing Gods work.

Hello sir, I want to apologize at the very beginning, I did not think that it would be so much big a deal, As I am new here, I didn't fully know how people communicate here or talk about any topic. I thought if I post something, people will ask questions and start conversations. There was no such intention to mislead someone or get any commercial benefit. I found this forum so active and talkative in the first place and wanted to draw some attention. That's all, and all those words you said above made me respect you, sir.

WillBrink
08-05-18, 16:47
Here is the difference between you and I good sir. Everyone in the industry knows who I am, which is why I have a forum on a professional weapon site for my own reviews and topics.

But it's the internet, so everyone's opinion is equal!