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A simple "U" shaped padlock shackle
inspired me to invent a shackle
more resistant to cutting,
thicker and horizontally configured. Then got
idea to use my patented stronger padlock with a Trigger Lock making a
gun less susceptible to theft or accidental discharge.
I received my Trigger Lock US patent 8,720,097.
My patented Trigger Lock is customized to fit your trigger guard
not any trigger guard as others do. Below padlocks and
computer lock shown below I thought when locked would stay
locked without a key. Big mistake after stumbling upon LDL
site below it appears 97.5% of keyed padlocks can be easily
opened without a key. Not good.
Do a Google search "Lock picking for
kids" or "How to pick a trigger lock". You will be surprised how many sites
are out there. Or
on youtube. While my Trigger Lock will stay locked using an
Abloy 362, Abus 37RK80 or Plus Series Brass 88 each lock is
over $100.00 until I got to thinking why not invent my own
now patent pending Padlock Securement Mechanism.
Lock companies selling trigger locks are misleading consumers
and governmental organizations by
not having a label showing: Warning: This trigger lock is
a toy keep away from children 6 years or older!
Pittsburgh Action News 07/15/2019
"Investigation finds some trigger locks easy to pick. One was picked by a 6-year-old."
Watch video very instructive.
Link to Undark
09/27/2019 "But many storage boxes and safety devices are
trivial to overcome."
It is only a matter of time before some legal mind seeks
liability damages from owner of a known easily picked
Trigger Lock sold by a lock company, local gun store, department
store, online or offered free from a Safety Giveaway Group
not having done fact checking or due diligence on how easy
it is to pick a trigger lock
07/23/2019 paying out $700 million "regulators said the
company did not do enough to protect the data and misled
consumers as to how secure it was."
to this site visitors from Shijiazhuang, Korea, Fuzhou, Shanghai, Surabaye,
Tel Aviv, Beijing and
Fujian a prototype is available for viewing, however I
will not show it to everyone at once. Email me if
interested to be on a list to see it first at same time and
others on list.
Next few pictures show my US Patent#8,720,097 Trigger Lock. This is not a Trigger Lock
like those sold
in market stores or given away free to fit any Trigger Guard as
if all Trigger Guards are alike. Some of these free or cheap Trigger
Locks can be easily hacked, picked or removed by a six year old
using a very simple to construct modified screw driver.
A Trigger Lock can save a life.
Extra cash in your pocket is extra cash in you pocket! A small additional cost for a custom made Trigger Lock
and pick proof padlock requiring your key to open will make you and
your gun happier. Spending less than $25.00 to maybe save a life
1 - US patent #9,603,446 &
#9,816,296 Security Anchor locking to Colt 45 using my US Patent
#8,720,097 Trigger lock and my US patent
Shackle For Lock System and Method using a chain. See on
2 - US patent #9,603,446 &
#9,816,296 Security Anchor secured to a Colt 45 using my US Patent
#8,720,097 and my US patent #8,640,507 Horizontal Shackle For Lock System and Method
my US Patent #8,640,511 Low Profile Lock Interface System and Method
and a Clicksafe though could be a Microsaver, Nanosaver or a padlock.
3 - US patent #9,603,446 &
#9,816,296 Security Anchor locking to a Colt 45 using my US patent #8,726,703
Low Profile Lock Interface System and Method with US Patent #8,720,097
Trigger lock using a cable locking device or like.
4 - US patent #9,603,446 &
#9,816,296 Security Anchor
secured to my US patent #8,646,294 Securement Locking Device secured to
my laptop using my US patent #8,726,703 Low Profile Lock Interface
System and Method and a Clicksafe or like.
5 - Easily secure Ruger .357
Magnum using laptop computer lock using US patent#8,720,097 Trigger Lock.
6 - Easily secure Ruger .357
Magnum using keyed padlock, cable or chain using US patent#8,720,097
7 - Easily secure Colt 45 using combination padlock with cable or chain using US
patent#8,720,097 Trigger Lock
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