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Top Brass Ammo Security Blank-it revolver lock.

The latest, and surely one of the easiest-to-use gun locks ever to hit the market goes by the name "Security Blank-it." The new product from Top Brass Ammo is designed for .38/.357 Magnum, .41/.44 Magnum, and .45 Colt revolvers.

The heart of the "system" is a cylindrical lock that prevents rotation of a revolver's cylinder. A plastic rod with a ball tip on one end is also supplied. Application is simple. Insert the lock into the breech end of a revolver cylinder and align the cylinder with the barrel. Poke the rod down the barrel and tap the end of the lock once (a small stick or pencil will also suffice).

Remove the rod and your revolver is secured from inquisitive youthful hands, unwelcome hands, or classic "unloaded" gun accidents. To unlock, simply poke the lock again and remove the device. No bothersome keys or memorized combinations are needed. Red colored locks are for .38/.357 Magnum revolvers and blue locks for the .41/.44 Magnum calibers and the .45 Colt variety.

Suggested retail price is $7.95 each plus $1.00 for shipping and handling. Specify caliber when ordering. California residents include 6 percent sales tax. More information is available from Top Brass Ammo, Dept. GA, 16135 Cohasset St., Van Nuys, CA 91406.
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Title Annotation:evaluation
Author:Rutledge, Lee A.
Publication:Guns & Ammo
Article Type:Product/Service Evaluation
Date:Oct 1, 1985
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