Video: Hmm. That's not supposed to happen like that. And yet this gun safe — a GunVault GVB1000 approved by the California Department of Justice that uses a biometric fingerprint sensor to unlock itself — can be easily opened with just a paperclip. It's a method that simply involves tricking the bypass lock to open the latch. That is way too easy.
Watch A Gun Safe Get Cracked Open With Just A Paper Clip
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