I’ve been using Gunvault safes for close to 20yrs, ever since I had to worry about kids in my house finding out where I kept them. There’s a certain age you can’t teach children to be obedient and unfortunately, lack of parental responsibility leads to deaths. Gun cleaning accidents, hunting accidents and people thinking their kids don’t know where they hide their gun are guilty of complacency. Back in the day, an NRA sticker on your car meant nobody would mess with you, but now it can mean they know you own guns and are going to break into your house. Smash and grabs are a modern reality and they work much like a Football play.
Not only lock your guns up, hide the gun safe. Put it in an area where it can’t be scene, stock towels or clothing on top of it. I do admit that I’m not the biggest fan of biometric technology because finger prints can be copied and dead bodies can be dragged over to a safe to have their fingers open the safe. The push button combination are probable my first choice for Gunvault safes and combination and key opening safes are best for cars or your hunting and target shooting rifles, not for home defense.