T-LOCK was designed and developed to protect any unauthorized person from gaining access to your gun.

Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in America from the ages of 10 to 34, it claims more lives than homicides or heart disease. 

Source for statistics: NIH (National Institute of Mental Health)

Since my daughter committed suicide at the age of 15 years old, it was important for my family to develop a gun lock that could make it extremely difficult for anyone to break in.  We not only wanted it hard to break into, we also wanted an audio siren enabled as soon as someone one started to tamper with the gun.

My son and I spent 20 minutes trying to break into a Glock Gun with our new T-LOCK.  We used:

  1. Pry bar
  2. Grinder
  3. Drill
  4. Screwdriver

We were not able to break into it without destroying the gun itself.  We had to disable the siren because each time we tried to break into it, the 120db ear piercing siren would go off.

We knew at that point we had a good solid product that would protect lives, but we wanted to take it a step further.

We contacted a state with the most stringent gun laws in the United States.  The California Department of Justice required that we run our locks through one of their approved facilities.  So, we sent our Locks to NTS (National Testing Site) in Wichita, Kansas and they passed their stringent tests.

Since the clam shell lock isolates the ejection slide and trigger and trigger guard, it has now become nothing more than a paper weight.

The Lock is made from a very strong Zinc Alloy and then nickel plated or powder coated.

We believe we have made a quality product that will absolutely revolutionize the gun lock industry.

Written by Dennis H. CEO/Founder T-LOCK, Former Lt, Field Director UCMC with over 40 years of Law Enforcement experience.

If you are in crisis, call the toll-free National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The service is available to anyone. All calls are confidential. http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org 

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