The New Hornady RAPiD Safe Keypad Vault — SHOT Show 2022

New from Hornady, and announced at SHOT Show 2022, is their RAPiD Safe Keypad Vault. Featuring RFID tags in addition to a keypad and mechanical entry, the RAPiD Safe gives one quick access and dependability if batteries fail.

Hornady RAPiD Safe Keypad Vault.

Product Features

  • Excellent starter unit to RAPiD® Safe technology.
  • Fast, dependable touch-free entry offers convenient access to handguns and valuables.
  • Heavy-duty tamper-proof steel construction.
  • Three entry methods: Patented RFID reader, access code, mechanical key.
  • Pre-drilled for permanent mounting.
  • Ideal for use in drawers.

Coming from the factory with two included RFID tags, the RAPiD safe is ready to go for secure storage and quick access for you and a loved one. These safes can be selectively programmed to run off of the same RFID tag, which allows one key to gain access to any of the other RAPiD Safes you may purchase and store in your house. 

RFID tag, and mechanical barrel key.

Featuring a heavy-duty “tamper-poof” steel construction, this safe can add that extra peace of mind knowing your valuables are secured. The safe comes with pre-drilled holes which allow for permanent mounting if you choose.

Marketed for use in drawers, this safe has exterior dimensions of 13.1″ x 11.0″ x 3.9″.

Tamper-proof construction

Internally this safe can easily fit two full-sized handguns. There’s also room for other valuables you may want to store. It features a quick-activating hydraulic hinge, it takes almost no time to grab your contents.

Interior dimensions: 10.6″ x 7.8″ x 3.3″

Coming soon, this safe provides one of the most cost-effective solutions for consumers looking for an RFID-equipped safe. With an MSRP of $148.99, the RAPiD Safe Keypad Vault from Hornady will be one to watch out for. Click HERE for more information about this safe.

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About the author: Mitchell Graf is passionate about hunting and competition shooting. During college he was the shooting instructor for Oklahoma State’s Practical Shooting Team, and these days he spends as much time as he can chasing after pigs and coyotes with night vision and thermals. You can follow Mitchell’s adventures over at his Instagram @That_Gun_Guy_

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  • Hodado January 25, 2022, 2:17 pm

    I can’t find it anywhere for$148

  • Mark Wales January 25, 2022, 5:28 am

    2022 and still using cheap ass barrel lock, way to easy to exploit this, just watch all the youtube video’s.

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