September 28, 2004

Quick Response from Stack On

The company has an announcement on their website, here.

We are pleased to report that all of our gun safes and fire resistant safes are not affected by the developments concerning tubular cylinder locks. Our gun cabinets, however, do use a type of tubular lock and tests we conducted indicate that some of these locks are susceptible to being picked through certain manipulations.
All of our gun safes and gun cabinets comply with accepted industry security standards. While all of our products continue to provide a significant deterrent to theft, we want to provide an option to our gun cabinet customers who would prefer a non-tubular lock. For those customers we are offering, free-of-charge, a replacement non-tubular lock, with instructions for installation.

Nice to see a company respond quickly. I guess if Dan Rather were in charge, they'd still be denying that anything was wrong, and that it was because of "guys in pajamas" that there was any fuss to begin with.

And that is my last Dan Rather reference. Promise.

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