Technical Analyst : Fort Knox PB1 Handgun Safe

You get what you pay for. Protect your kids and your rights.

It is important to be safe and protect yourself and your loved ones, so the main objective is to obtain a product that provides good security, reliability,simplicity, and still ensures ready access in case of an emergency.

Its Weight is 22lbs and Dimension is 4.25 x 12.5 x 10.3 inches.

Packed with high-quality options, the Fort Knox PB1 sidearm safe is one in all the highest safes for moveable use. The safe is large enough for one or 2 handguns. the inside has been foam soft to confirm that the small-arm and any accessories area unit continuously shielded from things like impact harm or movement.

The profit to foam is:

It’s excellent for storing this gun safe in your automotive and thus it make this a fully secure vehicle handgun safe.

The safe also will excellent for storing alternative small-arm accessories like further magazines that need a soft padding once keep.

The gun safe has been created victimization sturdy 10-gauge steel. this is often very serious and solid that is exclusive to many sidearm safes on the market these days.

The hinges are placed on the within of the safe. this may make sure that the safe doesn’t have any weaknesses on the door which it’s just about not possible to pry open or tamper with.

Gas Strut gap Mechanism

As an additional bonus, you’ll notice that the safe options a gas strut gap mechanism. this suggests that when you’ve got properly entered the mixture, the lock can merely jump open and also the gas strut can keep the door open for you to access everything on the within.

This makes it abundant easier for accessing your sidearm within. Since the door to the gun safe is very serious, the gas strut handily helps you get your gun in your hand simply.

Especially if you’re storing your sidearm in your automotive, you wouldn’t wish to use each hand to urge into the gun safe. Having the gas strut helps you to access your gun with one hand.

The safe additionally options that simplex protection mechanism that’s abundant easier and quicker to open. you’ll be able to open the safe with a number of pushes of buttons and this could prevent lots of your time and energy. No have to be compelled to concern batteries dying with this lock! If you are looking for something more advance and secure, you can check various gun safe reviews here.

Furthermore, the safe is sort of serious and can be to a small degree harder to hold around, however, the smaller structure can permit you to simply conceal the safe in just about any location.

You can mount the safe victimization the four mounting holes within the bottom. This helps you to mount the safe to the ground in your closet, below your bed, or perhaps the bed of your truck.

Finally, you’ll additionally receive a lifespan assurance with the safe against any manufacturer defect and felony makes an attempt. The safe is going to be in real time replaced freed from charge and also the shipping fees also will be lined to confirm that you simply solely have to be compelled to obtain a secure once.…


When I click an article I usually read the first paragraph, perhaps two. If it looks interesting I mark it to ReadItLater Pocket. If I like the post I will check out others as well. If they are as good I will subscribe to the blog using Google Reader.

Why don’t I just read the entire article in the first place? I just skim the top of hacker news or /r/programming for something of interest if I have few minutes of free time.

I read the articles I’ve marked whenever I have a free moment. Usually, that’s during bus rides from and to the office. That gives me about 235 minutes to read stuff I’ve either marked or come to me from blogs I’ve subscribed to every day. The important thing is, I’m only aware of the title and the content of the article.

Few days ago I stumbled upon a blog post about different kinds of software trials. It was a great read. Half way through the article I recognized the context; it sounded a lot like what a guy I know is doing. I opened the page in safari and it was their blog. I didn’t know that having read the entire article! I think that’s a great opportunity lost. I am a potential customer and you’ve written a piece of content I’m interested in, that’s a huge step towards my wallet. However it stops there unless you provide even the most basic call to action. For example “check out our services”.

Google Reader, Pocket, Instapaper and others have turned articles into a single feed, which is great for me as a reader. However it sucks for corporate bloggers as I won’t see your sites layout. I won’t see your header or logo. All I’m interested in is the article at hand, it’s up to you to deliver information about yourself or the product to me without ruining the post. Simple naming your startup and linking to it once or twice in the blog post will go great way to converting a random passer-by to customer.…


Almost everyone agrees that writing is good for you and you should do it more often. I had almost a 6-month gap in active blogging. That is if you can even call my blogging style active; I usually write less than 1 article a week. Anyhow, I hope to avoid future gaps like the one from August 21, 2012, to January 23, 2013.

Why did I stop writing? I can think of two reasons. First of them was that it was a really busy time for me and I simply failed to allocate time for it. This is a lousy excuse though, a modern man can always find time to write at least one post a week. Heck, it doesn’t take more than 230 minutes a week. First 30 minutes to write up the draft and second one to improve it. I usually like to go through more than 2 iterations of each article. I’ve found out I can piss off the way larger crowd with polished posts spiced with bad jokes.

Secondly, I didn’t set any goals for the site. It’s my personal blog my home on the interweb. I never treated it as a business tool nor am I planning to. I don’t sell anything through my blog nor write anything in hope of getting hired. It might have a small personal brand development value, but that’s it; nothing measurable.

Not setting measurable goals was probably the biggest mistake. The best way to address the issue would to simply approach it as business set goals and divide them into smaller milestones. The problem with this approach is that it would require more commitment to blogging than I’m willing to put out. So I’m setting one simple 2013 goal for this blog reach an average of 100 daily organic visits for a month.

So how could I do it? The one and only solution are : Blog more (Ok, I guess SEO could help but that’s completely against my principles of this being my personal space on the Internet). At the moment this blog gets 30-60 organic visits a day so the goal doesn’t seem that unreasonable.…