California DOJ Approved
Stack-On has discontinued this product and has replaced it with a more secure version. The new version, QAS 1512, has a redesigned keypad fitting made of plastic that doesn't allow one to pull it up. The extraneous holes once found in the top of the QAS 1200 are gone.
This handgun safe features a motorized latch mechanism with components that are actuated indirectly by a rotating fitting attached to a motor. Because the mechanism’s latch assembly moves independently of the motor, this mechanism is inherently vulnerable. If someone attacking this device can find access to the independently moving parts, that individual can release the door without using the safe’s electronics. Another example of this kind of mechanism is found in the Paragon Quarter Master 7650. To learn more about the engineering problems I’ve uncovered in a variety of handgun safes, please see the Discussion page at handgunsaferesearch.com.