Posted December 27, 2018 9:30 am by Comments

By Jacki Billings

The Zore X Core uses a caliber specific approach ton securing guns. (Photo: Jacki Billings)
Zore has shipped 10,000 Zore X Core 9mm gun locks a mere 10 months after the technology first launched to the public. A caliber specific gun lock, the Zore X Core utilizes an innovative design to secure handguns from unauthorized users.
The gun lock uses a cartridge shaped lock that is placed into the gun’s cleared chamber. From there the slide is slowly released, preventing the Zore X Core from moving out of place. The Zore X Core features a combination lock dial that is then locked and prevents the slide from moving and the trigger from being engaged. The combination lock is a large dial that is suited for large, gross motor movements and can be operated in low visibility situations.
Once locked into place the Zore X Core prevents the slide or trigger from being manipulated. (Photo: Jacki Billings)
Zore’s CEO Bruno Escojido said he is thrilled that the company’s design is doing well in the market. “We started this journey with a completely new approach to locking firearms: rapid-access, non-biometric and portable,” Escojido said in a news release. “The firearm-owning population is traditionally averse to new technologies like

Source: Guns.com

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