- Yes, we offer discounts to first responders and members of the US Military. See our VIP page for details.
- We offer discounts on bulk orders. Contact us via email and we will be happy to assist.
Other than being portable, what are some of the other benefits of the SCOTTLOCK™?
- There are quite a few advantages, including the following:
- Security. The SCOTTLOCK™ is incredibly strong made of 100% American Steel (made in the USA). Several officers described the recommended set up as "overkill."
- Price. Compared with many other mounting/storage systems, the SCOTTLOCK™ is considerably less money.
- Installation. The agency does NOT need mechanics at the garage to spend hours installing a permanent mount or lock-box. This reduces the overall cost.
- Flexibility. The SCOTTLOCK™ is the only security/retention system available that allows the user to decide how and where they store their rifle.
- Cost. What is the cost of not having the rifle with you when you need it? What is the liability of having a rifle stolen from your house or vehicle?
- Yes it can! There are four holes in the base plate that can be used to permanently affix the unit to a wall. We are currently finalizing a spacer that can be used if optics or other accessories require space between the base plate and the wall. Email us for details.
How do I make a return?
- See our warranty page.
Do you manufacture the locks/cables/chains?
- No, we only manufacture the SCOTTLOCK™ (100% in the USA). However, we have tested multiple locks, chains, and cables. The accessories we provide meet our company's strict quality standards. Feedback from the field has been excellent. Although you can find less expensive locks/chains/cables, it is unlikely you will obtain better quality at these prices. You get what you pay for...
Do you have a warranty?
- Yes, see our warranty page.
Why is the SCOTTLOCK™ so heavy?
- The SCOTTLOCK™ is heavy because it is made of American Steel. The plates and pins are steel. They are covered by a military-grade polymer which protects the rifle and the SCOTTLOCK™. Suck it up buttercup!
What is the name of the K9 in the pictures?
- That is Scott Levin's current dog, Victor.
Victor is a three year old Belgian Malinois and many say he is on the smart end of the leash...