Sentinl Inc. Launches Identilock, the World’s Fastest Trigger Lock

Sentinl IDENTILOCK
Sentinl IDENTILOCK

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DETROIT, Mich. -(Ammoland.com)- Sentinl, Inc. announces the most innovative biometric gun lock the world has ever seen—IDENTILOCK.

This new firearm safety device keeps unwanted fingers off your trigger, but gives you access in less than a second with literally just the touch of your fingerprint.

IDENTILOCK incorporates speed, usability and practicality with unmatched safety and security through its state-of-the art fingerprint identification, that takes 300 milliseconds—equivalent to the blink of an eye— for the fingerprint sensor to identify the user and provide access to the firearm.

The biometric gun technology harnesses the same computing power and speed behind complex consumer electronics, such as modern mobile phones.

IDENTILOCK Features:

  • Dimensions: 4”x5”x1.5”
  • Weight: 0.5 lbs
  • Battery Rechargeable Li-Ion
  • Type-C USB Charging Port
  • 360° Fingerprint Recognition
  • Constructed of high-strength, impact-resistant polymer
  • LED Indicators
  • Key Lock Cover

Sentinl founder, Omer Kiyani, has spent the majority of his career developing safety systems that save lives. Being a parent and a gun owner, he finds ideal balance between gun safety and responsible ownership.

“I’ve watched the media, politicians and others, weigh in on our gun rights. I value and support our individual freedoms like the 2nd Amendment,” said Kiyani. “I’ve wanted to find a balance between gun ownership and safety. The IDENTILOCK is designed to assure firearm owners that a gun will not fire if handled in the wrong hands…as long as the lock is on the gun.”

The IDENTILOCK allows up to three users, and is compatible with any USB Type-C charging outlet. It takes 4 hours to charge, and lasts on standby mode for up to six months (180 days) on a single charge.

MSRP for IDENTILOCK is $239 and product is available in Cabela’s now.

The first round of IDENTILOCK’s launching are:

  • S&W-A1 (Smith & Wesson M&P Shield 9mm/.40)
  • S&W-B1 (Smith & Wesson M&P 9mm, SDS9)
  • 1911-A1 (1911 Clones)
  • SIG-A1 (Sig Sauer P226 & P229)
  • GLK-A1 (Glock-Double Stack)

For more information about IDENTILOCK, visit their website.

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    My iPhone finger print ID doesn’t work if I’ve just washed my hands, used an emery board, or put on hand cream. No thank you.

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    Repo

    I can see using these as a regular gun lock on one of my guns I don’t need quick access to but the $240 price makes that unlikely and I would use regular trigger locks. So I guess I’m saying no need for these because no way I’m betting my life on batteries and fingerprint reader technology.

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    Sorry but I do have a fingerprint reader on my phone , and it sometimes work and most of the time not.
    I would never rely on such a device for life threatening instances. There are too many things that can prevent this from working and that is from somebody that has worked with security for more than 40 years – yes included access and computer systems.

    Vanns40
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    Vanns40

    As technology progresses I think we’ll start to see these improving to the point in being accepted. As an instructor for more than 35 years I agree with you, generally, that you’re putting a lot of faith (literally your life) in that reader working every single time. I’d be willing to have one as a trial for a few months and do an evaluation and then send it back (not asking for anything free). However, as with EVERY single one of these wonder products they never seem to want to do that! That alone makes it very suspect to me.

    American Patriot
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    American Patriot

    As technology progresses…..Sound like you would be in the smart gun Camp. As a trigger safety I’ll stick to what’s between my ears and my Smart finger!

    Wild Bill
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    Wild Bill

    @American Patriot, Nope, Vann is not.

    Vanns40
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    Vanns40

    Sounds like you’re making an assumption and you know where that leads….

    American Patriot
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    American Patriot

    No assumption made, just reference to your comment. When it comes to my weapons or shooting ability I don’t rely on any technology to be able to pull the trigger or get access to the trigger….Just sayin