An office safe provides both burglary and fire protection.
A fire safe only offers fire protection-- NO burglary protection for business assets.
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Effective January 1, 2002, no firearm may be sold, transferred, or manufactured within California unless that firearm is accompanied by a DOJ-approved firearms safety device (California Penal Code section 23620)
All firearms (long guns and handguns) purchased in California must be accompanied with a firearms safety device (FSD) that has passed required safety and functionality tests and is listed on the DOJ's official roster of DOJ-approved firearm safety devices. The current roster of certified FSDs is available on the DOJ website at http://oag ca gov/firearms/fsdcertlist
The FSD requirement also can be satisfied if the purchaser signs an affidavit declaring ownership of either a DOJ-approved lock box or a gun safe capable of accommodating the firearm being purchased.
A firearms safety device is a device, other than a gun safe, that locks and is designed to prevent children and unauthorized users from firing a firearm. The device may be installed on a firearm, be incorporated into the design of the firearm, or prevent access to the firearm.
The device must have been submitted, tested and passed safety and functionality tests and is listed on the Department of Justice Roster of Approved Firearm Safety Devices.
The State of California Department of Justice regulatory gun safe standards are not burglary or fire rating standards; it is a construction standard. An acceptable gun safe is either one the following:
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