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Dirty Dingus McGee · September 7, 2023 at 3:04 am


We slammed the safe door on our pecker and now we’re trying to unfuck ourselves. Buy our safes and we won’t do this again. Pinky swear.

dave un pa. · September 7, 2023 at 3:28 am

looks like they trying to cover their ass and hope to keep people buying their stuff.
but it does look like they trying to do the right thing here.
make the law give THEM a warrant for the safe by itself before giving up your lock code

Paulb · September 7, 2023 at 3:45 am

When a company shows you in word and deed that they hate their customers, I tend to believe them.
The chapter 11 proceedings shall be glorious.

It's just Boris · September 7, 2023 at 3:57 am

That has some disturbing points. Industry standard practice?

It also strikes the wrong tone, at least for me. I’m not in need of a new safe at the moment, but if I were, I wouldn’t have Liberty on the list any more.

Aesop · September 7, 2023 at 5:51 am

Cleat marks in your dick are hard to heal.
The first step is to stop trampling more into it.
Liberty gets that. Now.

They never should have complied with the request until a subpoena was delivered.
They know that too. Now.

If they weren’t lockstep with their noses way up the FBI’s ass, they never would have gotten to this point in the first place.
They know that too. Now.

And now that the horse is out, they’re trying to lock the barn door, while applying a TQ to their junk to staunch the bleeding, before they become the Bud Light of the firearms industry.
That would likely end them as a corporation.

Wouldn’t that just be a damned shame.

Pity no one in their corporate offices thought about all that, and their customers’ rights, before they decided they were just following orders.
Lickspittle cunts.

They’re a private company, not publicly held.
They’re about to find out how cold and lonely it is when you can’t even give your shit away.
Their competitors are being bombarded with calls looking for alternatives, and going public about it.
And gun owners may be pissed about the J6 prosecutions, but they can’t do much about the DoJ. But they can sure as hell make life uncomfortable for one small private company.
Just a hunch, but I’d say Liberty Safe can cancel Christmas. I don’t think it’s humanly possible for them to turn this around ever, ler alone in time.
Their employees should update their resumes immediately. It’s gonna be a cold, harsh winter.

June J · September 7, 2023 at 6:51 am

Apparently Liberty Safe was acquired by a company who donates lost of money to Democrats.

    Aesop · September 7, 2023 at 7:56 am

    Nice find, June.
    With that link, Charlie Kirk just fired a kill-shot at Liberty Safe.

Matthew W · September 7, 2023 at 6:55 am

Going to be REAL hard to recover from that bad publicity

EN2 SS · September 7, 2023 at 7:18 am

I don’t know if they can afford a blanket to cover that much ass. This has/could turn into a corporation death knell, we’ll see.

Toastrider · September 7, 2023 at 9:00 am

I am weirdly reminded of the tussles over encryption years back, and how the feds wanted to install backdoor access while banning any encryption that didn’t have such.

Big Ruckus D · September 7, 2023 at 9:48 am

One other aspect of this self dick-punching incident that I don’t see any discussion of: even thought they are claiming to have changed policy, who is to say the entire existing database hasn’t already been picked off (by the feds, or other parties who may want such useful information)?

And for electronic locks, their present attempt at walking back piss poor policy doesn’t do anything to address the possibility – if not likelihood – that there is an existing designed in backdoor that can be used by “law enforcement”. That would be in the firmware of the electronics, and would required complete bit by bit disassembly to identify, if present. Sounds like a job for the EFF.

Sort of Anonymous · September 7, 2023 at 10:02 am

Replacement mechanical lock sales (e.g., are going to be hopping the next few weeks. I ordered my mechanical, resettable, replacement lock earlier today. Few tools and a little patience should limit future exposure – and I don’t even have a Liberty safe. (No pecuniary interest in S&G – just the best I could locate quickly.) Amazon carries one model. Get yours before they run out or are banned.

Jester · September 7, 2023 at 11:07 pm

The only Liberty about liberty safes is the liberty they took with the data to share it with everyone they could and not tell the customers they were doing so and had that plan all along

Anonymous · September 8, 2023 at 10:34 am

Sure they deleted your backdoor combination, just like those 4473 forms.

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