Travel Ready & TSA Approved – NEW SnapSafe TrekLite Lock Box XL

Adam Scepaniak
by Adam Scepaniak

Hornady has a reputation built upon decades of producing quality ammunition, reloading components, and tools, and in recent years they’re added safes, gun lockers, and travel safes to their portfolio as well under the names of Hornady Security and SnapSafe. Their most recent entry into the safe market is their SnapSafe TrekLite Lock Box XL.

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The SnapSafe TrekLite Lock Box XL is pretty unassuming in nature since it is simply meant to be an affordable travel solution for keeping a firearm secure. This little safe is TSA-compliant and comes in 4 different configurations depending on the lock you desire. All of the specs as well as some words from SnapSafe can be read below:

  • External Dimensions: 10″ x 7″ x 2″
  • Weight: 1.6 Lb
  • 4 Available Lock Box Configurations

    Key Lock (SKU: 75212 | MSRP $40.99)TSA Combination Lock (SKU: 75241 | $49.99)Key Lock – FDE color (SKU: 752122325 | MSRP $42.99)Combination Lock – FDE color (SKU: 752412325 | $51.99)

  • Heavy-duty protection at a third of the weight of steel. Only 1.5 pounds!
  • Convenient 4-Digit TSA lock offers advanced security and 10,000 user programmable codes.
  • Protects firearms, expensive medications, and other valuables while traveling or at home.
  • Easily fits in a suitcase, drawer, or under a car seat while fitting up to full-sized 1911 handguns.
  • Constructed of advanced, impact-resistant polycarbonate for exceptional toughness.
  • Durable, non-slip rubber over-mold provides added impact protection and stability.
  • Foam lining protects firearms and valuables from being marred.
  • Includes 1500 Lb rated security cable with sturdy cable connector that doesn’t limit interior cargo space.

Grand Island, NE – March, 2024 – Introducing an innovative and lightweight security solution – a 1.5-pound TrekLite® Lock Box XL that challenges traditional security concepts. With a sleek design, it provides robust protection against various threats at a third of the weight of similar steel lock boxes.

The SnapSafe TrekLite Lock Box XL is available with a barrel key locking mechanism or a 4-digit TSA lock, offering 10,000 programmable codes for enhanced safeguarding. Whether you need to secure firearms, medications, or valuables, this companion remains vigilant, suitable for travel or home use.

Designed to seamlessly integrate with your travel essentials, it easily fits into a suitcase, drawer, or discreetly under a car seat. Crafted from impact-resistant polycarbonate, it ensures durability and resilience against unforeseen circumstances.

Specifically designed for full-sized 1911 handguns, it includes a robust rubber over-mold for extra defense against impacts. The interior boasts a foam lining, providing a gentle cradle for your possessions during transit.

Furthering its commitment to security, it comes with a 1500 lb. rated security cable and a sturdy cable connector, ensuring integrity without sacrificing cargo space. Unlike other lock boxes, our TrekLite Lock Box XL meets TSA standards without compromising on quality, offering peace of mind wherever your journey takes you.

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The SnapSafe TrekLite Lock Box XL is light, affordable, and unique in that it comes in a polycarbonate body, and you can even get it in tactical Flat Dark Earth (FDE). Oftentimes, simple is better and this looks to be a mundane yet valuable travel safe. What do you think? As always, let us know all of your thoughts about SnapSafe and the TrekLite Lock Box XL in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.

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Adam Scepaniak
Adam Scepaniak

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  • Vhyrus Vhyrus on Apr 03, 2024

    Maybe I didnt read very carefully but if you're locking a gun for air travel it is specifically not supposed to be a TSA compliant lock. You are supposed to be the only one with the key.

  • Salty Kraker Salty Kraker on Apr 03, 2024

    Cool, we can all get the key for it on Amazon!