For Christmas, my father in-law bought my wife this Bighorn P20 Handgun safe. The intent was to provide a secure storage solution so that she could keep a sidearm in the nightstand. More to keep the curious kids out than for anything else. It seemed like a neat little safe, pattern combination could be set to any order/combination of button presses you desired. Seemed decent enough to safely and securely hold a handgun but also make it readily available should the need arise. Cheap metal, nothing that would foil someone with a quality sawzall for example, but enough to keep it out of children's hands. Mounting options to bolt to the floor or wall came with it as well. My wife had it in a book case by the bed. It fell from a height of no more than 3 feet. It flew open spilling everything out. Thinking that this was an anomaly or perhaps she had failed to secure it properly I attempted to replicate the action. It occurred every time I tried. It occurred from less than a foot from the ground as well. The safes poor design and materials come into play here, and are a direct cause of this issue. I replaced this with a Viking with the same type of biometric lock that does not pop open when bumped. It was a little more, but not by that much and well worth the cost for the difference in quality. Needless to say, I won't be recommending or purchasing any Bighorn items again. I am aware that Bighorn is a company or brand owned by Rhino, and that Rhino safes are reportedly some of the best, but I won't likely entertain them either. I find the very fact that they released this product at all, rather offensive as a consumer. I am aware a cheap priced safe is likely made cheaply, but the safe had ONE job. Just one, and it couldn't even do that.