I just got a new Glock 23. Maryland law requires I keep it from getting into the hands of children and other people that have no business messing with my handgun. With a curious little 3 year old running around the house, I tend to agree with Maryland on this issue. My problem is, I want to keep my glock as a "nightstand" gun, but i dont wanna hafta take it in and out of the safe in the hall everytime i leave and come home. I thought about a locking case, but most seem to have cheap locks that dont look like they would last long. I was searching through cabelas.com and found this: http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/t...parentType=index&indexId=cat601048&hasJS=true I was planning on leaving the chamber empty anyway so all I have to do is rack the slide and i'm in business. With this, I believe i could unlock it and rack the "safety bullet" thing out and a round would chamber out of the magazine. Looks pretty simple and would keep my daughter from accidentally discharging it should she somehow get ahold of it (lets face it, you cant watch their every move no matter how hard you try). Not to mention its a lot cheaper than a hard lockable case. Please lend me your thoughts. There's also a neat little video there that describes it in better detail.