I'm not sure if this is an appropriate place to ask this, but I figure the worst that's going to happen is my question will just get closed, so here we go.
I just got my first home defense handgun, a Glock 19 gen 4, and I was wanting to store it within my combination safe. I timed myself at roughly 25 seconds to open the safe and retrieve the gun. This is fast, however, I was wondering if I could make it faster.
Normally you would need to turn the dial like this(Please note i don't count the first 4 turns because that should be muscle memory when opening a safe anyway):
4 times to the left, and end on the first number 3 times to the right, and end on the second number 2 times to the left and end on the third number 1 time to the right and end on 0. (This last step seems to be universal)
What I would like to do is reconfigure my safe to do something like:
4 times to the left, and end on the first number 1 time to the right, and end on the second number 1 time to the left, and end on the third number 1 time to the right and end on 0.
I'm essentially cutting out the extra turns of the tumbler. The concept seems solid, and I can indeed make it to the back of the safe tumbler to see the internals.
My question is, is it possible to change not only the combination, but the way the combination is entered, and skip additional turns? The only downside I can see to this is by overriding the functionality of the safe, I may be decreasing the number of permutations for the combination. I can live with that if it means cutting down the retrieval time of my gun to around 5 seconds, which my concept will likely do.
Is this possible?