Of course, all of this is just so much marketing smoke until the lock gets in the hands of some gun people for testing. One concern is it seems the lock uses the handgun’s ejector to pop the lock free from the chamber. The ejector on most pistols is just a small metal hook attached to the slide, designed to pull free empty casings when the gun cycles, which are decidedly smaller than the Zore X. No specs on weight for the lock are available, so unless it’s mostly plastic, breaking extractors, especially on older firearms, is a real concern. And in a self-defense situation, you likely wouldn’t know anything is wrong until the gun doesn’t chamber another round after the first shot.