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bioMETRX, Inc. Gun Storage Products Endorsed by the Handgun Club of America
Date:6/18/2008

JERICHO, N.Y., June 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- bioMETRX, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BMRX) a leading developer of finger recognition consumer products, today announced that the Handgun Club of America has endorsed the Company's gun storage products. HCA members are showing great interest in bioMETRX's smartTOUCH(TM) bioVAULT 2.0 and bioBOX products, which allow access to stored firearms with the touch of a finger, and recognition taking less than one second. These safes can be used for controlled access of handguns, ammunition, weapons, as well as other valuable items including jewelry, pharmaceuticals, coins, stamps, stocks, bonds, critical data and other personal documents. "For years, handgun owners have wanted a home safe to make their firearms instantly accessible," says Gayle Teskey of the Handgun Club of America. "Now with one swipe of your finger, the bioVAULT 2.0 allows you to get to your pistols quickly and easily."

The bioVAULT 2.0 is capable of storing up to 50 authorized fingerprints in its flash memory and offers such accessories as a wall-mounting unit for extra security and more permanent placement. A security cable that is very similar to locking a bicycle to a bike rack is also available for more portable usage, allowing the bioVAULT 2.0 to be transported to different locations and easily locked to any secure item.

The bioBOX offers a sleek compact design, the ability to store up to 3 users, and is great for travel. A wall mount is also available for mounting the bioBOX to any surface for a more secure storage of valuable items.

About Handgun Club of America

The HCA is steadfast in supporting our second amendment right, A well regulated Militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed. Not only is the HCA a great resource for individuals who lawfully choose to own a handgun, it offers many benefits to its members and their website offers
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