If your physical security is up to scratch, you will have already bought yourself that time. I'm not a huge fan of people who leave firearms lying around unsecured for quick access. If you can get them that quickly, so can a bad guy. In the days of reliable digital codes and biometrics there's no excuse for that. You can keep them secure and still have them in seconds.They work fine when wet and I think that unwrapping it would take way too much time?
Double edged sword, sure you can get out a second or so quicker, but anyone who is outside and wants to come in now can, possibly before you are ready for them. Your plan assumes that the person the AI detects only wants to let the air out of your tyres, isn't planning on coming in through the front door, and you will always want to go outside and confront them. If you do want to go that route could I suggest an egress button, one you can push after you have assessed the threat outside, have made the decision to go outside, and are fully ready to deal with the threat if it does come inside when you unlock.Was thinking of upon PersonOnProperty alert to auto-unlock my smart front door for 3 minutes, to quicken the getting out there to confront the person.