Amazing Security Group, Inc.
When you and your family are healthy you have many wishes. If one of your family members gets injured or killed by a firearm you wish you would have protected them earlier and better. | The 5-Inch Multiple RAC is the ultimate anti-theft storage system designed to enhance the security and safe storage of your personal property. | The Multiple RAC secures firearms, crossbows, power and garden tools, equipment, machinery, power generators, lawn mowers, bicycles etc. with peace of mind and prevents them from being stolen. | The RAC is the superior gun safety and storage device compared to e.g. cable locks, trigger locks and many safes. | Most firearm security devices are poorly designed and easily breached. Safes and gun racks are bulky and not portable. The solution to sub-optimal security and storage is the RAC. The RAC has the security of a safe, while maintaining convenience and quick access. | Cable locks, trigger locks and safes often lack the wealth of features the RAC has to offer, e.g. highly secure, easy-to-open, preventing "snatch and run", withstanding more than 2 tons of pressure, stationary, portable, can be mounted in vehicles and attractive price point, considering the RAC can provide security for a lifetime. | Protecting you, your children, your family, your security and your valuables is our company's mission. | A June 2018 report from the Small Arms Survey estimates that American civilians own 393 million guns, both legally and otherwise. | In 2019, about 37 percent of U.S. households had at least one gun in possession. (Source: Statista) | Since the FBI launched the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NCIS) in November 1998, 372.7 million U.S. NICS firearm background checks were initiated, including 3,937,066 in December 2020 and 39.69 million in 2020, or on average more than 100,000 a day or 3.3 million per month. (Source: www.fbi.gov) | The gun homicide rate is 25.2 times higher in the U.S. than in other high-income countries. (Source: CNN) | In 2018, U.S. households experienced 13,502,840 property crimes (36,994 a day), a rate of 108.2 per 1,000 households. (Source: U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics - BJS) | In 2018, the U.S. had 6,385,520, or 17,494 a day, violent crimes. (Source: U.S. BJS) | In 2018, the U.S. saw 1,329,700, or 3,643 a day, serious violent crimes involving a weapon. (Source: U.S. BJS) | In 2018, the U.S. had 470,840 firearm victimizations or 1,289 per day. (Source: U.S. BJS) | In 2018, 39,740 people, more than 108 per day, were killed by firearms in the U.S.. The 5-year average was 37,603 between 2014 and 2018. (Source: Centers for Disease Control) | Every year, app. 100,000 Americans survive a gunshot wound and many face a life-long process of healing. (Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Centers for Injury Prevention and Control. Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System (WISQARS) Nonfatal Injury Reports. A yearly average was developed using five years of most recent available data: 2013 to 2017.) | Since 1970, the U.S. has suffered more gun deaths (1.45 million, including gun murders, suicides and accidents) than occurred in all the wars in American history - 1.4 million. (Source: Nicolas Kristof, NY Times, March 21st, 2019)