Amazing Security Group, Inc.
IMPROVE SAFETY | The RAC is an innovative and highly convincing security and storage solution to prevent guns from being stolen, used against you and your family or accidentally being misused by children hurting themselves or others. | U.S. gun deaths rose to 48,832 (on average more than 133 a day) in 2021, another all-time high (Source: CDC) after 43,681 in 2020 and 39,590 in 2019 (Source: Gun Violence Archive) | The 5-year average was 37,603 between 2014 and 2018. (Source: CDC) | The U.S. recorded 31,009 gun deaths and 477 mass shootings with four or more injuries YTD as of September 9th, 2022, 693 in 2021, 611 in 2020 and 417 in 2019. (Source: Gun Violence Archive) | Every year, app. 100,000 Americans survive a gunshot wound and many face a life-long process of healing based on average number for 2013-2019. (Source: CDC, NCIPC, WISQARS) | 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: NY Times, March 21st, 2019) | A June 2018 report from the Small Arms Survey estimates that American civilians own 393 million guns, both legally and otherwise. | According to the July 14th, 2021 National Firearms Survey, 31.9% or more than 81.4 million Americans aged 18 and over own firearms. 42.2% would be female and 57.8% male. The average gun owner has 5 firearms. The survey finds that 31.1% of gun owners have used a firearm to defend themselves or their property, often on more than one occasion, and it estimates that guns are used defensively by firearms owners in app. 1.67 million incidents per year. | In 2020, about 44 percent of American civilians live in a gun household. (Source: Gallup) | Since the FBI launched the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NCIS) in November 1998, 432.4 million US. NICS firearm background checks were initiated as of August 31st, 2022. The FBI ran a record-breaking 39.7 million background checks in 2020, 38.9 million in 2021, and 20.79 million YTD as of August 31st, 2022, an average of more than 85,558 a day or 2.60 million per month. (Source: www.fbi.gov). | "Americans bought 19.9 million guns in 2021”, the second-highest year on record after the record-breaking 22.8 million sales in 2020 (Source: Forbes, January 5th, 2022) | The gun homicide rate is 25.2 times higher in the U.S. than in other high-income countries. (Source: CNN) | In 2020, U.S. households experienced 12,085,170 property crimes, 4,558,150 violent crimes and 350,460 firearm victimizations. (Source: U.S. BJS October 2021) | 2.194 million U.S. property crimes occurred at a residence/home in 2020. Of the USD 971.3bn total value of goods stolen only 5.6% was recovered. (Source: ValuePenguin July 18th, 2022, based on FBI data) | Firearms are the second most common item that burglars will take (Source: Bankrate, Burglary Statistics 2022) | App. 1.8 million firearms were stolen between 2007-2016. (Source: FBI NCIC) | On average app. 1 gun would be stolen every 90 seconds or around 380,000 every year, many of which are later used to commit violent crimes. (Source: TruckVault, Gun Theft in America) | More than 500 people die every day because of violence committed with firearms and 44% of all homicides globally involve gun violence. (Source: Amnesty Intern.). | Estimates show that "9.8% of U.S. adults, or nearly 25 million, have experienced nonfatal firearm abuse by an intimate partner" (Source: Adhia A, Lyons VH, Moe CA, Rowhani-Rahbar A, Rivara FP) | “App. 4.5 million American women alive today have been threatened with a gun by an intimate partner.” and “Nearly one million women alive today have been shot or shot at by an intimate partner.” (Source: Sorenson SB, Schut RA) | “Every month, an average of 70 women are shot and killed by an intimate partner.” (Source: Everytown, CDC, NVDRS 2019.) | “Access to a gun makes it 5x more likely that an abusive partner will kill his female victim.” (Source: Everytown, Campbell JC. et al.).