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, 377.0 million U.S. NICS firearm background checks were initiated as of January 31st, 2021, including a record 4,317,804 in January 2021 and a record 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)