The Ultimate Security and Storage Device | 125,000+ RACs sold.
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    ADVANTAGES | 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 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 can lock app. 97% of all guns to prevent the unauthorized use and theft giving owners assurance that their personal property is completely safe. | The RAC secures up to 3 firearms including AR-15s. | It is protected by two utility patents and its patented mounting system sets it apart from other security and storage systems. | The RAC’s hidden mounting system makes it tamper-proof, damage-proof and theft-proof. | The RAC is long lasting and extremely safe since it is constructed of T-6 aluminum and high carbon heat-treated steel. | It withstands over 4,700 pounds of pressure and has over 1,600 key variations. | The RAC can be used in homes, businesses, cars, trucks, boats and planes. | Its mounting capability inside of vehicles, makes it a mobile solution that prevents "smash and grab" opportunities for firearms left inside vehicles. | 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. | The State of California Department of Justice Bureau of Firearms issued a California Firearms Safety Device Certification for the smaller, sold-out 3-inch RAC when used with one of the most widely-used law enforcement pistols worldwide, the Glock 17 caliber, 9mm, 4.49”. The certification is based on the United States Test Laboratory (USTL) firearm safety device test which it passed. | The RAC has received the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Certification. | The “U.S. RAC Trunk Mount” won a top two product at the Las Vegas SHOT SHOW. | The RAC’s proven technology is validated by 125,000+ RACs which have been used by the FBI, Secret Service, Department of Defense, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD, CA), Las Vegas Police Department (LVPD, NV), Birmingham Police Department (AL), Clinton Township Police Department (MI), Detroit Police Department (MI), Fairfax County Sheriff’s Department (VA), Hazel Park, Police Department (MI), Highland Park Police Department (MI), Inkster Police Department (MI), Macomb County Sheriff’s Department (MI), Oakland County Sheriff’s Department (MI), Polk County Sheriff (FL), Pontiac Police Department (MI), Prince Georges County Sheriff’s Department (MD), Roseville Police Department (MI), Shelby Township Police Department (MI), Southfield Police Department (MI), Taylor Police Department (MI), Volusia County Sheriff’s Department (FL), Wayne County Sheriff’s Department (MI), Winter Haven Police Department (FL) and other firearm owners.

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    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.).

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    PROTECT CHILDREN AND TEENS | Firearms are the leading cause of death for American children and teenagers in 2020, ahead of car accidents and drug overdoses. (Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. WISQARS – last update January 7th, 2021) | Every year, 18,000 children and teens are shot and killed or wounded. | Every day, 12 children or teens are killed with a gun and 50 more are injured due to gun violence. (Sources: Everytown, CDC, Children's Defense Fund, Sandy Hook Promise) | Guns became the leading cause of death among children and teens in the U.S. in 2020, killing more people aged 1 to 19 than cancer, pneumonia, influenza, asthma, car crashes, opioids etc. | Guns killed more children and teens than cancer, pneumonia, influenza, asthma and opioids combined. | In 2020, 4,368 children and teens up to age 19 were killed from guns in the U.S.. (Source: Axios) | Annually, more than 3,500 children and teens (ages 0 to 19) are shot and killed, and 15,000 are shot and wounded. An estimated 3 million children witness a shooting each year. (Source: Everytown) | In 2021, in America, a child is shot every hour, and hundreds die. (Source: The Washington Post) | As of June 1st, 2022, about one third of all U.S. homes with children possess guns. An estimated 4.6 million kids live with unlocked, loaded guns. | Between 2009 and 2020, 1 in 4 mass shooting victims were children and teens. | In 2019, nine children and teens were killed with guns on average each day in America - one every 2 hours and 36 minutes. | Based on five-year averages from 2015-2019, 22 children and teens are shot in the U.S. on an average day. | | Gun accidents in the home have also surged during the pandemic. School and child-care closures have exacerbated children’s risk of dying in gun accidents at home. | For every child or teen fatally shot, another 5 suffered non-fatal gunshot wounds. | An estimated 16,644 children and teens were injured with guns in 2018, one every 32 minutes. | Since 1963, nearly 193,000 children and teens have been killed with guns on American soil - more than four times the number of U.S. soldiers killed in action in the Vietnam, Persian Gulf, Afghanistan, and Iraq wars combined. (Source: Children’s Defense Fund) | Many children even live in homes with loaded, unlocked guns and know where they are kept. Too often, this leads to tragic accidents and preventable deaths. | With a growing number of children learning and playing at home during COVID-related closures, the risk of gun accidents and suicides has only increased. | A third of households with children have a gun and nearly half of gun-owning households with children do not store all of their firearms safely. | An estimated 4.6 million children live in homes with at least one unlocked and loaded gun - and most children know where these guns are kept. | About 3 in 4 children ages 5-14 with gun-owning parents know where firearms are stored and more than 1 in 5 have handled a gun in the home without their parents’ knowledge. | Guns in the home are more likely to endanger than protect loved ones. The presence of a gun in the home makes the likelihood of homicide three times higher, suicide three to five times higher, and accidental death four times higher. (Source: Children’s Defense Fund) | 70% of child and teen shooting deaths could have been prevented by responsible firearms storage. | 84% of accident of shooting deaths occurs in the home or car of the victim’s family, or in the home of a friend or relative. (Source: Smart Tech Foundation) | “In 2015, 13 million US households with children also contained firearms. Fewer than 1 in 3 U.S. homes with youth and firearms follow American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations to store all household firearms locked and unloaded.” (Source: D. Azrael, J. Cohen, C. Salhi, M. Miller) | A child’s curiosity from handling guns that were left unsecured by friends or neighbors has too often led to serious injury or death.

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    PREVENT SUICIDES | Our RAC reduces the risk of suicides. | Across all suicide attempts not involving a firearm, less than 5% will result in death, but app. 85% of gun suicide attempts end in death. (Source: Everytown, Miller M, Azrael D, Barber C. Suicide mortality in the United States) | “The U.S. gun suicide rate is 10 times that of other high-income countries.” (Source: Everytown. Grinshteyn E, Hemenway D. Violent death rates in the US compared to those of the other high-income countries, 2015. Preventive Medicine. 2019) | “Access to a gun triples the risk of death by suicide.” (Source: Everytown. Anglemyer A, Horvath T, Rutherford G. The accessibility of firearms and risk for suicide and homicide victimization among household members: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2014) | “White men represent 74 percent of firearm suicide victims in America.” (Source: Everytown. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System (WISQARS) Fatal Injury Reports. A yearly average was developed using five years of most recent available data: 2014 to 2018. | 82% of the youths attempting to commit suicide used a firearm belonging to a family member. | “The firearm used in suicides comes from the youth’s home in app. 9 of 10 deaths, and from the home of the victim or the victim’s relative or friend in 9 of 10 unintentional firearm deaths. ... Moreover, when guns are present in a home with youth, storing all firearms locked as opposed to unlocked, unloaded as opposed to loaded, and storing all ammunition locked and separate from firearms have each been associated with a reduced risk of intentional self-inflicted and unintentional firearm injuries.” (Source: Grossman DC, Reay DT, Baker SA. Self-inflicted and unintentional firearm injuries among children and adolescents: the source of the firearm.).

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    AVOID FINANCIAL RISK | Our RAC prevents accidents, deaths and injuries. | “Gun violence continues to financially burden survivors by diminishing wages and productivity. Estimates suggest that productivity loss – the sum of the value of wage and household work lost due to short or long-term disability in the recovery phase – totals an average of USD 28,478 for each survivor of an assault by firearm.” (Source: Everytown. Corso PS, Mercy JA, Simon TR, Finkelstein EA, Miller TR. Medical costs and productivity losses due to interpersonal and self-directed violence in the United States. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2007) | “These productivity losses do not include additional productivity lost by family, friends, and professionals caring for the injured, as well as time spent investigating, prosecuting, and punishing violent perpetrators. One study put the overall societal cost for each gun-related assault at USD 1.2 million. (Source: Everytown. Cook PJ, Ludwig J. The benefits of reducing gun ownership: evidence from contingent-valuation survey data. The Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 2001) | An analysis of school lockdowns in 31 of the nation’s largest cities by The Washington Post found that in the 2017-2018 school year alone, more than 4.1 million American students, including more than 1 million elementary-age children, endured at least one lockdown. These lockdowns were reactions to various threats, such as bombs or police manhunts, but at least 61 percent of school lockdowns were a result of a shooting or the perceived danger of one. Stress related to gun violence affects student performance and wellbeing in schools." (Source: Everytown, Rich S, Cox JW. School lockdowns: How many American children have hidden from gun violence? The Washington Post. December 26, 2018. https://wapo.st/2F5Mw1T.) | “In Syracuse, NY, test scores were 50 percent lower in elementary schools located in areas with high concentrations of gunshots than elementary schools in areas with a low concentration of gunshots. Elementary schools in high gunshot areas also had higher rates of standardized test failure. When neighborhoods and schools are no longer safe from gun violence, entire generations of American children are impacted.” (Source: Everytown, Bergen-Cico D, Lane SD, Keefe RH. Community gun violence as a social determinant of elementary school achievement. Social Work in Public Health. 2018).

  • The RAC will keep your children safer.

    "Access to a gun increases the risk of death by suicide by three times. | Access to a gun increases the risk of death by homicide by two times. | Firearms are the second leading cause of death for American children and teens and the first leading cause of death for black children and teens." (Source: Everytown.org)

  • The RAC secures your power tools.

    Sharp and dangerous power and garden tools as well as crossbows can be locked with the RAC to avoid injuries when you have children. Separately, "every 13 seconds a home intrusion is committed. 2.5 million+ home intrusions are committed each year." (Source: Safeguardetheworld.com)

  • The RAC secures your power generators at home and at work.

    Two key factors determine the type of equipment that thieves are most likely to steal: value and mobility. Annual estimates of the cost of equipment theft vary from about $300 million to $1 billion, with most estimates in the range of $400 million. (Source: new.net). Construction equipment theft continues to be a major concern for business owners. Stealing construction equipment is a low-risk, high-reward opportunity for thieves, especially on unsecured construction sites. Less than 25% of stolen construction equipment is recovered each year. (Source: constructconnect.com)

  • The RAC secures your power tools at work.

    Construction equipment theft continues to be a major concern for business owners. Stealing construction equipment is a low-risk, high-reward opportunity for thieves, especially on unsecured construction sites. Less than 25% of stolen construction equipment is recovered each year. (Source: constructconnect.com)

  • The RAC secures your bicycles at home.

    The RAC secures your bicycles if your garage is open and accessible to others. "You are at risk of a theft if your mobile equipment is not secured, if your portable tools are not locked up, if your job site is not protected by a locked gate or other enclosure." (Source: contractors.westfieldinsurance.com)

Safety Product of the Year at the 2013 Las Vegas NSSF "Shot Show".

The RAC secures 97% of firearms.

The RAC is perfect for home protection, hunters, law enforcement and military.

The RAC can be mounted to any structural foundation.

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Our mission is to offer solutions to prevent your personal property from being stolen and used against your, your family, friends, employees and partners.  Our goal is to protect everybody from any possible misuse of guns or other dangerous items. 

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