Disaster can strike anytime, anywhere and you better be prepared when it does. Give yourself a fighting chance with Taurus First 24 Survival Kits.
Introduced at the 2014 NRA Show, Taurus First 24 Kits come neatly packed with a collection of necessary and resourceful tools for emergency situations.
The kits come in two variations: one of which comes outfitted with a Taurus 617 revolver chambered in .357 Magnum, while the other contains a Taurus Judge in .410 ga./.45 Colt. The revolvers in both cases are customized by the Aim Pro Tactical Performance Shop, where their actions and triggers are tuned, their chambers are polished and the firearms are finished with a durable X-Coat for added corrosion resistance.
Both kits include several tools and accessories every survivalist wants in their bug-out-bag. The accessories in each kit vary slightly based on which Taurus revolver you choose. The kits are available now from $1,399 to $1,499 depending on which revolver you prefer.
At least they look a little more practical than those S&W 500 kits they sell.
I think it means “Don’t leave me here alone.
|—||Neil Gaiman (via observando)|
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These are golden
Just a quick video showing some considerations and steps I used when installing a new velcro sidesaddle on one of my buddy’s shotguns.
No not at all. I’m don’t ‘support’ the lifestyle, but I don’t hate them, or discriminate against them. Jesus still loves them, so I do too.
the christian way to say you’re homophobic.
^ The accuracy.
Inaccurate. To not support something doesn’t mean you have an irrational fear of it. If whatever stupid religion you follow has a God that says it’s wrong, then not supporting it is just the way you’ll be. Don’t be stupid about it.