Product Preview: Tactical Walls FoVxTW Concealment Flag

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posted on March 7, 2019
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A collaborative effort between two great, veteran-owned businesses, the FoVxTW Concealment Flag disguises a three-compartment Tactical Walls wall cover behind a Flags of Valor small Vertical Flag to offer a patriotic, hiding-in-plain-sight firearm-storage solution. With closed exterior dimensions measuring 32” high, 16.5” wide and 3” deep, the Concealment Flag mounts to the surface of the wall and requires no holes to be cut for installation. Each of the three compartments are large enough to house a full-size handgun and/or several spare magazines or boxes of ammunition. As each Flags of Valor wooden flag is handcrafted and painted by a combat veteran, no two units will be exactly alike. Available in Traditional (red, white and blue) and Subdued (black and white) finishes. The FoVxTW Concealment Flag retails for $375.For more information, check out tactical walls.com.

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