Taurus First 24 Emergency Kits

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posted on April 29, 2014
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When natural or man made disasters strike, having the right survival equipment readily at hand can make all of the difference. Taurus International has teamed up with Aimpro Tactical to offer two new portable survival systems. Called the First 24, these kits are loaded in more ways than one.

Customers have a choice of a water-resistant lockable hard case packed with either a customized .45 Colt/.410 5-shot Taurus Judge revolver (MSRP: $1,499) or a .357 Magnum 7-Shot Model 617 revolver (MSRP: $1,399) with speed loading devices included. Although some pre-assembled emergency kits are filled with generic mystery gear, the premium tools in the First 24 kits have been hand picked by industry experts from trusted companies including CRKT, Zippo, Energizer, and Bright-Strike. Just add ammunition (which is not included) and the kit is ready to go.

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