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Safariland brand Protech Tactical unveiled its new Tactical Weapons Trunk Box, which enables you to safely and securely store key items like long-arm weapons, helmets and plate racks in your vehicle.

 

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According to the listing on Safariland’s website, this product features a type IIIA ballistic shield which is integrated into the trunk box as the lid. An officer can be armed with a Protech ballistic shield in a matter of seconds via a quick deployment motion.

 

The Tactical Weapons Trunk Box, which fits in most patrol cars, also sports a unique design, including a full length tongue and groove rear hinge assembly, thereby reducing the chances of prying open the vault from the rear, while allowing the cover to be removed in confined areas.

 

“Domestic and international political environments have evolved rapidly over the past year,” said Todd Mackler, vice president of Armor for The Safariland Group. “Terrorist and active-shooter threat levels have increased, reinforcing the need for agencies to seek secondary tactical equipment for additional protection over daily uniforms and ballistic packages. With the Tactical Weapons Trunk Box, we have reinforced our industry leadership and successfully transitioned our focus to the increasing demand for active-shooter preparation and protection.”

 

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The Tactical Weapons Trunk Box features a black powder coast finish and is available in two sizes, small and large, at a MSRP of $2,250.00 and $2,320.00 respectively. Visit https://www.safariland.com for more information.

 

  • .125” Aluminum material
  • Available in 36” x 16” with 2 height options: [7” or 12”]
  • 7” Option weighs 36 lbs. [ballistic Shield Lid weighs 14 lbs.]
  • 12” Option weighs 49 lbs. [ballistic Shield Lid weighs 14 lbs.]
  • Key lock or optional 3 digit rotary combination
  • Side ventilation holes
  • Collapsible carry handles

 

About PROTECH Tactical

PROTECH® Tactical has maintained the leading position in the tactical armor industry for more than 25 years by continually pursuing its passion to create the gear most coveted by tactical teams throughout the world. PROTECH Tactical takes pride in providing the most comprehensive offering of field proven hard and soft armor. Its cutting edge line up of ballistic tactical vests, shields, armor plates, helmets non-ballistic load-carrying systems and other accessories provide unparalleled head to toe protection. PROTECH Tactical is a part of The Safariland Group family of brands. For more information, visit www.safariland.com/protech-tactical.

 

About The Safariland Group

The Safariland Group is a leading global provider of a broad range of safety and survivability products designed for the public safety, military, professional and outdoor markets. The Safariland Group offers a number of recognized brand names in these markets including Safariland®, Med-Eng®, ABA®, Second Chance®, VIEVU®, Mustang Survival®, Bianchi®, Break Free®, Protech® Tactical, Defense Technology®, Hatch®, Monadnock®, Identicator® and NIK®. The Safariland Group’s mission, “Together, We Save Lives”, is inherent in the lifesaving and protective products it delivers. The Safariland Group is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. The Safariland Group is a trade name of Safariland, LLC. For more information about The Safariland Group and these products, please visit www.safariland.com.

 

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