It’s a site that sells monthly “KICK ASS GEAR” designed by special ops soldiers that would help any soldier during combat. They ship “Special Operations tested and hand picked gear straight to your door step.” For example the tools featured in Dakota’s picture include a “handcuff shim” and tool to pick a lock. While these tools might be handy to have if you were a soldier in Afghanistan, or a tourist planning to travel to North Korea, or a member of a Colombia drug cartel, it seems bizarre for the average American to feel a need for such tools. In fact, these are the type of tools that would be particularly useful to a criminal who was planning to break into a house, or remove handcuffs used by police to make an arrest after the burglary. It’s like feeling a need to own an assault weapon. “Why?” It’s the criminals in our society that would have a real use for these tools. Even if the average Joe owned them, what are the chances that he’d have access to these tools if he were ever taken prisoner? If you keep these tools in your wallet, would you ask your abductor to let you get your tools out of your wallet before he restrained you? Most people who own an assault weapon wouldn’t take it with them when they went out to a bar…like the Pulse!
Moreover when weapons and tools like this are owned by civilians, who is most likely to be injured by the weapons?
“A gun is a necessity. Who knows if you’re walking down a street and you spot a moose?” Pat Paulsen