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Smith & Wesson Disaster Ready Kits

Smith & Wesson Disaster Ready Kits

Smith & Wesson's new Disaster Ready Kits are available with either a SW40VE or a SW9VE pistol. The kits are housed in a Hardigg waterproof Storm Case that features press-and-pull latches and a soft-grip handle. Two layers of supplies are separated by protective foam. Each kit includes four space blankets, emergency food for four people for three days, a first-aid kit, a crank radio/flashlight combo, a multitool, water purification tablets, a pocket survival pack, and a 12x12-inch waterproof document bag.

For more information, contact Smith & Wesson, 2100 Roosevelt Ave., Springfield, MA 01104; 800-331-0852; www.smith-wesson.com.


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