Taurus Introduces ‘The First 24 Judge Kit’

Taurus will introduce a survival kit – with firearm — at the NRA Show this weekend.

The $1499 First 24 Judge Kit is designed to assist you for the first 24 hours of a catastrophe.

The Taurus AimPro-tuned Judge offers the flexibility of .45 LC/.410 chamberings, and reloading is quick and simple with two Bianchi Speed Strips. The Hogue Mono-grip offers improved grip in inclement weather, and the tan X-COAT finish fights off corrosion.

The First 24 Judge kit comes in a flat-dark-earth-colored I-Series SKB case. Inside are tools that are useful in a bad situation. All of the items are secured in laser-cut foam for exact fitting:

 

—  CRKT Sting knife is a dependable item to be used as a self-defense and/or cutting tool.

—  The Brite-Strike ELPI is a brilliant 160-lumen flashlight with an on/off/strobe mode.

— Brite-Strike APALS are waterproof lighting/marking devices with adhesive backings that can be placed anywhere. The APALS have a run time of 80+ hours, can be seen up to ½ mile, and have three modes – fast strobe, slow strobe, and on/off.

— Zippo Fire Starters use a simple flint wheel to spark water-resistant waxed tinder sticks that are included and stored in a waterproof case.

— Six AA batteries on a SlimLine Caddy.

— Suunto compass and 20 feet of 550 Para cord. Protect those you love and survive the unspeakable with the First 24 Judge kit at your side.

 

FIRST 24 JUDGE KIT SPECS

  • Taurus Judge (XCOAT Tan) .45 Colt/.410
  • AimPro Tactical Enhancement Package
  • I-Series SKB Case (FDE)
  • Bianchi Speed Strips-Qty 2
  • CRKT Sting (FDE)
  • Brite-Strike® ELPI (FDE)
  • Brite-Strike® APALS (green/red/white) 1 of each color
  • Hogue Inc. Mono-grip
  • Zippo Fire Starter kit
  • Suunto Compass
  • Energizer batteries (AA)-Qty 6
  • Slim Line caddy for batteries
  • 550 Para cord bundle (20ft)
  • MSRP: $1499

 

As always, Texas and U.S. Law Shield do not endorse any specific company or product.  It is however, always interesting to see what new items are being made available in the firearms industry.

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