The Only Ones Dealing Death Enough

From the Bullet 50 website:

Bullet 50’s (fifty) “Street Crime Line” was built for Law enforcement and military operators who desire concealment clothing for UC or off duty use. The number one complaint by plain-clothes operators/officers is the lack of functional clothing for law enforcement use. Our “Street Crime Line” Denim Jeans, Covert Khaki, Concealment Shorts and Ambush Jacket provide the answer. Bullet 50 takes on the challenge of outfitting off-duty officers, who carry off-duty weapons. Most police officers carry an off duty weapon, sometime in their career. One of the biggest complaints officers have is the lack of an off-duty product which offer true concealment that is effective. A fanny pack alerts everyone around you that you are an off-duty officer. Bullet 50’s jeans/pants offer so much flexibility; an officer would never have to buy a regular pair jeans or pants again. If you are a police supply store or tactical gear store, which supplies police equipment to police officers, why should that officer buy police equipment at your store and then go to the local mall and buy a pair of jeans, which are not even functional in fighting crime.

Don’t blow your cover! Bullet 50 was created for officers who normally carry handgun and other law enforcement gear in their regular attire. Standard jeans worn by most officers working in such units as gang, narcotics, special enforcement details, tactical training and off duty are not built for law enforcement needs. This usually means large holsters, fanny packs, or exposed gear hanging from pockets, which sends obvious signals. The only other alternative was mountaineering inspired clothing that poorly met their concealment needs. For the hard working street cop and federal agent the only mountains we climb are measured in kilograms.

A product line created by LEOs for LEOs of concealed carry wear so that law enforcement officers can carry a concealed weapon while off-duty or undercover with clothes that appear as simple conventional clothes. Sounds like a good idea. Capitalism is always good, so more power to them. But they also sell this:

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via The Agitator


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