Datum Weapons Cabinet Receives Perfect Score from NTOA
January 16, 2020
Datum is pleased to announce that its Weapons Cabinet has received a perfect score from the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) “Member Tested and Recommended Program.”
In order to receive this score, a variety of factors were taken into account. The design, durability, ease of use, performance, and versatility were just a few of the factors reviewing members considered when testing the Weapons Cabinet. In every tested category, the cabinet received a 5 out of 5 and was rated “excellent” in all pertinent categories.
One of the members who tested the Weapons Cabinet from Pennsylvania stated, “The Argos weapons storage cabinet is a universal weapons storage system available with a variety of customizable features which allow for storage of all type weapon systems, as well as ammunition and other gear that may need to be secured.” Versatility is one of the hallmarks of Datum’s outstanding Weapons Cabinet.
If you’re looking for sufficient weapons storage that you can count on for durability and security, reach out to Datum today for more information at: 800-828-8018 or by requesting a quote online.
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