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HABCO’s School Survival Kits

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A Glastonbury-based manufacturer has made “a case” that its product can help school safety.

HABCO Industries is marketing what it calls a “Traumaid School Survival And Rescue Kit” to school districts around the country.

The kit, which is housed in a Pelican briefcase and comes with a price tag of up to $1500, can be customized to what a school wants to help prevent another Newtown.

Optional items include a deployable ladder, a heavy-duty door stop, a tactical smoke grenade, and even an 800,000 volt stun gun.

“Some schools don’t have multiple stories, so they don’t need a ladder, some school systems are uncomfortable having a stun gun or having pepper spray in their kit, they don’t need to put it in, at the end of the day we’re trying to provide a kit that will buy time,” Brian Montanari, HABCO CEO, said.

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