Now here is how I would REALLY want my funeral to be like! Grumpy
OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — A lighting installation job led to one man being trapped inside a gun safe in southwest Oklahoma City Tuesday night.
The man was installing a light inside his walk-in gun safe when he door closed behind him, locking him inside.
Another person at the home tried to unlock the safe from the outside, but the door wouldn’t open.
Oklahoma City Firefighters were called to the home and were able to pry the door open. The man was freed from the safe and unharmed.
“With the new Tactical Air Horn, your locked, unloaded assault weapon you haven’t registered with the California government can now become a fearsome yet humane noise deterrent,” says one of the ads for the new product. “Criminals trying to stab and rob you will briefly cover their ears and wince in discomfort before they resume stabbing and robbing you. Get yours today!”
The new AR attachment features 8 ounces of tactical compressed air and a tactical horn capable of unleashing up to 129 decibels of tactical noise directly into the ear canal of an assailant. They are available in both semi-automatic and automatic.
The new product retails for $325 and has already been banned in California.