First Responders
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First Responders include, but are not limited to:

  • All sworn Law Enforcement (LE) officers, including State, County, and Local
  • All Federal LE officers (FBI, US Marshal, DEA, etc.)
  • All Retired LE officers, including Federal, State, County, and Local
  • All Corrections Officers, including Parole and Probation Officers
  • State-licensed Security Companies (e.g., Loomis Fargo, RAM Security, Securitas, etc.)
  • State and local-licensed Security Officers
  • Active military personnel – all branches
  • National Guard personnel – all branches
  • Military Reserve personnel – all branches
  • Disabled military personnel (in any capacity)
  • Officially retired military veterans
  • Licensed Paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs)
  • Firefighters (including volunteers)
  • Additional fire personnel, including Fire Marshalls and Arson Detectives
  • First Responders
  • County Coroners
  • All Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employees
  • Commercial Pilot License holders, regardless of class
  • Federal Flight Deck Officers
  • Court Judges and Court Officers
  • District Attorneys and Deputy District Attorneys
  • NRA Certified Firearms Instructors
  • LE Academy or College students with proof of enrollment in a Criminal Justice Program
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Eagle Tactical Systems
1485 Saint Paul Ave.
Gurnee, IL 60031-2149

Eagle.tactical@gmail.com
https://www.eagletactical.us

847-341-4913



The right of self-defense against others or institutions is generally accepted under natural law as a God given right to preserve our liberty. The original intent of the Second Amendment is to ensure three basic principles of defending individual liberty; 1. Self-defense against others 2. Self-defense of the home 3. that every able-bodied American was armed and willing to defend their liberty against any standing army thus securing the protection of the citizen from the tyranny of foreign powers, the Federal government and the States. The Fourteenth Amendment was enacted after the civil war to reaffirm that the Second Amendment applied to the States as well. This right can only be invalidated by an amendment to the Constitution proposed by the Congress or a Constitutional Convention and ratified by three-quarters of the states.

Hours


M-Th: 9am - 5pm
Friday: 9 - 11 am, 3 - 6 pm
Sat-Sunday: By appointment

Telephone


847-782-9000 ext. 5002
cell: 847-341-4913

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