When you surf the web you come across all sorts of odd shit and there’s a lot to learn. I guess you could say the more you surf, the less you know. For instance, until just a few minutes ago I didn’t know there was such a thing as a Terrorist Interdiction Bag. Thankfully the good people at onesourcetactical.com have them for sale. They come in handy when, during the course of your daily doings, encounter a terrorist and the need to interdict him/her becomes imperative. I know what “terrorist” means and I know what “bag” means. Now I’m gonna google “interdiction” so I don’t inadvertently interdict someone when it’s not called for. Could be embarrassing.
Snipped from One Source Tactical:
The ugly truth as shown by recent history is that, noble as they may be, the authorities will have a very difficult time being at the right place at the right time. Think of Fort Hood, Mumbai, and countless other events that have given us a profile of the “Soft Target Attack” preferred by the terrorist and active shooter. So who will be at the right place and at the right time?
Maybe it will be you. But will you have the tools needed to prevail?
The TIB is the answer for the man that needs to carry a full high intensity-short duration fighting kit 24/7/365, but in a very compact and ultra-discreet manner. The bag can be dedicated as a pistol only bag, set up for the TSD Glock and the popular “Happy Sticks”, or it can accommodate three Assault Rifle Magazines (AK-47 in any caliber, or M4).
The side zip pockets can carry additional magazine, or weapon accessories and trauma kits. The bag is constructed in a manner to contain and conceal the contents whether the zipper is open or closed. A carry handle as well as a removable carry strap completes the quick and dirty Terrorist Interdiction Bag.
This kit is perfect for daily carry by the undercover operative, private citizen working in a danger-high area, or as a discreet “Desk Bag” for executives that may be facing the threat of an active shooter or terrorist threat. We suggest you do not over-fill it with non-essentials. Quick and dirty. Fill it with weapons, magazines, weapon accessories, and medical stuff. That is all.
Oh yeah, snipped from The Free Dictionary:
tr.v. in·ter·dict·ed, in·ter·dict·ing, in·ter·dicts1. To prohibit or place under an ecclesiastical or legal sanction.2. To forbid or debar, especially authoritatively. See Synonyms at forbid.
3.a. To cut or destroy (a line of communication) by firepower so as to halt an enemy’s advance.b. To confront and halt the activities, advance, or entry of: “the role of the FBI in interdicting spies attempting to pass US secrets to the Soviet Union” (Christian Science Monitor).
n. (ntr-dkt)1. Law A prohibition by court order.2. Roman Catholic Church An ecclesiastical censure that excludes a person or district from participation in most sacraments and from Christian burial.