Program to Provide Special Pricing on ZORE X Gun Locks for Millions of Law Enforcement Officers, Soldiers and Veterans
Jerusalem, Israel, June 11, 2018 – ZØRE, maker of the world’s fastest locked-to-loaded gun lock, announced today the launch of its LEO program which offers discounts to Law Enforcement, Military and Veterans on the company’s unique gun lock products. Purchases through the program will receive a 10% discount on the ZØRE X gun lock.
“Those who serve and protect us deserve our respect and gratitude – not just in word but in action,” said Bruno Escojido, CEO of ZORE. “This program is a small token of our appreciation for their service and dedication to their fellow citizens and country. As a company founded by veterans, we believe in giving back to that community.”
The ZØRE X keeps handguns ready to fire at a moment’s notice, but completely safe from unauthorized users through its patent-pending technology. The cartridge-shaped lock, placed in the gun’s chamber, is secured through a unique combination-lock dial, RAPIDialTM, which allows for swift unlocking under any circumstances, including complete darkness. Once a user inputs the code, one simple charging motion both ejects the ZØRE X lock and chambers a fresh round.
“As an early supporter of ZORE, I’m proud that they’ve chosen to provide my fellow law enforcement officers and military personnel a discount on their products,” said Stephen Day of the Maine Police Department. “Law enforcement officers are responsible for keeping people safe, and a product like ZORE, that can help keep kids safe from firearms in the home, is a must for any gun-owner, including off-duty police.”
ZØRE X has already sold thousands of units since its launch in January 2018 and has received significant positive feedback from the gun-owning community. The caliber-specific lock is currently available in 9mm, with plans to roll out .40 and .45 caliber versions in the coming months. In addition, an AR15 5.56 version and ZORE’s Alert series, which will include connectivity feature for increased awareness, are both currently in development.