I was so excited for my husband to recieve this box, it didnt ask for any specifications as to what we use, have currently or will have in the future. It mostly shows universal gun items/gear and knives for outdoor activity so I didnt think much of it. Our first box arrive and we received amazing items, but we can only use one of the items, the utility belt. We dont have a small firearm, we have rifles. We love the outdoors and shooting but we have not gotten small firearms as of yet and dont know when we plan to. Very disappointed that there was no questions to somewhat see what customers have already so they're able to use the items. Nothing but the box itself has been opened, yet there's no return option. I'm really considering canceling this just due to the fact that we may receive something again we wouldnt be able to use. Customer service was contacted and the first person to answer was not very courteous at all, the second one was nicer and explained how to cancel. Very disappointed that theyre not standing behind their customers as much as they do their products...
Not a great box.
Very disappointed, unless you go for the $100 box, you won’t get the real good box...... cancelling for sure, and their customer service just took my review/e-mail in stride...guess they don’t need my $$$
I only purchased a single Level 1 box as a gift for my mother for her birthday. I bought it at the end of the month, days before they were due to ship boxes, so they had time to process it and ship it at the beginning of the next. It didn't ship until over a month after my purchase. Emails my mother and I sent to the seller weren't responded to for days. When my mother received it weeks after her birthday, she was disappointed by the content. 65 dollars isn't cheap, and my mother was so excited and flattered that I bought it for her, only to be let down. If emails had been answered w/in 24 hrs, I might have been less confused, and thus less angry. This might be a decent subscription, but first impressions matter, and if one box is adequate evidence to judge by... needless to say, I'm not buying this again.