As an advocate for Enhanced Non-Lethal technologies like the Pro V2, you'd probably expect me to be the type of guy who stands on a soapbox and preaches against arming private security officers with lethal force.
And I'm sorry to disappoint you, but that's not always the case.
Lethal force has its place in the private security industry, and clients ultimately decide what they are comfortable with when contracting a security provider or establishing their own internal security department. There are plenty of sensitive sites, buildings, etc. where an armed presence is very sensible. What I will advocate for, however, is layering an armed officer's force options with an Enhanced Non-Lethal tool to create an "enhanced" armed presence.