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February 01, 2009  |  by Thi Dao

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Hardigg: Police Trunk Locker TL500i


Hardigg's Police Trunk Locker (TL500i) is an injection-molded, lightweight trunk locker that stands up to every temperature, condition, and impact. It features a corrosion-resistant, lockable hasp, integrated side handles for comfortable and easy lifting, and molded-in stacking ribs. An extra-deep cavity allows for storage of bulky gear. The case also features two removable organizational trays and two Press & Pull latches for smooth opening. Completely weather-resistant, it measures 36.27 x 18.5 x 19.56 inches.

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Kalispel: Tactical Storage System


Kalispel's Tactical Storage System for Ford Crown Victoria police vehicles is designed to fit in the trunk of the Crown Victoria. Built to withstand heavy use, the storage system can be moved from one vehicle to another. It can be used to store ammunition, cameras, emergency medical equipment, and fragile or sensitive equipment. It includes a distinctive locking system and can be opened and closed with one hand.

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Pelican: 1510 Laptop Overnight Case


The Pelican 1510 Laptop Overnight Case (LOC) is a tough, watertight case designed to protect laptops up to 15.4 inches. It features a separate roomy detachable pouch that can double as a cord holder or a toiletry bag, and the main compartment sports a cloth-lined garment storage unit that can fit up to two days' worth of clothing. At the maximum airline carry-on size, the case offers nearly 1,800 cubic inches of usable storage space. Wheels and an extension handle facilitate transport, and padlock protectors defend against cutting and theft.

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Starlight Cases: SC-091220


The SC-091220 injection-molded case is multi-purpose and can be used to hold pistols, rifles, riot guns and shotguns, grenade launchers, special computers, or other items. Already in use by many law enforcement and military groups, the case has proven itself to be durable in extreme temperatures, in sand, dust, and dirt. Watertight and airtight, it can survive high drops with minor scratches. The case measures 9 x 12 x 20 inches.

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