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POLICE-TREXPO East 2010 Report from the Aisles

Manufacturers brought some of their most innovative tactical tools and vehicles to POLICE-TREXPO East.

October 28, 2010  |  by - Also by this author


Each year at POLICE-TREXPO, the trade show and exposition attracts some of the leading manufacturers of tactical products and vehicles.

This year's show was no exception. The aisles were packed with innovative and intriguing new tools and machines. Here's a look at some of the highlights.

 

Aegis

MK63 Trident

The Aegis MK63 Trident is a multi-faceted less-lethal weapon system. Constructed of a hard impact plastic, the device is an impact weapon, a stun weapon, and a pepper spray delivery system. "The MK63 is the first tool to offer officers a matrix of full-dimensional intermediate force options in a single handheld device," says inventor Kenneth J. Stethem. The Trident features a neuromuscular incapacitation (NMI) system that is digitally controlled and that incapacitates safely and non-invasively. The NMI system has been independently tested and the results have been published in peer-reviewed journals, according to Aegis. Three CR123A lithium batteries power the NMI device, the 135-lumen light, and the laser.

 

Advanced Innovation & Mfg.

Manta Rails

Made of a soft flexible material, the Manta Rail system is designed to cover Picatinny rails on long guns. The Manta Rails not only improve the tactile feel of the weapon, making it easier to hold during an operation, they also protect critical systems like light and laser switches. The Manta Rails have wire channels that allow them to be clipped over laser sight and light wires. They also have internal pockets to protect light and laser sight switches and prevent accidental activation. A variety of Manta Rails are available, including vertical grip models, wire management models, and full rail covers.

 

Dolmen

T.R.A.C. Vehicle

Dolmen promoted its Tactical Response Armored Car (T.R.A.C.) during POLICE-TREXPO East. The T.R.A.C. is essentially an armored steer loader that's been modified to make it a tactical tool. With a top speed of 12 mph, this tracked vehicle is not going to break any speed records, but this machine is designed to move SWAT officers into position not keep up with freeway traffic. The T.R.A.C. is a true all-terrain vehicle that can carry seven fully equipped operators, depending on configuration. Attachments include a raisable platform for inserting officers above the second floor, a grapple for moving vehicles, and a breaching ram.  

 

Emissive Energy

Inforce Flashlight

Emissive Energy's Inforce is a new concept in law enforcement flashlights. Because of their ultra-lightweight carbon fiber construction, the Inforce lights are extremely easy to carry. Each Inforce light also features Emissive Energy's TIROS optical system for high efficiency and improved on-axis illumination. Another great feature of the Inforce lights is their heat vents. Anyone who has used an LED flashlight for an extended period of time knows that they can get very hot. The heat vents on the Inforce keep the flashlight tubes cool to the touch. Designed for the military, Inforce lights are available in sand or grayish black and in palm-sized or duty-sized models. In addition, buyers can choose a white light model or one with color LEDs: red for preserving night vision, blue for fluid detection, green for map reading, and infrared for use with night vision equipment. Using Emissive Energy's attachments, the Inforce light can be easily fitted to long guns.

Tags: TREXPO, Flashlights, Ammunition, Patriot3, TREXPO East, RUAG Ammotec, OshKosh Defense, Specialty Vehicles, Less-Lethal Weapons, Mobile Concepts by Scotty, Inforce

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