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12 Great Holiday Gifts for Cops

Just about every cop can use one or more of these outstanding products and tools.

December 20, 2010  |  by - Also by this author

Pelican Products: Hardigg Fieldpak

The FieldPak consists of Pelican Hardigg's tougher than nails Storm Case and a double rifle case made by Eagle Industries that fits inside the Storm Case and can also be removed for use on its own. This combination should keep a pair of long guns protected in just about anything duty can dish out. The Hardigg Storm Case is water- and dust-proof thanks to its inner seals and pressure latches. Hardigg makes the FieldPak for long guns from an M4 to a full-size tactical rifle such as an M21 or M24. List price is $360.

Safariland: Shooters Range Bag

Safariland's Model 4555 shooter's range bag features a removable center carry compartment with zippered, padded side panels for four separate handgun compartments. It has removable, adjustable storage loops for extra magazines and adjustable hook-and-loop dividers to customize accessory space. The outer bag features a dual-zipper opening, a flat-side zipper pocket, ID window, and large outside zippered pocket for other accessories. Overall dimensions are 14 X 19 X 10 inches. It retails for $78.

SureFire: Pen III

SureFire's Pen III is one of the few tactical pens on the market with a retractable point so you don't have to worry about losing the cap. Machined from aerospace aluminum the body is hard anodized to military standards. The Pen III is also an excellent writing tool with a Schmidt EasyFlow ink cartridge that produces smooth sharp lines. List price is $115.

TASER International: TASER C2 ECD

TASER's C2 consumer model is an excellent personal defense weapon. The C2 offers off-duty officers the same level of neuro muscular incapacitation (NMI) as their on-duty X26 TASERs, but the duration of the pulse is 30 seconds in contrast to the X26's five-second ride. The C2's much longer pulse duration is intended to give civilians the opportunity to escape from an attacker, but it's sure to give off-duty officers enough time to secure the subject. Prices range from $349.99 for a C2 and one cartridge to $449.99 for a deluxe kit with multiple cartridges.

Tru-Spec: 3-in-1 Jacket

Not merely a jacket, but a system, Tru-Spec's 24-7 3-in-1 consists of an outer water-resistant jacket and a zip-out fleece liner that can be worn separately or together. The outer jacket has zippered hand warmer/cargo pockets, low-profile chest pockets, zip-out identification/badge plackets, and side zippers allowing easy access to your weapon. Whether used alone or in tandem with the outer shell, the zip-out fleece liner is soft and very comfortable. When used as a liner, its zippered slash hand warmer pockets secure small items. When used as a standalone jacket, its zippered pockets give it a finished, professional look. Best of all, this three-in-one is priced so as not to break the bank and is well made. List price is $169.99.

Wiley X: Black Ops Eyewear

Each model in the new Wiley X line includes shatterproof lenses and frames that exceed ANSI Z87 high-velocity impact and safety standards. The line includes the Revolver, AirRage, Hydro, P-17, Airborne, Slay, Brick, and Reign. All have Rx-ready frames, and three feature Wiley X's Top Down ventilation and removable foam Facial Cavity seal to keep cool air circulating, so shooters retain clear vision. List prices range from $75.

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Tags: Blackhawk, SureFire, TASER, Safariland, 5.11 Tactical, Brite-Strike, Pelican Products, Elbeco, Tru-Spec By Atlanco, Benchmade, Wiley X, ESS Eyepro

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