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G3 LED Flashlight - SureFire

February 1, 2008
The SureFire G3 LED was designed with law enforcement in mind. Officers need both high output and long runtime and there isn’t always time to recharge a flashlight in the field.

LBE Loadbearing Vest  - 5.11 Tactical

February 1, 2008
Designed by former Special Forces operator and shooting and tactics instructor Kyle Lamb, 5.11’s LBE Vest is made of stiff mesh and sturdy nylon so it provides structure for gear, yet promotes airflow for breathability.

New Stinger DS LED - Streamlight

February 1, 2008
Streamlight has introduced a new version of its most popular rechargeable law enforcement flashlight, the Stinger DS LED. The new model features innovative Dual-Switch technology that gives officers full control over light power and brightness from either switch location.

Rapid Light System - Safariland

January 1, 2008
Safariland, a BAE Systems company, has introduced the Rapid Light System (RLS), which combines a gun-mounted light and hand-held flashlight into one integrated light system. The RLS system employs a single, ultra-bright flashlight and separate gun mount with a built-in clip.

Listen-Only Earpiece - Klein Electronics

January 1, 2008
Klein Electronics has introduced the New Shadow-Pro Enhanced Listen-Only Earpiece. This Public Safety Series, which has excellent voice quality, is small and more concealed than any other earpiece.

FNH Five-seveN Holster - Fobus Holsters

January 1, 2008
Fobus Holsters’ new Evolution Series holster for the FNH Five-seveN utilizes Fobus’ passive retention system that secures the pistol while allowing instant presentation, without the need to disengage mechanical securing devices.

Task Force Boots - Lowa

January 1, 2008
Lowa’s Task Force collection of both heavy-duty and lighter weight boots is designed for law enforcement and military professionals who require the best in ankle and underfoot support and security.
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Launchable Car Tagging and Tracking System - StarChase

January 1, 2008
If your patrol car is outfitted with the StarChase device, you can push a button and launch a small, sticky GPS transmitter onto a car bumper to wirelessly track the vehicle without a lengthy and dangerous high-speed pursuit.

Casual Leather Belts - 5.11 Tactical

January 1, 2008
5.11 Tactical has introduced seven new leather belts for everyday casual, plainclothes, and undercover wear. Constructed of full-grain leather, each belt measures 1.5 inches wide and incorporates a Permastiff insert for stable holster wear.

BK Radio Adapter - Klein Electronics

December 1, 2007
Klein Electronics has introduced the "BK-Adapter" for Bendix King radios. The BK-Adapter connects any headset or earpiece that has a Kenwood or RELM two-pin connector to Bendix King radios.
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