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Handheld LRAD - American Technology Corporation

June 1, 2009
American Technology Corporation has miniaturized its powerful LRAD technology for emergency responders. With the new handheld LRAD 100X, police and emergency responders can communicate clearly over crowd noise to control riots and issue instructions.

Elite CCW Shirt - Woolrich

June 1, 2009
Woolrich Elite Series Tactical’s warm weather line is designed to keep operatives cool and comfortable without sacrificing practical features. New this season is the Elite Concealed Carry Weapons Shirt. The CCW two-pocket short-sleeve shirt is designed for a discreet and casual street look.

WinX2 Boot - Original S.W.A.T.

May 1, 2009
Original S.W.A.T.’s brand new WinX2 is an eight-inch black boot built with a slip- and oil-resistant outsole (including an arch ladder tread for extra grip on rope rappels), riveted steel shank, and moisture-wicking lining. Additionally, the WinX2 has a uniform-code leather and 1,000-denier nylon upper, rust-proof lacing hardware, padded ankle collar, rear heel kick-plate, and removable orthotic footbed, all for under $75.

NOVA-DR Distraction Round - Lightfield Less Lethal

May 1, 2009
Lightfield Less Lethal’s new NOVA-DR is a 12-gauge distraction round. Rated at 110DbA, this indirect fire load was designed as a viable alternative to a hand-thrown flash-bang (NFDD). The NOVA-DR produces an intense muzzle flash and concussion that is ideal for making entries or diverting attention away from other team operations.

SWAT Training Grenade - Securesearch

April 1, 2009
Securesearch Inc. has developed a reusable SWAT training grenade that comes in three optional electronic fuse configurations. The first has instantaneous detonation after arming, for use in boobytrap training operations or as a stake mine training aid. The second has an adjustable time delay fuse.

Pocket-Size Trauma Treatment Kits - Blueline Tactical

April 1, 2009
Blueline Tactical’s ResQ-PAKs are pocket-size trauma self-treatment kits for the law enforcement, tactical, and military community. The vacuum-sealed lightweight packs are available in three levels, each containing a specific combination of first-aid supplies recommended for a different level of threat.

Zipcuff - B-Safe Industries

March 1, 2009
B-Safe Industries’ new NTOA member tested and recommended Zipcuff uses patented new technology in law enforcement restraints. Zipcuff enhances user safety by enabling the officer to cuff both wrists and control a suspect with one hand in 1.5 seconds. It is re-useable and can be unlocked with a standard handcuff key.

Night Spirit-2 Monocular - American Technologies Network

March 1, 2009
The Night Spirit-2 is a rugged and lightweight hand-held night vision monocular that uses multi-coated optics specially coated to gather light to provide bright and clear images coupled with state-of-the art quality image Gen 2 intensifier tubes. A built-in illuminator allows you to see clearly, even in total darkness.

Sawfly-TX - Revision Eyewear

March 1, 2009
Revision Eyewear, leading supplier of ballistic eyewear to the U.S. Military, launches the Sawfly-TX Tactical Eyewear System. Its weightless frame provides second-to-none comfort, while ultra-thin arms ensure comfortable compatibility with ear-pro and communications headsets.

iEvac Fire Escape Hood - Elmridge Protection Products

February 1, 2009
The iEvac Fire Escape Hood has earned certification to the new American Standard ANSI/ISEA110. It protects against fire-related risks including toxic gases, harmful particulates, and life-threatening physical hazards. The iEvac contains a HEPA filter that removes more than 99.97 percent of sub-micron particles such as anthrax, smallpox, and radioactive particles.
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