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LAPD SWAT Selects LDI's Green-Laser Sighting System

October 16, 2013  | 

Photo courtesy of Laser Devices.
Photo courtesy of Laser Devices.
The LAPD SWAT team has selected the DBAL-A2 green-laser sighting system from Laser Devices, Inc. (LDI) for its tactical carbines, the company announced.

After a comprehensive testing and evaluation process, the LDI DBAL-A2 has been adopted as part of the LAPD SWAT's integrated night capability system. This integrated system also includes BNVD night vision goggles, Wilcox mounts, and IFF equipment.

The DBAL-A2 models deliver operational longevity with a full-metal housing and rugged mounting system, according to LDI.

Tags: LAPD, Laser Devices, Laser Sights, Tactical Gear, Wilcox Industries

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