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Small Auto Carry - Haugen

March 1, 2001
The bane of "fanny pack" carry is that often people spot it for what it is -- a gun pack. This is a handy alternative. If you elect to carry a small semi-auto, Haugen Handgun Leather may have just the ticket.

Carbon-15 Type 97S Centerfire Rifle - Professional Ordnance

December 1, 2000
Professional Ordnance introduces its new Carbon-15 Type 97S centerfire rifle, built from the ground up to provide shooters with outstanding performance, durability and accuracy. Factory-tuned internal parts on the new Type 97S provide aftermarket performance right out of the box.

940 AXIS Folder - Benchmade

November 1, 2000
The trademark AXIS lock, combined with dual thumb studs, make the model 940 a totally ambidextrous cutting tool. Benchmade 722 AXIS folder has a sleek, geometric Tanto-shape blade, beveled on both sides and sporting ATS-34 stainless steel, giving it maximum cutting power for various applications.

Sidesaddle Light Mount

October 1, 2000

Advanced Cleaning Products - Sports Care Products

October 1, 2000
Sports Care Products, Inc. has introduced several new products, including bore cleaner for lead, black powder, plastic wad fouling, copper and all organic residues. These cleaning products come in a patented GEL formula that won't run or soak, stays put on the brush and completely coats the bore surface, unlike many solvent-based products that flash off and evaporate.

Ear Protection Headset - ProEars

October 1, 2000
Leightning Powered by ProEars, a new ear protection device from Howard Leight Hearing Protection, compresses loud noises to safe levels. This electronic hearing protection device works by compressing sound with DSC (Dynamic Sound Compression) to within 72 decibels, so every sound is heard with clarity and no distortion.
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