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Henry Repeating Arms Stainless Steel Handcuffs - Henry Repeating Arms Company

June 1, 2005
Henry Repeating Arms’ new stainless steel handcuffs are made of Type 304 stainless steel. Although lightweight at only nine ounces, the cuffs offer double-lock security, U.S. National Institute of Justice compliance, and a 19-tooth ratchet system. Optional custom engraving is available for easy identification and each pair of cuffs comes with a lifetime warranty.

Bilsom Noise-Reduction Earmuffs - Howard Leight

March 1, 2005
Already known for earmuffs that provide hearing protection when shooting on the range, Bilsom now offers noise-blocking earmuffs that feature new designs and a new technology to improve performance in any environment.

Pepper Gel - Mace Security International

January 1, 2005
Less-lethal OC weapons are now available in a gel form from Mace Security International. Take Down 10-percent pepper gel is a nontoxic, nonflammable, water-soluble gel that contains 1.4 percent capsaicinoids concentration and has more range than Mace stream products.

OC Spray Flashlight - TigerLight

October 1, 2004
Now in use by the U.S. Air Force, Tigerlight is a flashlight that can also be used to deploy pepper spray. With Tigerlight, an officer has immediate access to pepper spray while a suspect only sees a flashlight. This combination tool also leaves an officer’s other hand free to grab his gun if necessary.

Women’s Boxers - LEAP

September 1, 2004
LEAP manufactures boxer shorts designed for active women. Invented by a fire division chief, the underwear was created to allow for modest changes into uniforms and to fit comfortably on a woman’s body, without causing bunching, binding, or visible lines. LEAP boxers are available in two fabrics and a variety of prints.

Cut-Resistant Glove Liners - Hatch

March 1, 2004
Hatch has added the X11 liner to its series of gloves, offering extreme cut resistance without additional bulk. The gloves are designed to be comfortable and flexible enough for any task while protecting the entire hand against injury from sharp objects. The new glove can resist 11 pounds of cut force, more than twice that of the former leader, the Hatch Friskmaster Max.

Classic Boot - Original S.W.A.T.

May 1, 2003
Original S.W.A.T.’s Classic boots are built for durability as well as comfort. With a stitched outsole and full-grain leather toe, each shoe contains athletic cushioning accompanied by a steel shank. The boots’ 1000-denier nylon allows for maximum breathability. Classic boots are available in various men and women’s sizes, including half sizes.

5.11 Tactical Shirt - Royal Robbins

March 1, 2003
The 5.11 tactical shirt from Royal Robbins is made from 5.8-ounce cotton canvas and is available with long or short sleeves for men and women. The shirt features a back vent and moisture-wicking lining to keep you cool, as well as triple-needle stitching and melamine buttons for lasting wear. The long-sleeve model also features double elbows.

Cap Stun Training Program - Zarc International

November 1, 2002
Zarc International's Cap Stun pepper spray training kit includes one holster, three inert training sprays, a video, an audio CD, a training manual, paper targets, and an examination sheet. Follow the simple video, audio, and print instructions, practice the training drills, and send your completed exam back to the company for your certification. You must score 100 percent on the test to become certified.

SL3.2.1 SpeedLok Holster - Bianchi International

April 1, 2002
Bianchi's new SL3.2.1 SpeedLok Duty Holster was created as a response to officer concerns about weapon security. The SpeedLok's Auto Retention system secures automatically, preventing both weapon fallout and take away attempts without the need for snaps, bails, or other devices. The duty weapon can be twisted and pulled in any direction, but it cannot be removed from the holster unless you release the SpeedLok lever.
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