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Grab and Go

August 31, 2010

Most civilian packs aren't up to the task of handling a cop's multitude of weapons, accessories, and random must-have items securely and without falling apart after some rough use. Read on for a selection of storage options that can fit a bunch and take a tumble with no trouble.

Police Product Test: Voodoo Tactical Matrix Assault Pack

July 30, 2010

Scott Smith reviews the Voodoo Tactical Matrix Assault Pack, BlackHawk Warrior Wear Shell and Jacket, EMA Tactical Countdown Magazine and Grip, and Danner Striker II GTX boots.

Police Product Test: 5.11 Tactical's Tactical Trainers Footwear

June 24, 2010

Scott Smith reviews 5.11 Tactical's Tactical Trainers, Remington Premier Rescue Knife, Uncle Mike's Wheeled Duffel Bag, and Rudy Project Genetyk Protective Eyewear.

ASAP Survival Gear Launches Line of Pre-Packed Go Bags

May 17, 2010
ASAP Survival Gear offers a customizable, self-contained, portable system of packs and specialized gear to prepare you for when disaster or an unexpected emergency strikes.

Soft Bag-Hard Case Combination

February 26, 2010
You can leave your rifle, ammo, and binoculars inside your Boyt soft bag, place them inside your Boyt hard case and go. The distinctive soft bag and hard case combination makes transporting your rifle convenient.

Police Product Test: Pelican Hardigg FieldPak

February 5, 2010

We review the Pelican Products Hardigg FieldPak, 5.11 Tactical Scout Folder Knife, BlackHawk Tactical Ballistic Vest Carrier, and Tango Down AR Magazines and Rail Covers.

Police Product Test: SureFire LX2 Flashlight

January 14, 2010

Scott Smith reviews the SureFire LX2 Lumamax Flashlight, Wiley X Hybrid Gloves, Eberlestock Gunslinger, and EOTAC Vickers Gloves.

A Grab Bag to Go

January 12, 2010
I find it a necessity now more than ever to have a grab bag within arm's reach. To prepare for active shooters, school crises, and terrorism, you've got to have the necessary equipment and now!

CamelBak TriZip Pack

December 29, 2009

Scott Smith reviews gear from CamelBak, Insight Tech-Gear, Woolrich, and the Mako Group.

Police Product Test: 5.11 Tactical Light for Life

November 19, 2009

Scott Smith reviews 5.11 Tactical Light for Life, Tru-Spec 24-7 3-in-1 Jacket, Trijicon RMR Sight, and S.O. Tech Go Bag.

Police Product Test: Safariland RR CQLR Scope

October 19, 2009

Scott Smith reviews Safariland RR CQLR Scope, Under Armour Blackout Gloves, and Boyt Harness Tactical Gear Bag.

Police Product Test: Ameriglo Pro Sights

September 17, 2009

I was impressed with the Pro Sights. The front sight was fast and easy to pick up and allowed for accurate delivery of shots at ranges from three to 50 yards. Simply put, these sights are damn fine.

Carry-On Storm Case

February 1, 2008
ATA-approved, unbreakable, and water-tight, the iM2500 will carry all your electronics and clothing safely and securely on your next trip. The New Utility Organizer fits into the iM2500's lid and provides you with lots of pockets for small electronics, your 3-1-1 regulated liquids, and more.

Police Product Test: Zero Tolerance Ranger Green Knife

January 1, 2008

The Ranger Green knife from Kershaw's sister company Zero Tolerance is a no-nonsense, hard-use knife built for duty use and made to stand up to and survive the harshest environments.

Patrol Bags

October 1, 2007
5.11’s 3-in-1 Patrol bag is designed for patrol, range, and travel. Constructed of 600-denier textured polyester, the bag measures 19 x 13.5 x 6.25 inches and includes a large, diagonal slash to secure the bag to the front passenger seat.

Spec-Ops Medical Pouch

March 1, 2006
Many first-aid pouches used by SWAT are too small and are not clearly marked as medical specific, which can waste critical time when someone is injured. The Spec-Ops Brand Medical Pouch is large enough to carry all of the components of the new IFAK (Improved First-Aid Kit) and has a permanently attached red webbing top strap for immediate identification. Made of double-wall 1,000-denier Cordura, it is available in two sizes, in black, olive, tan, coyote brown, and the new ACU pattern.

RoadWired Skooba Laptop Bags

September 1, 2005
The Skooba Satchel from RoadWired contains more than a dozen compartments and pockets, in addition to the main compartment designed to safely carry a laptop computer. RoadWired’s Air Square material absorbs shock with hundreds of individually sealed air cushions. On the front of the satchel is a separate organizer section with compartments for media, phone, pens, keys, cords, and other small items.
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