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Lighting The Way

June 1, 2006

More than 25 years ago I enlisted in the Air Force Reserve as a security policeman. Back then a duty light was the two “D” cell, right angle light. If you were able to track down the straight version, man you were on the cutting edge of light technology. It wasn’t long after I arrived back home to my unit that we got really high tech with the arrival of the Mag Lite. This was like introducing the centerfire cartridge to an infantryman.

Pelican Products M12 Alkaline Flashlight

June 1, 2006
Built from die-cast aluminum, Pelican Products’ 8140 flashlight is among the lightest in its class at 1.52 pounds with batteries. It’s powered by four C alkaline batteries and sports a high-pressure, super-bright xenon bulb that provides 72 lumens of light for nearly eight hours. A distinct patented octagonal body design and a vinyl sure-grip for all-weather usage are also featured. Like all Pelican products, the 8140 is backed by the company’s lifetime guarantee.

Streamlight Weapon Lights

April 1, 2006

Streamlight’s newest weapon-mounted lights can also be used as handheld duty lamps.

Emissive Energy Inova T4 Flashlight

March 1, 2006

Inova’s first rechargeable patrol light is tough and powerful.

SHOT Show 2006: Report from the Show Floor

March 1, 2006

You probably think you have seen every possible rifle that can be derived from the basic AR platform. Think again.

TigerLight Component Upgrade Package

January 1, 2006
The Ultimate TigerLight upgrade package contains three of the company’s latest component upgrades for the TigerLight Non-Lethal Defense System. The combination package contains the original TigerLight, the new Super Premium Rechargeable Battery Pack, the new Generation 4 lamp module with tighter focus, and the International Smart/Fast Charger. The combo pack is also available in Desert Camouflage for an additional cost.

AE Light PL14 HID Power Light

January 1, 2006
The new PL14 14-watt Power Light from AE Light produces more than 800 lumens of true white light in a compact beam, making it an optimal personal searchlight, ideal for law enforcement, border patrol, and search and rescue. The PL14 comes with a protective rubber lens and end caps to protect the device, and strap rings and a strap are included for easy carrying.

Pelican Products M6 Flashlight Series

January 1, 2006

If you need a small, but powerful flashlight, check out these hard-use beauties.

QuiqLite Tac Series

December 1, 2005
Enclosed in a precision-machined high-strength aircraft aluminum case with anodized finish, each flashlight in the QuiqLite Tactical Series features an aluminum faceted reflector and a polycarbonate lens. The QuiqLite Tactical Series is available in three models: the 3-watt Luxeon III LED Tac 1 Mini, the 3-watt Luxeon III LED Tac 2, and the 1-watt Luxeon Star Tac 3 Rechargeable. Each provides more than 100,000 usage hours.

Pelican Products Night-Vision Compatible Light

November 1, 2005
In response to a need for portable night-vision friendly light, Pelican Products’ VB3 2220NV LED, the latest addition to its VersaBrite line, is designed to meet the need for portable, night-vision-friendly light. The VB3 2220NV LED provides more than 100 hours of burn time. The twin red LEDs preserve night vision while generating 5.5 lumens for tasks such as map reading.

Streamlight Stinger 10th Anniversary Set

September 1, 2005
Streamlight’s limited-edition gift set to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Stinger flashlight comes in an engraved cherry wood box with a flocked interior. The set includes the rechargeable black Stinger flashlight, serialized for positive identification, and a special edition Al Mar Nomad tactical folding knife. Also included in the gift set are an AC/DC charger and holder.

BlackHawk Products Group Night Ops Gladius Flashlight

September 1, 2005

Over the years in police products there have been fewer and fewer items that have a high “wow” factor. We see a lot of redesigns and improvements to many current products, but precious few innovations. But let me tell you, BlackHawk Product Group’s new Night-Ops Gladius flashlight is an innovation.

Pelican Products Rechargeable LED Flashlight

September 1, 2005
The 2460 StealthLite Recoil LED Rechargeable flashlight from Pelican Products has a battery burn time of 32 hours and features a convenient side-mounted switch for easy one-handed operation. It’s submersible up to 500 feet and is constructed of tough ABS plastic and a polycarbonate lens. The light features a nickel metal hydride battery and Pelican’s exclusive recoil LED technology to achieve maximum brightness.

Essential Gear 1-Watt LED Flashlight

August 1, 2005
Created for tactical use, Essential Gear’s 1-Watt LED Tactical Hand Torch features a one-handed on/off switch on the end cap that can be set to momentary- or constant-on. The light is constructed of anodized, machined aluminum alloy with black or titanium finish. Each bulb provides up to 100,000 hours of light.

Essential Gear 3-Watt LED Tactical Hand Torch

July 1, 2005
Essential Gear’s new LED hand torch features a one-handed quick on/off switch on the end cap for tactical advantage. The flashlight is constructed of black or titanium-finished anodized aluminum alloy and is water resistant. The 3-watt technology generates 30 times more light than a standard 5mm LED bulb.

Pelican Products 2430 MityLite Plus 4AA

May 1, 2005
Pelican Products’ new 2430 MityLite Plus 4AA flashlight has a tailcap switch that allows for one-handed operation and a separate, replaceable lamp that promises ease of maintenance. The lamp’s high-powered Xenon bulb provides 32 lumens for up to four hours of consecutive battery burn time. Water resistant and constructed of ABS resin plastic, the rugged 2430 is UL Class 1, Division 2 approved. Standard features include a safety lanyard and helmet clip as well as a lifetime guarantee.

Pelican Products Black Knight M12 Duty Light

April 1, 2005

Let's take a quick look at the Pelican Black Knight M12, a full-bodied duty light that can really be an asset on the street.

Pila Waterproof Flashlight

April 1, 2005
Pila’s new GL4 flashlight has an output of 195 lumens and is made of anodized aircraft-grade aluminum with an O-ring seal to protect from water, dirt, and dust. Each flashlight comes with Pila’s rechargeable, environmentally safe Li-ion batteries and standard disposable Lithium CR 123A batteries. The tailcap on the GL4 has additional LEDlights in a range of colors and can be set to glow, making it easy for officers to locate their flashlight in the dark.

Emissive Energy Inova T3 Flashlight

January 1, 2005

One of the areas of duty gear that has experienced a quantum leap in technology over the last few years is the flashlight, especially lightweight ultra powerful LED lights. Times have really changed from the days of the silver aluminum Eveready light.

Old Cops Know "Stuff"

October 1, 2004

The big secret is to listen to these veteran cops, believe most of it, and put it into action in your own life. What I learned from older cops saved my life on several occasions.

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