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NOVA-DR Distraction Round

May 1, 2009
Lightfield Less Lethal’s new NOVA-DR is a 12-gauge distraction round. Rated at 110DbA, this indirect fire load was designed as a viable alternative to a hand-thrown flash-bang (NFDD). The NOVA-DR produces an intense muzzle flash and concussion that is ideal for making entries or diverting attention away from other team operations.

Super Star Less-Lethal Rounds

November 1, 2008
Lightfield has developed a full line of Less Lethal Law Enforcement ammunition that improves the overall utility of the 12-gauge platform. This ammunition is accurate, effective, affordable and designed to address range specific applications. The SuperStar is a close-range less-lethal impact projectile intended for direct fire at targets between 2 and 15 yards.

WASP Less Lethal Impact Projectiles

November 1, 2006
Wasp Less Lethal’s impact projectiles are lead free and comprised of a composite that allows the projectile’s physical properties to remain unchanged within a temperature range of -58° to 212°F. This means Wasp projectiles will not freeze in cold weather or get soft in hot weather, maintaining accuracy in a wide range of environments. Wasp projectiles are available in 12 gauge and .50 caliber.
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