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ATN Updates Website for 2014

March 11, 2014
The new www.atncorp.com site for American Technologies Network Corp. is feature-rich with larger and better graphics, easy functionality, and more searchable product information.

Weaver Tactical Scopes

September 13, 2013
Whether it’s the high pressure of a three-gun competition or the serious job of protecting life and liberty—both here and abroad—Weaver is proud to offer two new riflescopes for tactical applications.

Patrol Rifle Optic

August 9, 2013
The Aimpoint Patrol Rifle Optic is designed to get an officer on target as fast as possible, while allowing use of the same sight on a variety of law enforcement firearms.

Choosing Optics for Patrol Rifles

January 10, 2013

With the increased use of rifles by patrol officers, there comes the need for modern modifications to make them more effective and to better fit the task at hand. One of the most obvious and likely the most effective is the use of modern optical sighting systems.

Police Product Test: Bushnell DMR 3.5-21x50, SMRS 1-6.5x24 Optics

October 4, 2012

Bushnell's DMR 3.5-21x50 has the G2DMR reticle and its SMRS 1-6.5x24 has the BTR-1 reticle. The first one is a long-range monster and the second will likely handle everything else.

Police Product Test: Meopta 1-4X22KD Scope

July 25, 2012

Meopta's 1-4X22KD has a 30mm tube to give you a crisp, clear image of whatever you view through it. Its illuminated reticle is the "K Dot," a modified German 4 with a dot centered on a broken horizontal crosshair and a vertical post.

Micro H-1 Red-Dot Sight

June 14, 2012
The Aimpoint Micro H-1 Red Dot Sight is arguably the lightest, smallest red-dot sight fit for duty use. The H-1 is new at OfficerStore.com.

Field Test: Aimpoint Patrol Rifle Optic

April 21, 2011
For officers looking for fast deployment of the patrol rifle in an emergency, the optic arrives with a transparent flip-up rear lens cover that allows the operator to use the optic with both eyes open and both covers closed.

Kruger Revamps Dual Tactical Sighting System

January 15, 2011
The dual-function sight was first introduced as a Gen I prototype at SHOT Show 2010. Since then, Kruger's engineers have been refining and perfecting the scope in response to market and end-user feedback. The resulting Gen II product is shorter, lighter and stronger, with improved functionality.

Advanced Duty Optics

January 10, 2011

The first and foremost reason people use any form of mounted optics is they provide a fast, accurate sight. Second, be they red dot or truly telescopic, sights have shrunk in size, making them better suited for duty.

Police Product Test: Nikon 1-4X M-223 Rifle Scope

November 29, 2010

POLICE Magazine reviews the Nikon 1-4X M-223 Rifle Scope, 5.11 Tactical Responder Hi-Vis Parka, and Streamlight E Flood Light Box.

Police Product Test: Buck Knives Nighthawk Bravo

May 20, 2010

Scott Smith reviews the Buck Knives Nighthawk Bravo, Weaver Optics Tactical Model 800360 Scope, and Smith & Wesson Special Tactical Knife.

Meprolight Announces Magnifying Scope for Extending Range of Reflex Sights

April 28, 2010
Meprolight has announced the availability of the Mepro MX3, a compact scope with X3 magnification that enhances the precision and effectiveness of the rifle's existing sight by extending the shooting range without re-zeroing the sights.

Police Product Test: ESS Eyepro Crossbow Eye Protection

March 11, 2010

Scott Smith reviews ESS Eyepro Crossbow Eye Protection, 5.11 Tactical Covert Cargo Pant, Truglo Tritium Fiber Optic Sights, Rogue Warrior Avenger Watch, and Zero Tolerance 0700 Folding Knife.

SixX Series Rifle Scopes

March 11, 2010
Burris expands its SixX Series of premium riflescopes with models 2X-12X 40mm and 2X-12X 50mm with illuminated reticles. All Burris SixX Series riflescopes are waterproof, shockproof, fogproof, crafted in the U.S.A., and have a lifetime warranty.

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.

Matching Optics to Your Mission

June 1, 2009

When it comes to gear and gadgets for duty applications, many of us are drawn to the coolest, most expensive items. That's true of weapons and it's true of weapon accessories such as optics. But do we really have to have the priciest gear to achieve our mission? Maybe. Maybe not.

ATN Offers New Daytime Binocular for Professional Applications

March 30, 2009
American Technologies Network (ATN) Corp.'s new 7x50 daytime Omega class binocular is built to withstand rugged handling and environments while providing a sharp, stable image with excellent low-light performance, according to the company.

Safariland Launches New Optics Product Line

March 30, 2009
The new product line includes optics which are optimal for several ammunition types, including .308 Winchester, .223 Remington, .22 Long Rifle and .22 Magnum. Magnification setting options include 1-4x, 1.25-4x, 3-9x, 6x, and 10x. Each scope is made with aluminum and designed to be waterproof and shock resistant. The line is available in black anodized finish and anodized silver.

DPMS Panther Arms LRT-SASS Rifle

May 1, 2007

Simply put, the LRT-SASS is an AR-15 on steroids. It is larger in size, larger in caliber, and heavier in weight. The LRT-SASS I used for this review arrived in a padded “gun case” with the owner’s manuals, two 19-round magazines, one LRT with four position handguards with covers, Mangonel front/rear flip-up sights, a sling, and a Harris bipod—all in all, a ready-to-use package.

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