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Thorogood by Weinbrenner Hellfire Haz-Mat boots - Weinbrenner Shoe Co.

August 1, 2005
The Hellfire Haz-Mat boot from Thorogood is built with multiple layers of flame-suppressing materials. The boots also feature a dipped neoprene synthetic latex outer layer to protect from chemicals, and numerous rubber layers to prevent chemical penetration.

Xplore Technologies ix104 Rugged Tablet PC - Xplore Technologies

August 1, 2005
The ix104 line of PCs from Xplore Technologies was designed to withstand intense environmental conditions and physical stress. Features include optical enhancement technology so the screen can be viewed in any light and versatile mount kits for docking stations.

Steiner 25x80 Observer Binoculars - Steiner

August 1, 2005
The 25x80 Observer binoculars feature 25-power magnification and 80mm objective lenses to take in a maximum amount of light for clear images. The binoculars come with a tripod mount, lens caps for the objective lenses, a dust/rain cover for the eyepiece, and a neck strap for convenience.

Savage Range Systems Freestanding Bullet Trap - Savage Range Systems, Inc.

August 1, 2005
The Check-It bullet trap is designed to ensure no live ammunition is present in a firearm before it’s stored or cleaned. It features a low-angle entrance ramp that deflects the bullet into a circular deceleration chamber. The system accommodates all calibers of handguns, shotguns, and rifles up to 3000 FPS at muzzle.

Real Action Paintball T16 LE - Real Action Paintball

August 1, 2005
The T16 training weapon loads from a bottom-mounted magazine, like an M4 rifle. Officers can attach any M4/AR attachments to the weapon, including sights and scopes. The T16 can also be used as a less-than-lethal weapon to subdue large groups or individuals when necessary.

Q3 Innovations Alcohawk Elite Breathalyzer - Q 3 Innovations

August 1, 2005
The Alcohawk Elite from Q3 Innovations features a new temperature sensor to ensure optimal testing temperatures, and a blue LCD panel to display blood alcohol concentration (BAC) levels. The breathalyzer also comes with an electronic airflow sensor and a sample concentration sensor to guarantee consistent BAC levels through the entire sample.

Pelican Products 1560 Case - Pelican Products

August 1, 2005
Pelican’s 1560 case offers more than 2,800 cubic inches of storage space. It features rubberized front and side grips, ball-bearing polyurethane wheels, an extension handle, and stainless steel reinforced padlock protections. Accessories include lid organizers and padded divider sets.

Maxpedition Hard-Use Gear LIGER Gun Belt - Maxpedition

August 1, 2005
The LIGER gun belt from Maxpedition offers more than 2,000 lbs. of tensile strength and more than 300 lbs. of hole pull strength. It has an abrasion-resistant polyurethane coating to protect from the damage of water, mildew, rot, and many common solvents. The belt’s leather-like appearance is suited for discreet CCW and undercover work.

Kimber Warrior .45 ACP Pistol - Kimber Manufacturing, Inc.

August 1, 2005
Kimber’s new Warrior .45 ACP is a full-sized pistol with flashlight mounting capabilities. The gun offers Kimber’s traditional 1911 features such as short guide rods for easy field stripping and external extractors. Other features include a lanyard loop, an ambidextrous thumb safety, and a bumper pad on the magazine.

IES Training Simulator - IES Interactive Training

August 1, 2005
The new Driving Force training simulator from IES offers integrated driving/use-of-force scenarios, stand-alone use-of-force scenarios, and a driving simulator that can branch into a variety of endings depending on the reactions of the driver. Law enforcement agencies can also film and edit their own scenarios and add text and audio to additional scenarios via built-in editing software.
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