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911EP Galaxy Light Bars - 911EP

February 1, 2005
Building on 911EP’s signature low-profile design that maximizes aerodynamics and minimizes fuel use, the Armor Holdings company’s new Galaxy line of LED light bars offers modular flexibility with a customizable variety of sizes and color combinations to choose from.

Waller and Son SafeAim - Waller & Son

February 1, 2005
Waller and Son’s new SafeAim ballistic panel is designed to absorb and contain rounds fired unintentionally while loading or unloading a weapon in areas such as offices, booking areas, or patrol cars. The SafeAim is tested by the United States Test Laboratory and satisfies the NIJ Standard-0108.01 threat-level 3A protection. The panel is a 12.5-inch square less than a half inch thick.

LMS 1202 Shotgun Laser/Light - LaserMax

February 1, 2005
LaserMax's LMS 1202 laser/light accessory for Remington shotguns is ruggedly built to endure extended use and is one of the first shotgun add-ons in the industry. The 5MW, high-visibility laser has the highest brightness level allowed by federal law and pulsates to find the user's target quickly.

Pepper Gel - Mace Security International

January 1, 2005
Less-lethal OC weapons are now available in a gel form from Mace Security International. Take Down 10-percent pepper gel is a nontoxic, nonflammable, water-soluble gel that contains 1.4 percent capsaicinoids concentration and has more range than Mace stream products.

Piexon OC Launcher

January 1, 2005
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