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DK Technologies LiteFlare

October 1, 2002

Spotting Scope - Leupold

October 1, 2002
Leupold's variable 12-40x60mm tactical spotting scope provides magnification from 12x to 40x with a Mil Dot "round dot" reticle and light maximizing features, all in a 32-ounce package only 11.3 inches long. The scope's tough, light magnesium body is coated with protective rubber armor and a nitrogen charging and sealing technology for waterproof operation.

Wireless Automated Surveillance Package - American Innovations

October 1, 2002
American Innovations' W.A.S.P. (wireless automated surveillance package) is a covert motion-activated monitoring system with no telltale wires or antennas. To use the W.A.S.P., charge your video camera, position it, and wait. The system transmits video through walls, floors, and ceilings up to 300 feet to a receiver built into an event recorder.

Safe Tech Saf-T-Round

October 1, 2002
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