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Decatur's Cordless Radar Gun

February 1, 2001

New IES Training Services

January 1, 2001

Range Instruction Simulator - AIS

January 1, 2001
The AIS/PRISim (Professional Range Instruction Simulator) system offers some of the most realistic training available in the use-of-force simulator market today. The system uses MPEGII quality video with up-to-date scenarios and an ever-expanding library to choose from. PRISim incorporates a Shootback cannon that fires a 68-caliber nylon ball at the trainee when the scenario shoots, reminding the trainee that their cover is anything but perfect.

Carbon-15 Type 97S Centerfire Rifle - Professional Ordnance

December 1, 2000
Professional Ordnance introduces its new Carbon-15 Type 97S centerfire rifle, built from the ground up to provide shooters with outstanding performance, durability and accuracy. Factory-tuned internal parts on the new Type 97S provide aftermarket performance right out of the box.

Bike Patrol Apparel - Galls Incorporated

December 1, 2000
Galls Incorporated bike patrol apparel is constructed of waterproof and breathable fabrics, providing officers with functional and comfortable uniforms. Jackets, pants and uniform shirts are also offered, in addition to a helmet cover that transforms a bike helmet into a duty helmet.

Pentium III Notebook - Amrel Systems

December 1, 2000
Amrel Systems brings more power to the rugged mobile computing arena with Amrel's Rocky II+ with Pentium III. The Pentium III processor can provide better responsiveness with your graphics software by offering increased frame rates, color depths, and image processing algorithms.
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