Through the Law Enforcement Education Program (LEEP), Raytheon ELCAN Optical Technologies will be offering training on the Specter Rifle Sight.
The LEEP class titled "Optics to Increase Survivability for Law Enforcement Officers in Unpredictable Environments" will be led by Dan Petry, rifle sight product manager for Raytheon ELCAN Optical Technologies and a special ops Army veteran.
"The terrain in which our law enforcement officers will engage targets is often unpredictable," Petry says. "A typical engagement can take place in open, wooded, or urban terrain. Sometimes, officers can find themselves in all of these types of terrain in a single day. There are optics available that can meet the marksmanship needs for all scenarios and will better protect the lives of law enforcement officers across the country."
"Optics to Increase Survivability for Law Enforcement Officers in Unpredictable Environments" is scheduled for Tuesday Jan. 22 at 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. ELCAN will be giving away a Specter DR 1-4x rifle sight during the presentation.
All LEEP classes are open to law enforcement officers attending the SHOT Show. The fee for the entire LEEP program is $25.
For more information, go to http://shotshow.org/leep/
LEEP is sponsored by the National Shooting Sports Foundation and POLICE.