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SHOT Show 2012 In Pictures

SHOT Show 2012 featured plenty of new gear for law enforcement officers. The show drew more than 61,000 attendees to Las Vegas for the January event and added several "law enforcement only" halls for vendors. View our gallery and read our two-part coverage of the show, "Report From the Aisles" and "Best of Show." Photos by Mark W. Clark.

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Stealth Flashlight

QuiqLite's Stealth is the company's newest hands-free concealed light source for your uniform shirt pocket and tactical vest. The light was designed to preserve night vision for military and tactical law enforcement applications.

QuiqLite Introduces Stealth Concealable Pocket Flashlight

QuiqLite has introduced the Stealth, its newest hands-free concealed light source for your uniform shirt pocket and tactical vest.

QuiqLite Pro

The new QuiqLite Pro Dual LED is the perfect hands-free 100-percent concealed light source that clips into your uniform shirt pocket. QuiqLite Pro’s Dual LEDs easily overcome poor lighting conditions for your reading and writing needs. Just clip QuiqLite Pro onto your pocket (under your lapel) and you’re ready to go.

QuiqLite Tac Series

Enclosed in a precision-machined high-strength aircraft aluminum case with anodized finish, each flashlight in the QuiqLite Tactical Series features an aluminum faceted reflector and a polycarbonate lens. The QuiqLite Tactical Series is available in three models: the 3-watt Luxeon III LED Tac 1 Mini, the 3-watt Luxeon III LED Tac 2, and the 1-watt Luxeon Star Tac 3 Rechargeable. Each provides more than 100,000 usage hours.

QuiqLite XP-440 Quiqlite ID Check

Quiqlite’s new XP-440 model has an ultra-violet light used to “ID check” for authenticating currency and identity documents that have UV security features. The lights are designed so as not to affect the use of night vision. Like the original Quiqlite, the XP-440 has a 180-degree adjustable light arm and closes to a flat position under a uniform shirt pocket when not in use.

Police Inventors: Building a Better Mousetrap

It’s said that necessity is the mother of invention, and that’s clearly true for cops. Sent out on the streets with often outdated or unproven equipment, cops, like soldiers, have been forced to improvise, tweak, jury-rig, or just plain create what they need.

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