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SPOTLIGHT GunSafe rifle roDS Gun Storage Solutions Is your safe getting full? Ditch your old gun rack and use Rifle Rods. Rifle Rods will stabilize your gun in the upright position, opening up space for up to 50 percent more guns. To install, staple the loop fabric (included in starter kit) under the top shelf in your safe. Drop the Velcro headed Rifle Rod down the barrel of the long gun and pull up to attach the hook and loop. Works great with scopes, double barrels, even bazookas! For more info: (309) 725-3341 or www.americancopmagazine.com/gunstorage raZor hD BinoCularS Vortex Optics Premium, hand-selected, HD (High Density), extra-low dispersion glass delivers the ultimate in resolution and color fidelity resulting in astonishingly sharp, high definition images. Lenses fully multicoated with Vortex’s proprietary XR anti-reflective coatings, guarantee maximum brightness and glassing confidence during critical low-light periods. Exterior lenses feature Armor Tek, an ultra hard optical coating engineered to protect against scratches, oil and dirt, and have 100 percent waterproof/fog proof performance. Durable rubber armoring protects the housing and offers a non-slip grip, no matter the weather conditions. Incredibly comfortable twist-up eyecups with positive settings offer a range of eye relief options for custom viewing. For more info: www. americancopmagazine.com/vortex X2 & X2l Insight Tech-Gear The X2 Series is the world’s first and best subcompact weapon-mounted light/laser units, now with a peak output of 80 lumens from a new LED emitter. The X2L LED features a visible red laser with a range of 200 meters. Both models are powered by one CR2 lithium battery, for a run time of 60 minutes. The X2L LED Series easily mounts to most subcompact pistol rails utilizing Insight’s patented Slide-Lock interface. The ambidextrous rocker switch allows the X2 LED Series to be activated in either a “Momentary On” or “Constant On” mode. A 2-position laser switch on the X2L turns the laser on and off, so it can be used in a white light only or white light and laser mode. For more info: www. americancopmagazine.com/insighttechgear StriDer KniveS FNH USA Strider Knives, Inc. now offers a series of FNH USA branded knives. The three models offered are the FN-1 - a light duty tanto blade folder with titanium handle and pocket clip, the FN-2 - a medium fixed blade with a G10 handle for superior mechanical and dimensional stability, and the FN-3 - a large fixed blade with a mil-spec cord handle that can be used for chopping, cutting and heavy use. All three knives are made of CPM S30V stainless steel in a tumbled matte finish. For more info: www.americancopmagazine.com/fnhusa Bolt Cleaner anD PoliSher G&G Tools After countless hours of rubbing, soaking and scraping my own AR-15 bolt to get it clean, I realized there had to be a better way. This product comfortably fits in one hand for ease of use, while the patented pivot arm allows plenty of torque for superior cleaning. The tool is long lasting, durable and resistant to chemical solvents. The scraper blade is stainless steel and has four scraping surfaces. It will remove all of the carbon build up from the AR-15 bolt tail in a matter of seconds. The unique polisher ensures that every last bit of carbon is removed and helps prevent residual build up. For more info: www.americancopmagazine.com/gngtools raPiD aCCeSS DefenSe StoraGe SyStem Caron Forensics Caron Forensics introduces the Rapid Access Defense (RAD2). RAD2 is designed for the storage and fast presentation of defensive weapons. It can be mounted horizontally or vertically in various concealed locations throughout your home or office. It’s designed to accommodate handguns and other tactical weapons, such as flashlights, knives, etc. by means of a dual-rail mounting system. RAD2 comes standard with a handgun holder, flashlight holder and magnetic clip holder. For more info: (800) 648-3042 or www.americancopmgazine.com/caronforensics 58 WWW.AMERICANCOPMAGAZINE.COM • JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2011