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For more information on seeing your product featured in “Spotlight,” contact Delano Amaguin (888) 732-6461. FirstVu Digital Ally Inc. FirstVu brings you the benefits of an incar Video System on the “shirt pocket” of every individual officer. The Digital Ally protects against false accusations, reduces agency liability claims and increases successful prosecution. It can help in streamlining reporting and is an excellent training tool that record actions and events. It’s perfect for unmarked cars, impromptu traffic stops, searches, and victim interviews. It provides a seamless, detailed documentation of traffic stops from several different angles when used with an in-car video system. For more info, go to spEckFinDEr Digital microscopE Dazor The speckFINDER HD incorporates the microscope, camera and computer monitor into one compact piece of equipment. This allows users to work with and store images in multiple digital formats and network as needed. Plus, it has three USB and one video outputs, allowing users to output files to a flash drive or project live images to an overhead screen. The centerpiece of the speckFINDER HD is its high resolution, full color display monitor. The wide viewing angles, more than 160 degrees horizontally and vertically, allow multiple users to view at once. The flat panel is ideal for teaching and demonstrations, and unlike other computer microscopes, it can be easily moved via its articulating arm when not being used. Learn more at DouBlE HanDcuFF casE (moDEl #5512) Boston Leather Introducing the Double Handcuff Case. This item is made with three pieces of 10 oz English bridle leather. The leather is from a Texas steer and was tanned in the USA. All stitching is done using a lock stitch configuration. The snap is solid brass. This case is capable of carrying one standard size and one oversized handcuffs comfortably. The case is made in Sterling, IL. See more by logging on to Bust a cap Bust A Cap Bust A Cap attaches to your existing ASP baton and gives you three new caps to choose from giving you a tactical advantage to break glass. The Low Profile, Large Bust A Cap and the Standard Cap all give you a safe entry or exit from an automobile with just a tap. This rapid entry tool will save your life. For more information visit or call (949) 752-8100. Duty Bag (DB 100) HWI Gear The DB100 is the ultimate duty bag to take on patrol and is designed to easily accommodate all the equipment an officer carries. It is constructed with a sturdy nylon shell and heavyduty zippers and buckle closures. It comes with an internal padded laptop compartment, expanded side pouches, a mesh pouch that accommodates a large water bottle, and a cell phone pocket. The top has been specially designed with a concealment compartment, a headrest strap, and is suitable for custom embroidering. The DB100 is available in black. Visit tBt-001 linEr-lock Buck/TOPS Knives Collaboration Buck Knives and TOPS have joined forces and produced their first Collaboration Knife the TBT-001 Liner-Lock Folder. The G-10 handle is a variation on the Buck Bravo and Bravo Rescue Models while the TOPS designed 3 1/2" blade is a modified Tanto, made of 0.175" high grade, ATS 34 stainless steel. See more at pmr-30 pistol Kel-Tec CNC Industries The PMR-30 is a lightweight, full size pistol chambered for the flat-shooting .22 Mag cartridge. It operates on a unique hybrid blowback/locked-breech system, which allows for the use of a wide variety of ammunition. It uses a double stack magazine of a new design that holds 30 rounds and fits completely in the grip of the pistol. The light, trigger pull and fiber optic sights make the PMR-30 ideal for target shooting and hunting small game. Other features include: dual opposing extractors for reliability, heel magazine release to aid in magazine retention, dovetailed aluminum front sight, Picatinny accessory rail under the barrel, Urethane recoil buffer, and captive coaxial recoil springs. PMR-30 disassembles for cleaning by removal of a single pin. Check it out at WWW.AMERICANCOPMAGAZINE.COM 59

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