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SPOTlIGHT ATN, Corp. Ps40-3P DAY/NigHT scoPe sYsTem The ATN PS40-3P easily mounts in front of a daytime scope without tools, or loss of zero and comes with a quick-release mount for instant disassembly. The lenses are Proshield coated, which protects against scratches, condensation, static and glare. An optional 7/8” weaver mount is available, as is an optional scope mounting system that attaches the PS403P to the objective-of-the-day scope. Now, law enforcement and security professionals do not have to change weapons or sight systems when the sun goes down. The PS40-3P turns day scopes night vision capable, quickly and easily, while keeping the target in clear sight. For more info: www.atncorp.com TRU-SPEC WeATHersHieLD 24-7 series exiTooL CRKT The ExiTool fits inobtrusively onto any standard seat belt with a simple folding clasp. It includes a seat belt cutter, a tungsten carbide window breaker, and a bright L.E.D. flashlight. The seatbelt cutter blade will cut seat belts in one quick pull. The side windows of modern vehicles are made of glass, which is tempered to shatter on impact. The ExiTool features a small tungsten carbide-breaker point; just grasp it firmly and strike the window. The breaker has two emergency uses: on dry land or if the car is submerged. For more info: www.crkt.com TRU-SPEC has announced the addition of three new waterproof, weatherproof jackets and rain pants to their popular 24-7 Series on-duty/off-duty tactical apparel line. All four outerwear items feature an H2O-proof WeatherShield shell made from 100 percent nylon, with a waterproof, clear, breathable coating. Plus they include convenience features, which were designed specifically for law enforcement officers. For more info: www.truspec.com riFLe LAser KiT LaserMax Introducing a new value pack for rifles. The bundle includes the Uni-Max Rail Mount Laser, a Momentary Activation Switch (MAS) for remote activation and the MantaRail Momentary Cord Control System. The MantaRail System securely attaches the MAS to the Picatinny rail while managing the cord with supplied clips. For more info: www.lasermax.com rAzeL NF AND NFs Graham Knives The Razel NF and NFS, with a sharpened-front, coldchisel edge will chisel, scrape, pry or push cut. They truly are veritable multi-tools with a single blade. They feature stonewashed CPM 154CM stainless steel blades (heat treated by Paul Bos), bead-blasted G10 handles, micarta pins and kydex pocket sheath with reversible clips. For more info: www.grahamknives.com TAcTicAL TrAiNer miD 5.11 Tactical Perfect for covert, range, tactical and off-duty wear, the Tactical Trainer Mid blends hiking shoe agility with tactical footwear performance. Transitioning easily from urban to off-road environments, the versatile Tactical Trainer Mid is ideal for covert operations, light hiking or travel. The split suede and air mesh upper promote breathability, while the full-length, reinforced nylon speed lacing system delivers fast on/off capability and an adjustable fit. For more info: www.511tactical.com scP3-um3124AomDL Leapers The new 30mm 3-12X44 compact-size model is the latest introduction from Leapers. This scope is nitrogen filled, shockproof, fog-proof and rainproof. In addition to the trademarked zero lockable and re-settable target turrets, it also has the Side Wheel Adjustable Turret designed for easy-to-reach parallax adjustment. You also get the mil-dot reticle for range estimating, multi-emerald lens coating for best light transmission, best precision design for optimal windage/elevation adjustment and, last but not the least, a set of AccuShot 30mm mediumprofile rings, integral sunshade and, not done yet, flip-open lens caps. For more info: www.leapers.com JumBo L.e.o. Maxpedition Law enforcement officers have optimized Maxpedition’s Jumbo L.E.O. Versipack for use. It is excellent for active-shooter scenarios; this carryall boasts a rear/CCW pistol compartment, as well as multiple PALS attachment points. For more info: www.maxpedition.com 56 WWW.AMERICANCOPMAGAZINE.COM • NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2010

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