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SPOTLIGHT SoftShell Patrol duty Jacket 5.11 Tactical Using proven 100-percent bonded softshell materials that are completely waterproof, fully-seam sealed and breathable. This new jacket not only offers the uniform appearance administrators require but also the comfort and feel of softshell materials that wear like a second skin. Included in the jacket are the 5.11 Tactical patented backup belt system, compatible pockets and a badge tab kit. The jacket has adjustable sleeve closures as well as two interior storage pockets along with radio mic or headphone pass-throughs in each of the large hand-warmer pockets, allowing the radio ear wire inside to stay unseen and dry inside the jacket. Includes removable, waterproof hood and standard epaulettes sewn onto each shoulder. Available in black and dark navy. Starting at $199. For more info: (866) 451-1726 or www.americancopmagazine.com/5-11-tactical load out duffel BaG Maxpedition The new Load Out Duffel Bag is an innovative 3-part duffel bag system, which may be used as attached or separate components. The main bag: (A) accepts the Backpack Pod (B) and Shoulder Bag Pod (C) via zipper connections in the fully assembled configuration (A+B+C). Zipper connection areas in the main bag are covered to minimize wear and for concealment. For more info: (310) 7680098 or www.americancopmagazine.com/maxpedition CrossBreed Holsters ankle riG law enforceMent ProfeSSional courteSy cardS LEO ProCards The Courtesy Cards are sold only to members affiliated within the law enforcement industry. These cards are intended for the sole use of the officers’ immediate family members or relatives. The purpose of the Law Enforcement Professional Courtesy Card is to provide just that, “professional courtesy!” Description: LEO ProCards are credit card sized Professional Courtesy Cards, which should be provided with ones drivers license to a law enforcement officer during a minor traffic stop. For more info: www.americancopmagazine.com/leo-procards The ankle rig offers a deep cover concealment option for small autos and revolvers such as J-frames, XD, S&W M&P, Kahr and Glock sub-compacts and most other small 9mm or .380 ACP handguns. This holster was designed to be comfortable and practical for efficient concealed carry. It features a calf support strap to keep the holster from riding down, a padded ankle section for added comfort, and a thumb break for secure carry in rigorous activity while still being easily accessible if needed. MSRP is $65.70 and is available in right- and left-handed configurations. For more info: (888) 732-5011 or www.americancopmagazine.com/crossbreed-holsters Glock connector Lone Wolf Distributors Announcing the latest 3.5-pound connector with a slippery, new coating. So slick you have to hold on with two hands. The connector was redesigned with new spring weights and angles for improved geometry and feel. It has a built-in debris channel for improved performance. The connector works with all Glocks, regardless of model or generation. For more info: (208) 437-0612 or www.americancopmagazine.com/ lone-wolf-distributors MMr tactical Mossberg Designed to support both sport shooting and tactical applications, the MMR will meet your needs. Chambered in 5.56mm nATO (.223 Rem) the Tactical versions come with a durable, black phosphate/anodized finish and feature a 16.25" free-floating barrel with removable A2-style muzzlebrake; aluminum Picatinny quad-rail fore-end with vents for maximum cooling; receiver-mounted integral Picatinny rail; and standard dust cover. Options include 6-position adjustable or fixed stock, which allows for up to 4" of LOP adjustment. It’s available with or without removable Picatinny-mounted front sight (adjustable for elevation) and rear sight (adjustable for windage and elevation); and choice of 10- or 30-round magazine. MMR Tactical rifles accept higher-capacity AR-15-style magazines. For more info: (203) 230-5300 or www.americancopmagazine.com/mossberg 58 WWW.AMERICANCOPMAGAZINE.COM • NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2011

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