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If you would like your product featured in GUNS Magazine’s New Products, Contact: Jason Moreau (866) 903-1199. For more New Products visit us online at siGhtmark he Sightmark H2000 Tactical Flashlight features Cree LEDs to provide 2000 lumens of light for the most difficult shots or furthest point in the dark of night. The H2000 Triple Duty Flashlight is constructed with Type II mil-spec anodizing aircraft-grade aluminum for durability and protection against corrosion. The H2000 features 2 hours of continuous battery life, significant for a high-lumen count. It comes with two rechargeable batteries, a battery recharger, a weapon mount, on/off push button, pressure switch and three color filters. This product is recoil resistant, waterproof, lightweight and protected by Sightmark’s limited lifetime warranty. For more info: (817) 225-1625 or www. H2000 flASHligHt T loCksaF he LockSAF PBS-DigiSWIPE biometric safe features the same body as the PBS-001. The DigiSWIPE reader opens the safe in 1 second, and nextgeneration algorithms allow the reader to be more reliable and consistent. The PBS-DigiSWIPE features the LockSAF’s tamperproof 9-gauge steel box that is mountable to any flat surface or can be secured with a cable, and comes with backup keys. For more info: (877) 568-5625 or pBS-DigiSwipe Qtrm5tr TRM5TR’s first karambit design. Angular and industrial in appearance, the B.A. Baracas includes an enlarged finger hole to accommodate the most swollen knuckles or gloved hands. This knife is being produced of the same powder-metallurgy 154 ultra-premium steel that their other three knives are cut from. There are no small parts and the design is simple—no spine-spacer means lighter weight and easier cleaning. A G10 finger-hole spacer means smoother spins and better transitions. A jimped thumbramp and bilevel blade spine will soon become an industry standard once enthusiasts get their hands on this knife. For more info: www. B.A. BArAcAS Q T maGpul inDustries Corp. he MOE Rifle Stock is a dropin replacement for AR-15/ M16 A1 and A2 rifle stocks, utilizing the standard rifle-length receiver extension (buffer tube). Designed as a basic upgrade, the stock features an integral 1.25" sling loop that can be used as a butt hook for sand bag or support-hand weapon control, optional dual-side front and rear QD mounting points, compatibility with PRS and PRS extended rubber buttpads and a large internal storage compartment accessible through the rear storage door. Made in the USA. For more info: (877) 462-4785 or www. Moe rifle Stock T e. arthur brown Company, inC. he new Slip-Over Ruger No. 1 scope mount solves the problem of aligning an after-market scope base on a contoured barrel. The Slip-Over uses the factory prealigned rib as an alignment shim! Now you can have a precisely aligned Weaver/ Picatinny-style scope base on your Ruger No. 1. Remove the screws from the original rib (it will stay in place with the recoil pins). Slip the Slip-Over mount onto the rib, and install with replacement screws included. easy! The Slip-Over scope mount is made of strong, lightweight, aircraft-grade aluminum. Retail price: $59. For more info: (320) 834-3000 or Slip-over ruger no. 1 Scope Mount T BAttleHook reAr coMBAt SigHt Volkmann preCision true combat-ready and proven sight design. This heavily serrated black rear blade shows a sight picture that is quick for target acquisition and has the ability and strength to operate the slide of the pistol single-handedly in a real combat situation. Luke Volkmann designed this sight in partnership with Henning Wallgren. For more info: (303) 884-8654 or A mtm speCial ops he MTM RAD is a gamma dosimeter and a Swiss movementequipped watch that monitors environmental radiation levels and alerts users in case of dangerous levels with an audible alarm. There is a multifunction, digitaltime-keeping display, analog time display and a 100-meter water resistant watchcase. The MTM RAD can be worn by both professionals dealing with radiological materials and environments on a daily basis, and citizens concerned with possible radiation exposure. It records data for up to 500 separate events in its non-volatile memory and will transmit all recorded data to a PC for processing and analysis. For more info: (800) 284-9487 or www. rAD (rADiAtion Detector) T W W W. G U N S M AG A Z I N E . C O M 75

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