Law Enforcement Technology

MAR 2017

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14 LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY MARCH 2017 www.officer.com Hudson Mfg. ............................................................41 Alien Gear Holsters ...............................................42 SOG Knives ..............................................................43 Sig Sauer ................................................................. 44 CRKT .........................................................................45 Blackhawk.............................................................. 46 Sentry Products Group ........................................ 47 5.11 Tactical ............................................................ 48 Safariland .............................................................. 49 Tru-Spec.................................................................. 50 Eastern Beacon Industries...................................51 Maritime Arresting Technologies .....................52 FLIR ........................................................................... 53 IWOM ........................................................................54 Streamlight............................................................. 91 For more information, circle the number on the Reader Service Card. this editor sees, it looks like he did. All that's left is a place for a hard ballistic shield insert. • If we asked readers to name a way to bring a speeding vehicle to a stop, our bet is the majority of answers would mention a vehicle maneuver or a spike strip. So, how would one bring a speeding boat under control? That's where Maritime Arresting Technologies came out with their MK 4 Launcher. The near-genius-in-its-simplic- ity design basically floats a drag system on the water. The suspected boat drives over the 40 yard line weighted by a pair of parachute-like drags called sea anchors that fill and bring the boat to a stop. You would think the line would slide underneath and tangle the prop but it doesn't, and only hooks onto the lower unit of the boat. The launcher is the multitool here. The company makes a num- ber of payloads, such as a net that does tangle the prop, a rescue life line, and Cavitators to disable jet- driven watercraft. Its high pressure tank is charged from a SCUBA tank and can be fired three times in less than a minute. For more show coverage, check out Lindsey Bertomen's Firearms Tactics on page 28. The TORC is a versatile plate carrier system designed to meet the demands of today's Law Enforcement Operations & Tactical Teams. Combine it with a ballistic shield, hard armor plates, and a VPAM-certified ballistic helmet for the ultimate level of protection. Visit our website to learn more: ARMOREXPRESS.COM FEATURING | QUICK RELEASE - & - COBRA® CUMMERBUND | TECHNOLOGY TORC| TACTICAL OPERATIONS RESPONSE CARRIER Circle 85 on Reader Service Card end—it allows your officers to carry their helmet all in one case. The rest seems pretty straight for- ward: space enough for two long rifles, baton holder, magazine holders, as well as zipper and VELCRO closures. It runs 46 inches total length, the helmet carrier (which is detachable), two 10 inch by 12 inch pockets, and one 9 by 12 inch pocket with an insignia patch on the outside. To top it off, there's even straps for officers to wear it like a backpack. The ex-LAPD officer who developed the Tactical Deployment Pack – Double Rifle Case wanted to create a true rapid response bag for the individual officer, a "go-bag for law enforcement," if you will. From what C O V E R S T O R Y Editor's Note: Find our SHOT Show image galler y at Of ficer.com/ 12303358.

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