Law Enforcement Technology

MAR 2017

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Page 32 of 45 MARCH 2017 LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY 31 is working on a 220 grain 300 BLK cartridge for SIG Sauer. I peeked at the prototype, and it looks like it has an exaggerated driving band, and a stepped nose. No one makes a 300 car- tridge like that. Firearm Accessories Explorer Cases has been making hard cases of copolymer polypropylene for quite some time now. This year, they responded to consumer requests for a 3 Gun case that will survive the rigors of the discipline. Circle 87 on Reader Ser vice Card ® • 800.234.6151 • 1.972.494.6151 TRUSTED by Law Enforcement Garrett metal detectors are put to the test every day. The CSI Pro and Pro-Pointer AT are utilized for recovering crime scene evidence. Garrett's hand-held and walk- through metal detectors are trusted for high volume security screening checkpoints, loss prevention, and weapons detection for government buildings, schools, courthouses and prisons. CSI PRO-POINTER ® The Ultimate 3 Gun Travel Kit is a soft case with shoulder straps and room for ammunition and accessories that fits inside of the Explorer case #13513. This means that 3 gun shooters can go from packed to the competition site despite gentle handling by baggage handlers. Since this is a 3 gun case, it definitely shouldn't be lost on law enforcement users assigned to special teams. The hard case has four reinforced padlock areas and a waterproof seal. Alien Gear released its new ShapeShift Modular Holster System. This system consists of a single modular holster that can be placed into several different configurations, including IWB, OWB, Pocket Carry, and even on the forearm. The forearm may be a little over- the-top, but the retention and low profile of this holster gives it great potential. Alien Gear released their new ShapeShift Modular Holster System. Glockstore has been stocking new Glock aftermarket slides with custom cuts to improve handling, especially racking from the front.

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