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JAN 2019

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36 POLICE JANUARY 2019 E.A.R. INC. CUSTOM-FIT ELECTRONIC EARPLUGS For officers who need hearing enhancement plus protec- tion against gunfire, flash bangs, and other noises during training exercises, E.A.R. Inc. makes custom-fit electron- ic earplugs. Each pair is made to fit the user's ear perfect- ly and be comfortable to use all day long. ere are several models and colors to choose from with varying features and capabilities such as wireless radio communications, back- ground/wind suppression, and hearing loss compensation. https://earinc.com/?s=E.A.R.+Digital&post_type=product ELITE TARGET SYSTEMS TAC II PORTABLE TWO POSITION TURNING TARGET SYSTEM e TAC II portable turning target system from Elite Target Systems is wireless, compact, and battery driven. It dis- plays a pair of targets for handgun training or practice, and can be operated up to 1,000 feet away for sniper exercises. Multiple TAC IIs can be synchronized for group activities and setup takes only five minutes. www.elitetargetsystems.com LASER AMMO USA INC. LASERPET II e LaserPET II is an advanced standalone laser-based reactive target made to dramatically enhance an officer's skills with immediate feedback by focusing on their draw time, accuracy, reloads, and much more. New features in- clude: Six Smart Skill Modes with programmable split and elapsed time scores, flash and auditable feedback response, and the ability for the shooter to define his or her own drill parameters. Designed in conjunction with LEOs, this tool is completely portable. Special pricing available for individu- al officers and agencies. https://www.laser-ammo.com/ MEGGITT TRAINING SYSTEMS XWT PROIMAGE Meggitt Training Systems' XWT ProImage projected target system is a compact video projector and camera system that attaches to Meggitt's XWT target carrier. Wirelessly connected to a 10-inch lane control unit mounted to the shooting stall, the system projects interactive games, digi- tal videos, and images that a shooter can upload onto white paper or cardboard targets. e onboard camera provides a streaming, close-up view of the target for instantaneous feedback. e XWT ProImage is a simple addition to any XWT GEN3 or GEN4; uses lithium batteries; and with the XWT, it docks and charges while in operation. https://meggitttrainingsystems.com/live-fire-training/ law-enforcement-commercial-live-fire/xwt-proimage-pro- jected-target-system/ TARGETS AND RANGE SYSTEMS 2019 Use these tools to enhance your firearms training. Melanie Basich

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