POLICE Magazine

MAR 2019

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28 POLICE MARCH 2019 potential light level demands. Functioning on two CR-123 lithium batteries, the Toma- hawk NV provides white light as well as three Infrared output levels, and has an integrated 880nm IR beacon. Streamlight (www.streamlight.com) in- troduced several new illumination tools, including the Protac 90. e Protac 90 is the company's latest addition to the Protac series of tactical lights. e compact 300-lumen light features a 90-degree head for right-an- gle lighting, and also permits varied fuel op- tions, including the use of a single CR123A lithium, AA alkaline, or AA lithium battery. SureFire (www.surefire.com) announced its Stiletto Pro slim-profile, high-output flashlight. e Stiletto Pro features SureFire's proprietary MaxVision Beam reflector and offers 1,000 lumens in high-output mode, 250 lumens in medium mode, and 5 lumens in low mode. A re- chargeable lithium polymer battery and included micro-USB cable charger keep the Stiletto Pro powered. FOOTWEAR 5.11 Tactical (www.511tactical.com) showed new models in its A.T.A.C. 2.0 collection. e new boots are substantially lighter without compromising safety and performance in the most unforgiving envi- ronments, 5.11 says. Danner (www.danner.com) brought its new Fullbore boot to SHOT. Available in Black, Coyote, and Gunmetal Gray, the Fullbore is a 4.5-inch boot that has water- proof features and Ortholite cushioning for comfort. Reebok (http://reebokwork.com/type/ tactical-footwear) showed its complete line of Sublite Cushion boots. e Sublite Tacti- cal Series includes 8-inch, 6-inch, Oxfords, and Mids all featuring the Sublite EVA cush- ion midsole with rubber heel and forefoot pad. e boots have moisture-wicking nylon mesh linings and MemoryTech Massage re- movable cushion footbeds. Ridge (www.ridgefootwear.com) brought its newest duty boot, the Momentum 8-inch side zip. e lightweight duty boot has a full- grain leather toe, removable insole, and ny- lon loop speed lacing. orogood (www.thorogoodusa.com) brought its new 1274 Series boots. e 1274 is for the badge number of Det. Jason Weiland who served in an agency near orogood's Wisconsin headquarters and was killed by gunfire in 2017. orogood says the boots honor all fallen officers and the company is donating a portion of the proceeds to Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.). e athletic shoe-inspired boots come in three versions: Oxford, 6-inch, and 8-inch. ey are designed for duty and have Vibram outsoles, dual-density polyurethane midsoles, and lightweight mesh uppers. HOLSTERS B l a c k H a w k (w w w. b l a c k h a w k . c o m) showed its new Omnivore retention holster. e Omnivore can fit 150 different holsters, and it uses the pistols rail for retention. DeSantis (w w w.desant isholsters.com) brought its Infiltrator Air IWB holster to SHOT. e Infiltrator Air is adjustable for cant and height. Fabric on the back of the holster is synthetic and breathable—hence the name. Galco (www.galcogunleather.com) intro- duced the KingTuk Classic. e company says the new holster is an alternative to its KingTuk Deluxe IWB that provides comfort- able carry, fast draw, and easy reholstering. KingTuk Classic has a smooth back plate that quickly conforms to the wearer's hip. OPTICS Aimpoint (www.aimpoint.com) introduced the Acro P-1 op- tic at SHOT. is compact reflex sight was developed primarily for use on handguns but can be used on long guns. e Acro P-1 features a 3.5 MOA red dot reticle, and digital intensity adjust- ment switches that can be manipulated while wearing gloves. Burris (www.burrisoptics.com) showed its new XTR III front focal plane rifle scopes. e scopes are available in two models (3.3-18x50mm and 5.5-28x56mm) with three reticle options. FLIR (www.flir.com) brought its new Sci- on PTM thermal monocular, which was de- veloped specifically for law enforcement ap- plications. e Scion is a high-performance thermal system with a 60 Hz refresh rate and picture-in-picture zoom for capturing de- tails at a distance while maintaining situa- tional awareness close in. Leupold (www.leupold.com) introduced the Freedom RDS (Red Dot Sight). e Free- dom RDS will be available in two distinct models: one with ¼-MOA click adjustments, the other a precision exposed BDC elevation turret that ships with measurements out to 500 yards for standard 55-grain .223 Rem- ington ammunition. e RDS is designed to install easily on AR-style rifles. Night Vision Devices (www.nvdevices. com) showed a very lightweight (less than 15 ounces) night vision binocular, the Mini B AAA. Available in 16mm and 18mm, the Mini B AAA has a runtime of 10 hours on one AAA battery. Primary Arms (www.primaryarmsop- tics.com) announced its new line of GLx4 rifle scopes. e line includes three first fo- cal plane scopes, the GLx4 2.5-10x44FFP, the GLx4 4-16x50FFP, and the GLx4 6-24x50FFP. All GLx4 scopes feature premium glass, elevation rotation indicators, patent pending Zlock and Zstop adjustment turrets, and AutoLive motion sensing reticle illumination. Pulsar (www.pulsarnv.com) showed its Accolade ermal SHOT Show 2019 PROPPER PULSAR

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