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New Law Enforcement Guns & Gear For Fall 2014

Come along to the 2014 International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) show to see newest law enforcement guns and gear!

Chevrolet 2015 Caprice

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Chevrolet 2015 Caprice

Bringing 6-liter V8 power to the streets, the 2015 Caprice from Chevrolet offers LEOs a top-tier cruiser ready for duty. The Caprice features 112 cubic feet of interior volume, with a 17.4-cubic-foot trunk (with a full-size spare tire) for extra storage. The cruiser sports a rearview camera system and eight airbags for safety. A 3.6-liter V6 engine is also available.

For more information, visit gmfleet.com/police.

 

DeSantis Champ

LEO Fall 2014 gear DeSantis Champ

DeSantis Champ

Tentatively named the “Champ,” this new holster was on display at the 2014 IACP show. The holster is made from molded Kydex and offers either paddle or belt loop carry. It is completely ambidextrous and will be available for several Glock variants as well as Smith & Wesson J-frames and the Shield pistol.

For more information, keep an eye out on desantisholster.com.

 

Fury Tactical Batons

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Fury Tactical Batons

The Fury line of expandable tactical batons offers LEOs a compact and powerful impact weapon system for their duty belt. Affordably priced and rock solid in design, the batons feature rubber “Power Grip” handles for extreme control and performance.

For more information, visit joy-247.com.

 

Hogue LE Laser System

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Hogue LE Laser System

New from Hogue is the LE (laser equipped) handgun grip system. The grip-integrated laser system features a programmable, three-mode laser unit. The system features a dual-battery design with both batteries located in the left-side grip panel to allow users to swap out batteries without affecting the zeroing of the laser unit on the right grip panel.

For more information, visit getgrip.com.

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