Spec Ops Spotlight

NO GAMES THIGH ARMOR Invented by a LEO specifically for…

NO GAMES THIGH ARMOR
Invented by a LEO specifically for duty and military use, the BUGG is a comfortable Level IIIA undergarment that provides ballistic protection for the thigh and femoral artery. The undergarment (think compression bicycle shorts) has removable inserts to protect a vital area too often ignored. Available as a BDU with ballistic inserts, the BUGG offers protection with a full range of motion and mobility. (nogamesgear.com)

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AROUND CORNERS SIGHT
The Concealed Engagement Unit (CEU) from Aimpoint will mount on any Picatinny rail behind an optical sight and allow the user to view their sight and engage targets at a near 90-degree angle. This allows an officer to remain safely behind cover, exposing only their weapon, while scouting or accurately aiming. The sight is usable from both the right and left side and provides a true image (not a mirror image) with no magnification. (aimpoint.com; 877-246-7646)

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POINT BLANK BODY ARMOR
For the first time there is ballistic body armor that meets or exceeds the testing requirements for three separate standards: the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Standard-0101.06 Level IIIA, the FBI’s controlled projectile and most prolific threat, and the DEA’s MIL-STD-662F fragmentation. The FIIIA ballistic package from Point Blank also features improved wearer comfort and maneuverability, and a suspension system to keep panels from sagging or rolling. (pointblank armor.com; 954-630-0900)

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