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Oakley Tactical Eyewear: Ballistic Eye Protection (Eyepro) for Tactical Shooting

by David Crane [email protected] Click on images below to view them full-size. All photos were taken by Arnold Crane, Photographer, and are the property of DefenseReview.com. I recently wrote several articles for a print publication after I test-fired a few weapon systems–the select-fire Lewis Machine & Tool Monolithic Rail Platform/Quick-Change Barrel System (LMT MRP/QCBS), Barrett M468-A1 subcarbine (6.8x43mm SPC), and …

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5.11 Tactical Introduces the H.R.T. Tactical Ballistic Computer Watch at SHOT

by David Crane [email protected] Click on the digital images of the 5.11 H.R.T. Tactical Watch/Ballistic Computer (below) to view them full-size. All photos are the property of DefenseReview.com. This product is, hands down, one of the coolest new tactical products DefenseReview got to view and handle at SHOT Show 2005, and it’s not even a weapon system. Rather, it’s what …

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SHOT Show Pics: AI AS50 Semi-Auto .50 BMG Anti-Materiel Rifle for SPECOPS

by David Crane [email protected] February 07, 2005 In our very recently published article on the new Accuracy International (AI) AS50 Semi-Automatic .50 BMG Anti-Materiel Rifle, titled "Accuracy International AS50 Semi-Auto .50 BMG Rifle for U.S. Navy SEALs, and featuring AS50 brochure pics (including weapon specs), we promised our readers some digital pics of the AS50 at SHOT Show 2005, taken …

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Update: CopterBox Airdrop Delivery System for Military/PMC Counterinsurgency Ops

by David Crane [email protected] DefenseReview first published info on CopterBox back in August (2004). The article was titled "CopterBox Expendable Airdrop Delivery System for Ammo, Food, Meds, and More". Your humble correspondent then wrote a much more in-depth article on CopterBox for Military.com SoldierTech (a DefenseReview.com content partner site) in September, 2004. The Military.com SoldierTech article is titled "SUPPLIES AWAY: …

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New Kimber Warrior 1911 Pistol: Digital Pics from SHOT Show 2005

by David Crane [email protected] DefenseReview got to handle the new Kimber Warrior 1911 pistol (.45 ACP) at its debut at SHOT Show 2005. Basically, it’s the civilian-release version of the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) ICQB/MCSOCOM Det 1 pistol, although there are some differences. For instance, the Kimber Warrior utilizes an integral M1913 tactical light rail, instead of the Dawson screw-on …

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SHOT Show 2005 Pics (Civilian-Legal FN P90 PDW and FN F2000 Prototypes Included)

by David Crane [email protected] DefenseReview will be publishing its SHOT Show 2005 pics in the days to come. However, in the meantime, before we get ours uploaded, "platform389" has posted some terrific digital pics of cool items he found at the show on the MilitaryPhotos.net forums, and "LARRYG36" and "Schuey2001" have done likewise at the HKPro.com forums. DefRev will try …

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New Corner Shot 40™ 40mm Grenade Launcher: ‘Around-the-Corner’ Force Multiplier

by David Crane [email protected] The following article contains a digital photo of the new Corner Shot 40™ 40mm "Around-the-Corner" Personal Grenade Launcher (PGL). As far as DefenseReview is aware, this is the first information-with-picture to be published on the new weapon system. Back in December, 2003, we published an article on CornerShot, which impressed us at SWAT Round-Up 2003. The …

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New Remington 870 Modular Combat Shotgun (MCS) and 870P MAX for Mil/LE Apps

by David Crane [email protected] Remington recently introduced a new take on an old shotgun, the venerable Remington 870 pump-action shotgun. The new incarnation is called the 870 MCS, which stands for "Modular Shotgun System". The key word in that phrase is "modular". The Remington 870 MCS pump-action shotgun can be configured for an operator’s specific mission requirements. Military and law …

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Night-Ops Gladius Tactical Illumination Tool/Weapons Light for Fighting at Night

by David Crane [email protected] For those not already aware, there’s an exciting new tactical illumination tool (i.e. tactical white light/weapons light) that will be introduced at SHOT Show 2005 in a few days by a company called Night-Ops. It’s called the Gladius High-Intensity LED (Light-Emitting Diode) Multi-Purpose Illumination Tool, and it’s the product of a partnership between Ken Good (a.k.a. …

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