January/February 2013 TAC GEAR
Full-Scale Tactics Trigger Trainer
The Trigger Trainer by Full-Scale Tactics is a unique, compact and non-threatening training device, designed to enhance firearm proficiency and speed by exclusively isolating and training the index finger for the development of smooth trigger control. The Trigger Trainer has many benefits, including: the ability to use it anywhere, saving of time and money by not needing to visit a shooting range or purchase ammo, and it simulates the feel of an actual hand gun.
Derrick A. Jordan, who has over 12 years of Federal Law Enforcement experience, invented the Trigger Trainer to help gun users improve their marksmanship by building finger dexterity and muscle memory. For more information, visit www.thetriggertrainer.net.
Burris Eliminator II and III LaserScopes
Burris’ Eliminator II and Eliminator III LaserScopes are now being shipped to dealers across the country. The new family of Eliminator LaserScopes offers hunters and shooters a broader choice and variety of options that take the guesswork out of long-distance shooting. From the very basic necessities of the 3.5x-10x-40mm Eliminator with a .3 MOA dot; to the remotely activated 4x-12x-42mm Eliminator II with a 999-yard range at any magnification; to the top-of-the-line 4x-16x-50mm Eliminator III with its new X96 windage-compensation reticle, remote ranging at any magnification out to 1,200 yards, sleek new design and enhanced extreme-range ballistic programming, For more information, visit www.burrisoptics.com.
ASP Micro USB Rechargeable Tactical LED Light and Case
Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP) is now shipping the Triad USB, the industry’s first Micro USB rechargeable tactical LED light, and the Triad Tactical Light Case (TLC). Powered by an 18650 Lithium-Ion battery, the Triad USB can be recharged on the go using a computer laptop or any micro USB cell phone charger. The Triad USB’s revolutionary technology produces a brilliant 300 lumens of light with a continuous runtime of approximately two hours.
The Triad USB incorporates all of the key features of ASP’s Triad family lights, including the three-position quiet switch (intermittent, locking and constant-on) and a foamed, vinyl grip. The Triad Tactical Light Case (TLC) carries every flashlight in ASP’s Triad family of lights. The lights are secured in the Triad TLC with the lens down. This position protects the lens from scratching and lets the user easily grab the flashlight’s grip, pull it straight from the case, and quickly shine the beam on a suspect or a situation. For more information, visit www.asp-usa.com.
Northrop Grumman Titus Robot
Northrop Grumman Corporation’s subsidiary Remotec Inc.’s Titus™ is the newest and smallest member of its Andros™ line of unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs). Northrop Grumman Remotec designed the lighter, faster, stronger and more intelligent UGV for a variety of missions, bringing new capabilities to the small UGV market. Titus weighs 135 pounds and measures 27 inches long, 16 inches wide, and 23 inches high. It retains the proven four-articulator design that has given Andros vehicles the best performance for more than 20 years. The system also features a unique operator control unit featuring a hybrid touchscreen and game system-style physical controls. Removable articulators, wheels and tracks provide users with the capability to navigate passageways that are only 16 inches wide or race down range to address a threat at a top speed of 7.5 mph. For more information, visit www.northropgrumman.com.