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BUGOUT BAG GOTE Gear


This 5-bag system is the perfect tool for those who are looking to prepare themselves for an emergency. This system is fantastic to set up with water, food, first aid, extra clothes, etc. Made from heavy duty truck tarp and nylon, the bags are designed to nest nicely in the large carry bag — this comes with a rigid bottom, reinforced corners and carry handles — making it easy to transport. For more info: (360) 993-2247 or www.gotegear.com


GUNCRUZER KR-10 GUNCASE CaseCruzer


TACLITE JEAN-CUT 5.11 Tactical


The new 5.11 Taclite Jean-Cut is made of the popular Taclite fabric but with cut and styling like a 5-pocket jean. A new 5+4 pocket style was created; as there are nine pockets total, including four multi-use pockets that can store magazines, cell phones or knives. Made of 6.14-ounce. ploy/cotton rip stop, this pant is wrinkle and fade resistant fabric. Discreet reinforced knee panels allow for ease at the range, and a diamond gusset increases the range of motion. This pant is a relaxed fit with a fixed waistband and has a straight leg that fits easily over boots, keeping its structure no matter the circumstances. Available in khaki, charcoal, TDU green and dark navy. Available in fall 2011; retails for $49.99. For more info: (866) 451-1726 or www.511tactical.com


The GunCruzer KR-10 reusable case is ideal for those who transport auto-loading, bolt-action rifles and shotguns across state lines. The case also accommodates law enforcement personnel who must haul weaponry. Suitable for firearms — with scopes and mounts — that do not exceed 36" in length, including many sporterized rifles. The single-gun KR-10 is available in several interior configurations. The case is designed with an O-ring seal and automatic pressure release valve. The exterior is molded of ultra high-strength polypropylene copolymer resin. It weighs 15 pounds and is a breeze to transport from car to shooting range or through airports thanks to embedded wheels and a pull handle. Exterior dimensions are a sleek 6.84x16.81x39.04". For more info: (800) 440-9925 or www.guncruzer.com


GLADIATOR LOCKUP BOX Highway Products Inc.


Used by law enforcement to keep their guns, ammo, evidence, raid gear and other expensive equipment locked up, it also keeps gear out of sight while giving fast access when needed. Made of 100 percent aluminum, these boxes come with 400-pound drawer slides and semi-truck locks for rugged, no-fail security. They have standard sized Lockup boxes to fit any SUV, but customize units to fit each law officer’s individual needs with little extra cost. Lifetime warranty. For more info: (800) 866-5269 or www.800toolbox.com


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New from Uncle Vernon’s PaqLite is the lasts-forever UVPaqlite: a unique light source that does not require any kind of fuel, has no mechanical parts, and can be rolled, folded or submerged in water or even frozen. It can light up a 5-man tent and weighs less than 4 ounces! Perfect for emergencies, first responders, and child’s nightlight or even for camping and hiking. For more info: (303) 907-2194 or www.uvpaqlite.com


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