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MagPul Masada Adaptive Combat Weapon System (ACWS) Makes Its Debut

by David Crane david at defensereview.com All photos contained in this article were taken by DefenseReview.com and are the exclusive property of DefenseReview.com. They are not to be reprinted or disseminated in any fashion without the express written permission of DefenseReview.com. January 24, 2007 The MagPul Masada Adaptive Combat Weapon System (ACWS) a.k.a. MagPul Masada Rifle / Carbine, made by ... Read More »

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Review: Polarion PF40 ‘Helios’ HID Searchlight for Tactical and Patrol Ops

by David Crane david at defensereview.com DefenseReview recently got the chance to T&E the Polarion PF40 Helios High Intensity Discharge (HID) Searchlight / Flashlight for a couple weeks, and we came away very impressed with it. The light’s intensity/power is impressive. We actually took it to a local high school (including the field) and aimed/shined it everywhere we felt was ... Read More »

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Man-Packable, Rapid-Deployable Perimeter Security System for Special Operations

by David Crane david at defensereview.com A company called Millennium Sensor, LLC (a.k.a. MSensor) is manufacturing and marketing a mobile, rapid-deploy (a.k.a. quick-deploy) wireless perimeter security system (i.e. intrusion detection system) called the Personnel Peripheral Protection Mobile Remote Sensing System, or P3 MRSS for short. Described as a "man-portable, Personnel-Centric Intrusion Sensing technology designed for rapid, dynamic deployment, the P3 ... Read More »

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Modern Day Marine Military Expo: Latest and Greatest Tactical Technology

by Bob Taubert Like the SHOT Show, the annual Modern Day Marine Military Expo gets bigger and better each year. However, unlike SHOT some of the toys for Uncle Sam’s boys that are on display cost millions of dollars a pop. Aircraft, particularly the unmanned variety, unmanned and manned waterborne patrol and attack platforms, wheeled and tracked robots, people and weapons ... Read More »

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DefRev Quick Hits 2 from SHOT Show 2006: More ‘Latest and Greatest’

by David Crane [email protected] This is our second installment of "Quick Hits" from SHOT Show 2006 for our readers. Again, these are quick blurbs on items that we believe to be significant. DefenseReview will be reporting more in-depth on these technologies, later. – Cobb Manufacturing Inc. displayed their BA50 .50 BMG Anti-Materiel/Sniper rifle/carbine, at their booth, and one of the ... Read More »

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Crimson Trace Introduces New G-Series Lasergrips for Glock Pistols at IACP 2005

by David Crane david@defensereview..com All photos contained in this article were taken by, and are the exclusive property of, DefenseReview.com.  Click on the photos below to view them full-size.  Crimson Trace Corporation (CTC) has just introduced a new laser targeting system for Glock pistols called the G-Series Lasergrips. CTC bills the new G-Series Lasergrips as "the first user-installed Glock laser ... Read More »

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Crye Precision MultiCam Multi-Environment Camo Coating for Tactical Small Arms

by David Crane [email protected] The digital photos featured in this article (below) were taken by DefenseReview.com, and are the exclusive property of DefenseReview.com. Click on photos to view them full-size. While we’re on the subject of camouflage coatings/paint we thought we would share the following digital photos with our readers. They’re pics of the (5.56x45mm/.223 Rem) Lewis Machine & Tool ... Read More »

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More iRobot Packbot Robotic Infantry Soldiers Headed to Afghanistan and Iraq

by David Crane [email protected] On March 17th, 2005, it was announced that iRobot (headquartered in Burlington, MA) has won an $18.4 million Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) contract to provide 150 of its PackBot EOD Hazardous Duty Mobile Robots to the U.S. Navy by the end of 2005 for the purpose of explosive ordanced disposal operations. These robots, already battle-proven/combat-proven ... Read More »

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Protonex Awarded USAF Contract for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Power Source

The following is a Protonex Technology Corporation (PTC) Press Release. January 12, 2006 08:00 AM US Eastern Timezone Protonex Awarded U.S. Air Force Contract for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Power Systems SOUTHBOROUGH, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan. 12, 2006–Protonex Technology Corporation, a leading manufacturer of high-performance fuel cell power systems for portable and remote applications, was awarded a contract by the U.S. Air Force ... Read More »

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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. ... Read More »

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