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LBT x TBL Charity Raffle

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

LBT has partnered up with a few industry friends to show appreciation and support for the men and women of Law Enforcement by sponsoring local LEOs to take part in numerous charity events held by Law Enforcement United throughout the year.

Entry Level Tiers
$5(1x Entry)
$25(5x Entry)
$50(10x Entry)

Each $5 donation will count as an entry for the #LBTxTBL project raffle containing the follwing items

– Custom TBL Sk8-Hi Vans w/ Thin Blue Line embroidered patch
– 3″ x 2″ Thin Blue Line Patch
– 1 LBT-1476A v2 Three Day Assault Pack
– 1 LBT6094 FRG Plate Carrier

– Level IV Armor Plate Set, Shooters Cut Front/Back

– Aegis Echo II Compact ballistic impact eyewear
– Matte Black Founder Shades w/ Green Sol-X Mirror

– The Original 0.5mm Covert


G-Code Introduces Taser X2 RTI Holster

Sunday, October 9th, 2016

G-Code’s holster for the X2 Taser offers dual retention and the closed front-end design protects the ARC and Stun Gun components of the Taser. What’s more, it incorporates G-Code’s popular RTI.

Available in Black, OD, Coyote and Grey in right or left hand models.

Introducing New A-TACS LE-X

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

Last year A-TACS Camo introduced its A-TACS iX (Intermediate Xtreme) pattern as the central pattern in their “X” camo lineup. Later, they followed with the introduction of A-TACS AT-X, (Arctic Tundra Xtreme) which was quickly adopted by the Norwegian Special Forces. Now Digital Concealment Systems is releasing a new and enhanced version of their original Law Enforcement Pattern called A-TACS LE-X (Law Enforcement Xtreme).

Like the original A-TACS LE pattern, the new LE-X variant was developed primarily for use by Urban and Metropolitan SRT teams conducting low-light operations. The pattern is also suited to a wide range of other tactical military and law enforcement applications.

The Black, blue and grey coloration in A-TACS LE-X also works well with the black nylon gear utilized by many SRT personnel, which allows for easier integration into service.

In the coming weeks and months, new A-TACS LE-X will be introduced on a wide range of uniform and nylon gear options by a CORE group of A-TACS Camo brand partners including TRU-SPEC, Tactical Tailor, OPS Gear, Tactical Performance Corp. and others. Press releases and availability dates on specific product offerings will be forthcoming. For additional information, contact A-TACS Camo by e-mail at:

Velocity | Thin Blue Line Hat

Friday, September 23rd, 2016

Velocity Sysyems is raising funds for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund by selling these Thin Blue Line caps. 100% of proceeds go to the charity.

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Tactical Distributors – Thin Blue Line KCRF Shirts Raise Money for Spirit of Blue Foundation

Thursday, September 8th, 2016

We’ve recently seen some rough times in this country and unfortunately, members of the Law Enforcement community have given their lives in service. One of our biggest concerns here at SSD is that these men and women (and their K9 partners) have the equipment they need to protect their communities as well as themselves. Recently, Tactical Distributors approached us about doing a Thin Blue Line version of our popular Keep Calm Return Fire T-shirts to raise finds for a Law Enforcement charity.  We thought it was a great idea and suggested Spirit of Blue Foundation for the great work they do identifying and fulfilling capability gaps in smaller Law Enforcement Agencies.  Since 2011, this 501(c)(3) has awarded 42 grants valued at almost $200,000 in 22 states.  

We only had one stipulation; our entire licensing fee had to go to Spirit of Blue.  The shirts look great and we are pleased to report that TD kicked in on their end as well.  $10.00 from the sale of each shirt will be donated to Spirit of Blue.

ADS Presents – Active Shooter Impact on Law Enforcement Response Training and Preparedness

Sunday, August 21st, 2016

Law Enforcement across the country have focused on planning for, and reacting to, Active Shooter events. ADS Inc has shared this blog entry with us to briefly discuss the scenario and to show some material solutions. 


As it relates to law enforcement, an “active shooter” situation is described as one in which a shooting is in progress and typical law enforcement protocols may be affected in terms of methods used for responding to the incident. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the “active” aspect of the term implies both law enforcement and the bystander have the potential to affect the outcome based on their responses. (Federal Bureau of Investigation 2013) According to a study released by the FBI in 2013, Law enforcement and an active shooter exchanged gunfire upon their arrival to the scene in 45 out of the 160 active shooter situations throughout 2000 – 2013.

Nearly half of the shooter involved officer deaths in this study were due to being under fire in open spaces and having little training or knowledge of how to respond or protect themselves. According to Greg Ellifritz, President of Active Response Training (Follow his blog), this study revealed the importance for law enforcement to undergo additional training similar to that of military tactics such as “bounding overwatch.” (Ellifritz 2014)

The new FBI study of 2014 and 2015 active shooter incidents was released just three days after the Orlando nightclub shooting (omitting the statistics from this incident). There were a reported 40 active shooter incidents throughout the 2014 to 2015 time period.

Of the 40 incidents, more than half (26) ended with law enforcement at the scene; 14 incidents ended in both gunfire exchange with law enforcement and the shooter being killed, while 12 others resulted in the shooter being apprehended. This is a dramatic difference from the FBI’s 2000 – 2013 study that revealed more than half (90) of the 160 active shooter situations ended on the shooter’s initiative with the shooter committing suicide, ceasing to shoot or fleeing the scene. (Federal Bureau of Investigation 2016)

Although these frightening statistics (see Diagram A) are hard to comprehend, they show a strong trend towards improving the way our law enforcement are educated and protected in responding to active shooter situations.


In response to the growing number of ballistic threats to Law Enforcement, and the government’s effort to create awareness around active shooter situations, ADS has worked with reliable tactical & body armor manufacturers, LBT and Custom Armor Group (CAG), to develop a custom packaged solution.

ADS is proud to offer affordable ballistic protective equipment for law enforcement officers that is light weight, NIJ06 certified and available to ship immediately. ADS’s easy and affordable solution is the ballistic protection your department needs at a fraction of the cost.


situation. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be prepared for one. Our Active Shooter Ballistic Response Kits are designed to provide you with the utility and protection you need to effectively respond to an active shooter situation without breaking the bank or dealing with long lead-times.

Starting at just $295, each kit comes with your choice of a black Standard or Advanced Plate Carrier Vest from LBT, a set of Level III or Level IV rated ballistic armor plates from CAG, and a matching “POLICE” hook and loop patch.

Click here for a spec sheet.

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SOTech Displays New Products At NTOA

Saturday, August 13th, 2016

SOTech is excited to support Less Lethal Concepts’ debut of their Pepper Pak at NTOA this weekend. SOTech was pleased to be asked to engineer a carriage system for Less Lethal Concepts’ innovative riot control spray device. Come check out both companies in booth 302 Sunday and Monday at the NTOA National Conference in Louisville, KY. SOTech will also have its law enforcement line of IFAKs, active shooter response gear, slings and Taser holsters on display.

SOTech will debut its latest evolution of the Viper Flat IFAK – a vehicle headrest adapter kit. Developed with Portland PD, the kit mounts a Flat IFAK with side pull-out capability to the front or back of the headrest (depending on whether you ride one-up or two-up). Check it out in Booth 302.

GT Distributors – Support Everyday Heroes Event

Thursday, July 28th, 2016

GT Distributors will donate 100% of the profit on all individual sales from July 29th & 30th to first responder charities and/or funds. This includes all GT Distributors retail locations, online sales, and phone sales. There will be no discounts given to maximize our donation.

Event Highlights:
All new Glock handgun purchases will receive a gift with purchase.

$250 – $349.99 merchandise purchases or donations receive a custom “I Support Everyday Heroes” Yeti 20 oz. Tumbler.*

$350 or more merchandise purchases or donations receive a custom “I Support Everyday Heroes” Yeti 30 oz. Tumbler.*

* Firearms and optics purchases WILL be included in donations, however, Yeti offer excludes firearms and optics. Tax and shipping excluded from total.

Quantity are limited for immediate delivery but we will back order and ship.

GT is actively working with vendors for more door prizes and auction items at all locations.

Charities so far:
Guns and Hoses (DFW)
Direct Funds to Baton Rouge Officers Special Account
Central Texas Hundred Club
Assist the Officer
Russ Martin Foundation

Visit GT Locations for Door Prizes, Silent Auctions, and more:
Dallas, TX
Austin, TX
Rossville, GA
Jacksonville, FL

Brands are constantly donating MORE items for silent auctions and giveaways everyday.

5.11 Tactical
Falcon Industries
LWRC International
Phalanx Systems
Raven Concealment
Red Rock
Rite in the Rain
Smith & Warren
Smith and Warren
Stealth Operator Holsters
Sticky Holsters
Telor Tactical
Trident Concepts
Vista Outdoors

More silent auction and giveaway items are being added daily: visit for more details!