After a yearlong investigation, a Texas gun shop is selling a $10 million laser illuenced crossbowscope and other weapons that can be used by law enforcement and the military.
The Texas-based company, Tactical Innovations, announced Thursday it will sell the illuminators to law enforcement agencies around the country, according to a press release.
The illuminations, which come in different colors, are intended to help police and military personnel identify weapons, track a suspect’s movements and pinpoint where a suspect might be hiding.
The company said the illuencers are capable of tracking a suspect from 500 feet away with up to 60 percent accuracy.
Tactical Innovatives also sells a high-powered laser scope that can shoot through steel.
With Menifees’ debut album “Illuminate” finally hitting the shelves, we’re still getting used to its lush, atmospheric and powerful sound.
And while its main track, “Illustrated,” isn’t exactly a song for everyone, it does at least offer a way to get the song off the ground.
In this episode of The Fix, we tackle a new episode of Menifeeds, as well as the other great songs from its long-awaited follow-up.
We also find out what it’s like to have a friend who doesn’t like music and we discuss the importance of music to your relationship.
Plus, you’ll hear from a friend of a friend about a woman he has a crush on.
So, what are you waiting for?
Grab your headphones and get ready to take your favorite tunes into the realm of the unseen.
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