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Kimber Eclipse Target .45 ACPKimber Eclipse Target .45 ACP
Accuracy International AX .308 Win aAccuracy International AX .308 Win
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AR15 Stag Arms, Night Vision CNVD-LRAR15 Stag Arms, Night Vision CNVD-LR
Laser Devices DBAL-A2, Night Vision LVLMi-14, AR15 Stag ArmsLaser Devices DBAL-A2, Night Vision LVLMi-14, AR15 Stag Arms
Laser Devices DBAL A2Laser Devices DBAL-A2
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MKE MP5, Aimpoint M2, Insight Tech. M6X LEDMKE MP5, Aimpoint M2, Insight Tech. M6X LED
Sphinx 3000 CompactSphinx 3000 Compact

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Kimber SIS

One of the most elite tactical law enforcement units in America, the LAPD™ Special Investigation Section - or SIS - was formed in 1965. Specially trained in surveillance, these plain-clothes professionals often stake out and covertly follow violent criminals until they can make an arrest during the commission of a crime. SIS is also a trendsetter, developing tactics and testing special weapons before they are generally issued. Due to the nature of their assignments, SIS Detectives depend on their pistols to a much greater extent than uniformed officers or tactical team members. In 2002, LAPD™ SWAT selected a Kimber 1911 .45 ACP as their duty pistol, purchased approximately 160 units and placed them in service. In 2005, SWAT Team members put SIS Detectives in contact with Kimber, and the Detectives requested that Kimber work with them to create a duty pistol that met their high standards and unique requirements. The stated reasons for making this change were the superior accuracy of the 1911 platform and SWAT’s satisfaction with their Kimber pistols. In development for over two years, Kimber SIS pistols are now a reality. What began as a single pistol became a family of four models that would serve a full spectrum of tactical needs. SIS was given Departmental approval to transition to the Kimber 1911 in late 2006, and completed the transition in 2007. SIS also agreed that these pistols could be offered to the public.