ASP Introduces Tactical Light Case for Triad series

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posted on January 19, 2012
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ASP's flashlights are secured in the Triad TLC with the lens down. This position protects the lens from scratching and lets the user easily grab the flashlight's grip, pull it straight from the case and shine the beam quickly on a suspect or a situation.

ASP Chairmen and CEO Kevin Parsons, Ph.D., says the Triad TLC's clip is attached simply and securely to either a military or duty belt without having to remove the belt. The clip can be attached with two types of belt loops - one that rotates to 12 different positions or a second non-rotating loop that locks in three distinct positions.

The Triad TLC is made of polymer technology like that of the finest firearms. It will not easily show wear and tear from daily use and has an open bottom to alert the user if the light inadvertently activates. "The Triad TLC is both dependable and practical," Parsons said. "An officer can rely on it to perform in any situation, and that same officer can use it to carry any one of our Triad series of lights."

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A bout ASP / " Protecting Those Who Protect"

ASP is one of the industry's foremost suppliers of Batons, Restraints, Training, OC products and LED lighting. It has stood for innovative designs, flawless function and an unmatched standard of service since Kevin Parsons, Ph.D., founded the company in 1976. ASP holds more than 100 product patents and provides almost $2 million in free training each year to law enforcement. ASP is ISO 9001:2008 Certified. All products are designed in the United States.

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