Otis Technology Adds LE Range Box

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posted on September 20, 2012
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Introducing the Otis LE Range Box, this new product meets the needs of all members of the Law Enforcement community.

The LE Range Box is designed specifically for trips to the range and is ideal for an entire law enforcement team. It is available in six different configurations to meet differing issued sidearm calibers. Each Range Box cleans 5.56 NATO/.223 Rem. caliber rifles, plus 9 mm, .40-caliber or .45-caliber handguns.  Consumers have the option to add 12-gauge shotgun components to either of the above options.  The cleaning gear is contained in a durable polypropylene box, which doubles as a sturdy and functional gun vise.

"We are excited to offer this new Otis LE Range Box to our law enforcement professionals, here and around the world," says Brad McIntyre, Director of Government and International Sales. "This product offers law enforcement teams a unique and cost effective way to properly clean and maintain their firearms using the Otis Breech-to-Muzzle method. It is especially useful when multiple officers are maintaining their firearms at the same time."

These products have retail prices of $324.99 for the rifle & pistol versions and $359.99 for the rifle, pistol, & shotgun versions.

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