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Federal Reserve Security Places LaserMax Order

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2017
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Laser gun sight manufacturer LaserMax Inc. has received an order from the U.S. 4th District Federal Reserve Security Force for its Guide Rod lasers used in the security-force-issued Glock G17 and G19 pistols.

"The adoption of the Guide Rod lasers from a security force of this prestige is an incredible testament to the trust and confidence these guys put in our product," said Chris Gagliano, Director of Military Products for LaserMax. "Getting to work with the tactical response team at the Federal Reserve is a great honor and we are thrilled to have them utilizing our Guide Rod laser systems on their duty sidearms."

The primary duty of uniformed division officers is to provide law enforcement and force protection services to Federal Reserve facilities. Other than administrative matters and violations of Federal Reserve Bank regulations, Federal Reserve Security Forces respond to police, fire, medical incidents and site security issues in and adjacent to their assigned facilities.

"We are so happy that the 4th District Federal Security Force has joined the growing list of Federal and Local Law Enforcement agencies that recognize the tactical advantage that laser aiming devices provide officers,"said Chris Tinkle, Chief Sales Officer of LaserMax. "I have enormous respect for the job these officers do and providing the tools and training to increase their shooting proficiency is a wonderful achievement for LaserMax."


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