(MANSFIELD, TEXAS 2017/12/05) – Sellmark is doubling down on their commitment to back the blue with a new law enforcement division. The LE division caters specifically to licensed officers nationwide with exclusive pricing on reflex and red dot sights, riflescopes, night vision, thermal imaging and more for both departmental and individual recreational use.
From red dots to riflescopes, as well as digital night vision, Sightmark products help increase target acquisition speed and enhance accuracy while reducing the risk of malfunctions in intense situations.
The Sightmark Wolverine FSR Red Dot Sight, Ultra Shot M-Spec FMS Reflex Sight and Pinnacle 1-6x24TMD Riflescope scope have all been tested and recommended by the National Tactical Officer’s Association (NTOA), though Sightmark also has dozens of other products available perfectly suited for LEO service.
With a reputation for exceptional image quality, Pulsar optics enhance both night and day situational awareness and have become an integral part of surveillance, search and rescue and fugitive recovery for LEOs and other emergency responders. Many of Pulsar’s current devices include WiFi for additional display viewing via a detached monitor, smartphone or tablet and either onboard video recording or video-out capability.
To emphasize Sellmark’s support of law enforcement and best understand the communities’ needs, as well as outreach, the company’s new LE division is spearheaded by active law enforcement officer, Rich Collier. Collier has worked as a professional LEO for 17 years, in three police departments and currently serves as a Tarrant County Precinct 7 Deputy Constable. Throughout his career, Collier has served as a patrol officer, K9 handler, field training officer, special events officer and Chief of Police (Cedar Hill ISD).
Special pricing is available to all departments and law enforcement officers. There are product demonstrations and testing programs available upon request. For more information, please contact Sellmark’s LE Department by calling 817-225-0310 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.