On Display: Government Security for the Future

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hide captionMakers say laser grips for guns help improve a shooter's aim: The red line of the laser is very close to the flight line of the bullet.

Raul Moreno, NPR
Laser grips for guns

Makers say laser grips for guns help improve a shooter's aim: The red line of the laser is very close to the flight line of the bullet.

Raul Moreno, NPR

In post-Sept. 11 America, security sells, even better than before. There's evidence of that at the Washington Convention Center this week, where GOVSEC 2006, the Government Security Expo and Conference, is taking place.

Vendors are selling bigger mobile emergency centers, improved mobile surveillance towers, bomb-investigating robots, Segway scooters for police, gun-mounted laser sights, sharper knives and glitzier badges.

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