EOTech Counterfeit Update: Anaheim CA
The most recent update on the counterfeit scandal surrounding EOTech Holographic Sights involves a guilty plea from the accused Isaac Cheuk Hang Tse and Pao Sheng Yang. Paul Mangano, President of EOTech had the following to say, "This fight against counterfeit products is not about lost corporate margins. Our concern centers around the fact that counterfeit models do not offer the holograpic technology available in a true EOTech. If a military or law enforcement officer is mistakenly using a counterfeit model they are unknowingly adding additional risk to already life threatening situations. The lives and safety of our countries civil servants are this companies highest concern and these counterfeit products are putting those lives at risk." EOTech supports the departements and individuals involved in attempting to stop this counterfeit product from entering the country and stands proudly behind its Made in the USA products. UPDATE: AP State Online California Guilty pleas in counterfeit rifle sights case A Southern California businessman and his office manager have pleaded guilty to selling counterfeit (EOTech) high-tech rifle sights over the Internet. Orange County prosecutors say 65-year-old Isaac Cheuk Hang Tse, a co-owner of Anaheim-based Field Sports, and 34-year-old Pao Sheng Yang pleaded guilty Tuesday to selling counterfeit goods and possessing an assault weapon, both misdemeanors.They were initially charged with felonies.City News Service says Tse was sentenced to 60 days in jail and he was placed on three years' probation...
2011 Insight HX Flashlight Rebate
Insight Technology HX Tactical Flashlight Rebate Ann Arbor, MI August 2011- Insight Technology announced today that it is offering a fall rebate on the complete line of HX Tactical Hand-Held Flashlights...