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Disk Markers

Have you ever worked a drive-by shooting with shell casings laying around on the ground or roadway? Normally, you use small traffic cones to mark them. You can't carry very many with you due to the amount of space they take up. Try using fluorescent orange disk markers which are 8" in diameter and 2 1/4" high with a 2" hole in the top. The disk markers take up considerably less space than the traffic cones. The hole in the top allows you to place the disk marker over the shell casing or evidence. You can then look through the hole to see the evidence. Vinyl numbers can be placed on the disk markers. The disk markers are low profile, will work in the wind and on the sides of hills without tipping over. Because of their color when photographed at night with a flash, they stand out so they can be seen very easily.

Disk Markers can be purchased at most Wal-Mart and K-Mart stores or sporting goods stores for around $2.99 for a package of 4-marker disks.

Disk Markers
Disk Markers



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