Combined Systems (CSI)קומביינד סיסטמס ישראל

Head office: 388 Kinsman Road, Jamestown PA 16134-9540, USA |

Combined System Inc. (CSI) manufactures and supplies “less-lethal” weapons and launching systems to police forces and militaries worldwide, including Israel.

The company’s products include: projectiles, sting-ball and tear gas grenades and flash bangs, in addition to, launching systems tactical weapons and components.

The company also provides training products and services – programs that provide technical information and tactical application – to police forces and militaries.

CSI equipment are manufactured under a number of brands: Combined Tactical Systems (CTS), Penn Arms, CTS Thompson Handcuffs & Restraints, and CTS Training Institute.

CSI is one of the largest suppliers of the tear gas used to suppress uprisings throughout the globe.

Through its exclusive Israeli distributor M.R Hunter, the company supplies CSI equipment to the Israeli military, police, prison services and the Ministry of Defense in addition to the Prime Minister’s Office.

CSI tear gas canisters and high-velocity projectiles are used by the Israeli military to attack and disperse popular demonstrations in the occupied West Bank. The letters CSI or CTS (a CSI brand name) are marked on many of the tear gas canisters that litter Palestinian villages after protests.

More information about CSI and other crowd control companies and weapons can be found in Who Profit’s report: Proven Effective: Crowd Control Weapons in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.


Founded by Michael Brunn and Jacob Kravel.

Investors:  Point Lookout Capital Partners.



Subsidiaries of the company include: Penn Arms, which manufactures handheld launchers and Combined Tactical Systems (CTS), which produces less lethal munition.


Israeli representative: M.R Hunter, 6 Avraham Giron Street, Yehud, Israel.

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