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Firearms Section Read Online Sign up Dec. 4, 2012
 Dear P1 Member,

In this month's eNews, Richard Fairburn reviews Designated Marksman optics and offers up his verdict on what the market has to offer, while Andrew Butts reviews Boresight Solutions texturing work.

And lastly, check out the story of how an anonymous donation paid for a New York department's firearms training.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
gear for long guns
Designated Marksman optics: A buyer's guide
By Dick Fairburn, PoliceOne Columnist
Operators need the ability to make shots at and beyond 200 yards and, more importantly, the ability to discriminate friend from foe. Top choices on the market
Firearms Evals
Get a grip with Boresight Solutions texturing work
By Andrew Butts, PoliceOne Contributor
Despite early naysayers, the M&P has proven itself to be a solid pistol at an affordable price. Impressive results
The PoliceOne Firearms Corner
Using .22 ARs for firearms training
By Ron Avery, PoliceOne Columnist
Can the .22 be a viable alternative to shooting the more expensive .223? I would give it a qualified yes. The bottom line

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