Make this page my home page
  1. Drag the home icon in this panel and drop it onto the "house icon" in the tool bar for the browser

  2. Select "Yes" from the popup window and you're done!

Home  >  Newsletter Archive  >  Firearms Newsletter  > 

Firearms-eNews-September-2012

; ; ;
View this as a web page | Ensure delivery, add Newsletter@policeone.com to your safe sender list
Firearms Section Read Online Sign up Sept. 2012
 Dear P1 Member,

In this month's eNews, we add to the gun control debate that resurfaced after the Aurora shootings in July by saying choose your words carefully — when debaters are uninformed, it shows. And we also offer a review of the piston-driven SIG716, which offers some great improvements. Lastly, Chuck Remsberg and renowned firearms trainer John Farnam offer thoughts on fighting through a malfunction.

I've been doing some research lately into the proportion of OIS incidents which happen during the day versus during the night. If you have any reported data on this — from the local, state, or federal level — please send me an email. Further, if you have been in an OIS, please let me know if it was day or night. No other details are necessary, and your name will not be used.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
firearms issues
The gun control debate: Choose your words wisely
By Lance Eldridge, PoliceOne Columnist
While both sides of the debate make exaggerated comments, some of the most vocal critics of gun ownership are also among the most uninformed. And it shows
Print and share this story
Firearms Evals
Firearms Review: The piston-driven SIG716
By Andrew Butts, PoliceOne Contributor
SIG started making piston driven AR-15s in 2009 with the SIG516 and released the SIG716 in 2012. While the guns are similar in design and obviously related, the 716 is more than just a scaled-up 516. Big improvements
Print and share this story
Firearms tip
You pull the trigger, nothing happens. What then?
By Chuck Remsberg, PoliceOne Columnist
If a stoppage suddenly befalls you in a critical confrontation, are you well-practiced in how to clear the problem and get your gun running again? Do you have a backup?
Print and share this story
News

 All Firearms News
Connect with policeone
Twitter
News
updates
Facebook
Become
a fan
RSS Feeds
News
feeds
CopsOnline
Cops
Online
LinkedIn
Join our network
Police Blogs
Police
Blogs
PoliceOne Member Newsletter
PoliceOne PoliceOne does not send unsolicited messages. You are receiving this email because you have signed up for PoliceOne and subscribed to this newsletter. Visit our Customer Support page to report any SUBSCRIPTION, LOGIN or E-MAIL PROBLEMS.

200 Green Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94111
BLUtube.com PoliceOneTV Calibre Press PoliceGrantsHelp PoliceOneBooks