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In this Issue
Dear P1 Member,

In this issue, John Farnam shares his thoughts about physically confirming your rifle zero even when all you have access to is a 46-meter range, while Sgt. Glenn French offers his preferred tactics for a bus assault.

We also feature an article by Lt. Dan Marcou about a regional task force — made up of existing SWAT and EOD teams — designed to mitigate various threats in his home state of Wisconsin.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
Featured Article
The Aligned Law Enforcement Response Team is made up of existing SWAT teams and bomb units selected with a geographic emphasis.
A roadmap for success
Featured Article
Hostage rescue operations in a mobile environment may be the toughest challenge any tactical team can encounter.
Stronghold can quickly become mobile

Tactical Tip
Rifles chambered for .223 are capable of being zeroed at any range, and one can make a reasonable argument for a number of different strategies, from 25/300 to 100/100. Limited to a pistol range?
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