The GT-14 from N-Vision Optics is the most advanced multi-purpose system for night time operations. Key features include: highest quality US Generation 3 image tubes, invisible to the human eye IR illuminator, hand held or head/helmet/rifle mountable, fully submersible, and shockproof. 3x and 5x afocal attachment lenses are available for longer range observations.
NEW YORK — Three detectives were acquitted of all charges Friday in the 50-shot killing of an unarmed groom-to-be on his wedding day, a case that put the NYPD at the center of another dispute involving allegations of excessive firepower.
The judge indicated that the police officers' version of events was more credible than the victims' version. "The people have not proved beyond a reasonable doubt that each defendant was not justified" in firing ...Full Story
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In today's PoliceOne video tip, trainer Roy Bedard shows techniques for taking front and rear falls in a tactically sound fashion.
In addition to showing you how to protect your head, abdomen and body "sharp points," he demonstrates how to protect both a handgun and a long gun you may be holding in a way that prepares you to quickly get back on target ...Full Tip
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