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Week 473
01/22/2010
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Hot products debut at SHOT Show 2010
Springfield Armory’s 3.8 (named for its 3.8 inch barrel) features the marvelous grip ergonomics, a beautiful balance in the hand, and the high-quality Melonite finish you've come to expect in an XD. Read more

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New products
Spartan Tactical Concepts pioneers new 'go bags' for law enforcement
The platform can be hung on the back of a car seat, used as a backpack, or carried


Smith & Wesson debuts new BODYGUARD firearms
The new .380 pistol and .38 revolver feature integral INSIGHT lasers


RAT Grips introduces weapon grips that mold
The thermal moldable grip system is unlike any other, allowing for enhanced control


Piexon provides alternatives to OC spray canisters
The JPX Jet Protector has many less lethal advantages


The next-generation of search and rescue management has arrived. Rhodium Command contains numerous features to make your mission both more efficient and safer. From integrated mapping to automatically generated missing person flyers, Rhodium Command allows you to make more effective command decisions while staying better organized and providing a more secure and credible incident record.
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Remember the Safety Circle when muzzling your gun
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The concept of the Safety Circle has been taught in firearms courses nationwide, but many officers and agencies are still unfamiliar with it. The Safety Circle trains officers to find the safest place to point a firearm's muzzle when there is no immediate threat. Follow these three training principles to keep you, your partners, and nearby citizens safe when drawing your weapon on patrol ... Full column
Featured News
Philly cop says worn-out holster led to shooting

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An Amtrak officer has sued the national rail corporation, claiming that the company is liable for an incident where a woman was able to grab his gun and shoot him in the foot ... Full story

Should replacing a used holster be a department's responsibility? Or should an officer replace his or her equipment when the department won't?

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Dragon Runner™ tactical robots are remotely-operated vehicles that work particularly well in tight spaces. In addition to vehicle interiors, they can be used for under-vehicle inspections and reconnaissance inside buildings, sewers, drainpipes, caves or courtyards. The robot is 2 ft, 9 in. long by 1 ft., 3 in. wide and 8 in. tall.
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News and Announcements
First female NY trooper killed on-duty in crash

Texas police take down man firing shots at capitol

NM city releases video of officer 'pummeling' teen

Reward raised to $25K in shooting of Alaska officer

Undercover Tenn. cops escape bullets during drug deal

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QuikClot is a must for any first aid or emergency kit. It stops moderate to severe bleeding until further medical help is available. QuikClot is a chemically inert material in a mesh bag that speeds coagulation of blood, resulting in a stable clot that stops bleeding. Stops bleeding quicker than conventional methods and is safe to leave on wounds until more advanced medical help arrives.
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6 tips for dealing with difficult suspects

Tactical TipA reality of police work is that you will eventually deal with obnoxious people. As an officer, you must keep your cool. Here are a few tips to help prepare yourself for the inevitable moment when a suspect pushes your buttons ... Full tip

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