FULL LIST OF Firearms Training RESULTS
Why Black Hills Barnes TSX is the first purpose-built police patrol rifle load–
The Barnes Tac-XP lineup of pistol bullets brings the same combination of excellent expansion and deep penetration to loads for sidearms
Why being a training 'Goldilocks' could get you killed–
Our version ‘Goldilocks’ is a police officer in a training scenario who needs to have everything “just right” or their performance suffers
Meggitt at SHOT Show 2014–
Meggitt at SHOT Show 2014. Meggitt Training Systems understands that today’s officers rely on real-world law enforcement training to succeed on the streets while maintaining their own safety. That’s why we’re the only training systems company in the industry to deliver both simulation training systems combined with live fire indoor and outdoor shooting range solutions. With nearly 120 years of combined heritage resting largely on Firearms Training Systems (FATS®) simulation capabilities and Caswell International range products, we continually lead the way in firearm instructor training and combined marksmanship training capabilities.
Shooting skills and the seductress of 'fast-food training'–
The Internet can be a great resource from which you may gain knowledge, but you cannot replace top-quality real-world firearms training
Firearms Review: The Mossberg 715T is a Plinkster in a sheepdog's clothing–
This rifle is essentially a Mossberg International 702 Plinkster in a molded AR-15 (A2 style) shell
A year after Dorner: Are you committed to training?–
The Dorner incident has not yet changed law enforcement training, tactics, mindset, and methods to the extent that I believe it could (or should!) and it’s on us — you and me — to make that change happen
One year after Dorner: A hard pill to swallow–
Today’s law enforcement professionals are finding themselves engaging adversaries with a higher degree of training than ever before
Using force-on-force drills to improve officer performance–
While FOF training is not new, I continually look for new ways to use the technology to increase performance in lethal force encounters
Firearms Review: Shooting the Smith & Wesson M&P CORE–
What makes the CORE unique is a clever series of adapter plates that allow the user to install optics from a number of different companies by simply switching plates
SHOT Show 2014: StressVest offers firearms training without projectiles–
This lightweight vest and belt set administers a pulsing shock to a person’s stomach when ‘shot’ by a corresponding laser gun
Rifle lights for law enforcement use–
The vast majority of police rifle training takes place in daylight conditions, but the wolves we hunt are often more active as the light fades to nighttime.
Gunfight training: Competition and the test of self–
One of the surest ways I know to test myself is competitive shooting — especially in world-class events like the USPSA Handgun Nationals.
Training Women (POSA)–
Lt. Yalena Pawella, formally of the Moscow Police Force, discusses the differences of, and the various techniques for training women in law enforcement.
Win this Reactive Steel Target - Demonstration by Chris Chen–
Challenge Targets new multifunctional, reactive steel target demonstration. Now you can make any cardboard target reactive by adding a steel plate behind the desired training zone. The target can be configured so it falls over when shot a designated number of times. Train to shoot center mass, head or pelvic zones. Great for body armor drills. Price as shown in video is only $198. Enter our facebook sweepstakes for a chance to win this target (drawing February 14, 2013): https://apps.facebook.com/primesocial/challenge_targets/. For additional product information visit: http://www.challengetargets.com/Multifunctional_Targets/PS-HD-TH-8-H.asp.
PoliceOne top 5
- NYC's 'Hipster Cop' retires from the force
- Cop's daughter makes teddy bears from uniforms of fallen officers
- Court: Sheriff exempt from releasing immigration records
- Video: Ind. trooper informs drivers about 'pretty incredible' turn signal
- Missing reports prompt review of Texas police shootings law