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There are agencies which — for either budgetary or cultural reasons — use the barest minimums in their handgun qualifications, requiring a mere 15 rounds in a course of fire in an entire year, allowing 20 to 30 percent of those rounds to miss their mark. Meanwhile some agencies spare no expense, sending hundreds of rounds downrange every six months and requiring 100 percent hit rate.

Check out the feature today from Dennis Haworth and see where your agency falls in the spectrum.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
Firearms Column
Law enforcement range masters should be stretching their budgets until they scream, making a meaningful training event out of every round fired by cops on the line ...
Powerful pocket pistol
Firearms Column
The.380 Bodyguard is a 180-degree shift away from the short-lived Sigma SW380 and is the first "micro .380" to ship with a laser sighting system built into the frame ...
$175 cheaper than before
Firearms Column
This patrol rifle is unlike the more typical AR-15 and its many clones. This long gun brings some unique qualities to the table, especially for rural cops with long-distance threats ...
But does it shoot?
Firearms Tip
Developing shooting skills with your non-dominant side becomes critical when your dominant hand or arm has been taken out of the fight. SGM Kyle Lamb has some tips ... You have no 'weak' side
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