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September 2012
Featured Article
By Doug Wyllie
With more patrol officers responding to active shooter situations, a vest just isn't enough anymore. A wide variety of ballistic shields are now available, varying in size, weight and NIJ ratings. But having the gear isn't enough; agencies need to implement the necessary training so active shooters don't get the best of officers. "Advantage is optimal"
Product Article
By Lindsey Bertomen
Gloves saved my hand, and I am an expert. Why these gloves are perfect for patrol use: they're flame resistant, have a reinforced hard knuckle panel, solid wet grip and are flexible. Not only could I shoot with them, the FR Magnum Force had tremendous "feel" for slide manipulation and magazine changes. Get a hold of these
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By Andrew Butts
Heckler and Koch's highest quality steel produces a barrel made for superior accuracy and long service life. Initially requested by Special Ops, now LEOs and civilians can own this battle-proven AR. "Germans always make good stuff!"
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Product Article
By Doug Wyllie
Toss it through a window or into a door. Nothing shakes this simple bot made of wheels, cameras, one IR illuminator and one rotating lever. SWAT teams get the tactical intel they need without surrenduring their position. No bells or whistles
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