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SHOT Show 2014: Video of Kershaw's New Knives  

January 28, 2014
In this video, Rexford and Kershaw's Jim McNair discuss the features of the knives, the material used, and their fit and finish.
<p>SHOT Show overview</p>

SHOT Show 2014--Gear Roundup  

January 17, 2014
We've compiled Police Magazine's take on of some of the products we found at the 2014 SHOT Show.
<p>Retired officer and Police Magazine contributor Gerard Zlotkowski holds a new AK variant at SHOT Show 2014.</p>

SHOT Show 2014: More Impressions from Vegas  

January 16, 2014
Where else than an exhibition for hunting and law enforcement firearms are you going to see t-shirts asking, "Have You Hugged Your Colt Today?", exhorting you to "Buy A Gun—Annoy a Liberal,” or celebrating diversity in the form of a collage of Smith & Wessons, Glocks, and Kimbers? Hey, it gives me the warm fuzzies.

SHOT Show 2014: Impressions from Vegas  

January 15, 2014
I don't understand the prohibitive nature of no firearms at SHOT Show, particularly since its demographic is represented by quite a few cops and military personnel.

Video: SHOT Show 2014—Glock's New .380  

January 14, 2014
Made to fit nicely on your ankle or in your pocket. The G42 is small, but it retains all the classic Glock controls and the feel of the Austrian gunmaker’s larger pistols. When you grab it, you’ll feel the ergonomics are pure Glock.
<p>Glock Model 42</p>

SHOT Show 2014—New Rifles and Handguns at Range Day  

January 13, 2014
Glock garnered most of the pre-show hype for the .380 ACP market with its introduction of the Model 42 pistol. This is the Austrian gunmaker's smallest pistol to date.
<p>Photo of SIG P227: Paul Budde and Becky Leavitt</p>

Do Not Tweak Your Service Weapon  

December 11, 2013
Most all departments have regulations regarding the modification of departmental issue/carry weapons. There are stories of weapons that failed to operate as designed due to poorly attempted modifications by the untrained and/or unskilled.
<p>Photo of Beretta 92F courtesy of Wikimedia.</p>

Double-Action Semi-Auto Pistols Fall Out of Favor  

September 24, 2013
At the present time, only a few agencies still issue Beretta or S&W double-action pistols. In view of the currently available semi-auto models from Glock, S&W, and Springfield, use of double-action pistols has become much more limited.
<p>Photo by Austen George.</p>

Product Test: TatJacket's Sling Band-It  

August 1, 2013
You may know the frustration of having your sling get caught up on something when you need to deploy quickly. I want to gather up the sling and secure it in a nice, neat bundle and deploy it efficiently. TatJacket's Sling Band-It solves this annoyance.
<p>Daniel Defense&#39;s DDM4 ISR.</p>

Why Patrol Rifles Need a Suppressor  

July 16, 2013
Now that many patrol officers are commonly equipped with the AR platform, these officers and their trainers have identified a valid concern for high frequency decibel gunfire generated by these weapons.
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