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<p>The Grayman Satu Folder. Photo: Grayman.</p>

Knife Review: Grayman Satu Folder  

March 30, 2011
Despite its size and weight (10 ounces), the Satu carries and handles just as well as if not better than a folding knife that's approximately a third smaller. The look, the feel, and overall construction of the Satu folder is very pleasing to the eye.
<p>The TOPS-Buck Combat Search and Rescue Tool (CSAR-T). Photo: TOPS-Buck.</p>

Knife Review: Buck/TOPS CSAR-T Folder  

March 23, 2011
The Buck/TOPS CSAR-T folder also has a superbly ergonomic rugged Rocky Mountain Tread G10 handle, giving the knife an overall length of 8.2 inches and hefty 8.6-ounce weight. The CSAR-T folder has some heft, making it rugged enough to be used in the most demanding applications.
When LAPD officers arrested Rodney King in 1991, they did not have access to the TASER X26.

TASERs Can Prevent Another Rodney King Incident  

March 4, 2011
Back on March 3, 1991, when LAPD officer confronted the then very large and resistive Rodney King, one of the first tools they tried to use on him was a TASER. They shot him twice with it. To very little effect. And things went downhill and got out of control.
Photo by Mark W. Clark.

Kel-Tec Incorporates SHOT Feedback Into KSG  

March 3, 2011
Kel-Tec is incorporating feedback from users into its KSG, 14-round shotgun, including adjusting the trigger reset, adding a pump-lock switch, including a rail-mounted hand stop and including indicator holes in the mag tube.
Photo courtesy of Scott Smith.

Firearms Training Evolves at SIG Sauer's Academy  

March 2, 2011
The SIG Sauer Academy is rapidly becoming a must-train location. The Epping, N.H., academy once offered only basic handgun shooting and armorer courses. Now, it offers competition shooting and advanced tactics for police and military units, including active-shooter response and executive protection.
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