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Ring's Manufacturing New Catalog Available

January 15, 2015  | 

Photo: Ring's Manufacturing
Photo: Ring's Manufacturing

Ring's Manufacturing Inc. has released its newest catalog featuring Bluegun training weapons from Glock, Sigarms, Beretta, Taurus, FNH, Ruger, Springfield Armory, H&K, Smith & Wesson, DPMS, and many more. Not only are handguns featured but also long guns, period weapons, TASERs, and accessories such as OC canisters, PR-24 batons, knives, flash-bangs, grenades, radios, and more.

The Ring's Manufacturing Inc. catalog has a detailed and extensive line of non-lethal training aids on the market today. All products are exact casting replicas of the actual weapons used by law enforcement and military trainers.

Each training aid is hand crafted of strong impact-resistant polyurethane. All long guns have added steel reinforcement, preventing bending and flexing while maintaining the handling and balance of the actual weapon they represent. Handguns will function in high-security duty holsters, activate any safety device, enabling safe draw stroke training and gun retention drills. Rail guns will also accept mounted accessories, just like the real thing.

Should your department use a weapon not listed in the Ring's Manufacturing product line, you can contact company staff for the latest additions. All Blueguns are 100% manufactured in the USA. You can visit the company at the 2015 SHOT Show, Las Vegas, booth number 20635.

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