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Top 10 Viewed Stories of 2010

January 03, 2011  |  by POLICE Staff had a good, active year in 2010, and we're excited to bring you more quality stories, photo galleries, video, podcasts and other content in 2011.

The year was marked by a steady rush of news and analysis of next-generation (Gen4) Glock pistols and new patrol vehicles. To cap it off, Congress and President Obama approved an update to the police carry law (LEOSA).

The list of top-viewed stories also included "Sexy Car Wash Photos Cost South Carolina Officer His Job," "Arsenal: Kahr Arms P380 Subcompact Pistol," and "Oakland SWAT Ambush: After Action Report."

Here are the 10 most viewed stories on in 2010:

  1. Ford Unveils 2010 Police Interceptor
  2. Glock Gen 4 Duty Pistols
  3. SIG Sauer 556 SWAT Rifle
  4. Sexy Car Wash Photos Cost South Carolina Officer His Job
  5. NRA Explains Changes To Police Carry Law
  6. Kahr Arms P380 Subcompact Pistol
  7. Glock Will Bring Next Generation Pistols To SHOT Show 2010
  8. Beretta PX4 Storm Subcompact
  9. Chevrolet Unveils Caprice Patrol Vehicle At IACP
  10. Oakland SWAT Ambush: After Action Report

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