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<p>Photo: Mark W. Clark</p>

SHOT Show 2013: Magnum's Mach 2 Speed Duty Boot

January 18, 2013
The athletic boot is constructed primarily of Clarino microfiber, which is lighter than traditional nylon and offers breathability with better durability than leather. Each boot weighs an average of 14.2 ounces.
<p>Photo: Mark W. Clark</p>

SHOT Show 2013: Ridge's Ultimate Duty Boot

January 18, 2013
The Ridge Ultimate and Utlimate Mid offer eight- and six-inch heights respectively. The outsole on both models uses a combination of air and gel pockets to provide greater comfort. The interior uses Poron foam to absorb shock and make the boot feel more like a tennis show when worn.

Obama Proposes $150M for SROs in Schools

January 17, 2013
President Barack Obama unveiled his plan to reduce gun violence on Wednesday. Although much of it focused on closing background check loopholes and banning "military-style assault weapons" and high-capacity magazines, there were several points specific to school security.
<p>(l. to r.) Corporal Pete Penney, Deputy Brad Grice, and Master Deputy Jeff Maxwell are honored by Safariland.</p>

SHOT Show 2013: Safariland Recognizes Body Armor Saves

January 16, 2013
The Safariland Group honored three officers at SHOT Show who survived harrowing gunfights because they were wearing the company's body armor. The officers told the stories of their encounters with determined, armed suspects during a presentation today.

Man Gets Two Life Sentences in Pa. Cop Killing

January 16, 2013
A Pennsylvania man was found guilty of first-degree murder for the killing of another man over a drug debt and second-degree murder for the slaying of Penn Hills, Pa., police Officer Michael Crawshaw, who was killed responding to a call for shots fired three years ago.

California Officer Killed While Investigating Burglary

January 16, 2013
Officer Kevin Tonn of the Galt (Calif.) Police Department was shot and killed by a man he was questioning about a nearby apartment burglary, witnesses say. The incident took place around 11:30 Tuesday morning.
<p>The Blackhawk Brick go bag. Photo: Mark W. Clark</p>

SHOT Show 2013: Blackhawk's Go Bags

January 15, 2013
ATK's Blackhawk brand introduced a slew of concealed-weapon carry bags and go bags for off-duty and duty use at SHOT Show in Las Vegas.
<p>Kershaw&#39;s ZT 0801, ZT 0566, and ZT 0770 folders. Photo: Paul Clinton</p>

SHOT Show 2013: Kershaw's Zero Tolerance Folders

January 15, 2013
Kershaw Knives brought three durable Zero Tolerance folders to SHOT Show in Las Vegas that offer Elmax Swedish steel construction and smooth flipper actions.

Shooting Reported at St. Louis College

January 15, 2013
A gunman shot one person at the Stevens Institute of Business and Arts in St. Louis. It has been reported that the 21-year-old gunman also shot himself.

N.C. Town to Keep Own Police Force

January 15, 2013
Cherryville in Gaston County, N.C., will continue to have its own police force for now. The City Council was considering trying to save money by giving the city's policing duties solely to Gaston County.
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