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Kel-Tec PF-9 Pistol  

December 1, 2007

By Richard Valdemar

For undercover police work or even off-duty use, a small gun that can easily be concealed yet fires a reasonably powerful cartridge is essential. Kel-Tec has recently introduced its PF-9, which the company touts as the slimmest and lightest 9mm semi-auto handgun on the market.

Just Like the Real Thing  

November 1, 2007

By Melanie Basich

From foam furniture to electrically charged knives, companies provide innovative solutions for training needs.

Bushmaster Gas Piston Rifle  

November 1, 2007

By Nick Jacobellis

Sometimes operators and officers don't take care of their weapons like they should. That's why so many companies have been working on developing a cleaner M16/M4 design. And it's why Bushmaster recently developed the M4 variant that it calls the "Gas Piston Rifle."

Taurus PT1911B Semi-Auto Pistol  

October 1, 2007

By Scott Smith

The PT1911, like other handguns in the Taurus line, sports a lot of really nice "custom" features, it is made from high-quality components and, best of all, it's affordably priced at around $703. Here's my up close and personal look at this gun.

TREXPO East 2007: Best of Show  

October 1, 2007

By David Griffith

In the past six years, I've attended 12 TREXPO conferences. Each time the exposition floor at the conference has had a unique character. There was some kind of trend that you could see in the products showcased up and down the aisles. TREXPO East 2007 is no exception. This year the trend was tactical vehicles.

Propaganda and Protests  

September 1, 2007

By David Griffith

You received an invitation last month. I was supposed to forward it on to you. But I took the liberty of deciding that it wasn't the kind of party that you would have enjoyed attending.

Retention Holster Showdown  

September 1, 2007

By Steve Ashley

These days, weapon retention is a serious subject. And with good reason. About 20 percent of all officers feloniously killed with handguns are slain with their own weapons. This disturbing statistic is trending up despite the increasing availability of holsters designed to aid officers in weapon retention.

Para-Ordnance Carry 9 LDA  

September 1, 2007

By Paul Scarlata

The Canadian firm of Para-Ordnance has been a trailblazer when it comes to improving the classic 1911 pistol. One of the company's most radical concepts is the Light Double Action (LDA) trigger mechanism, which can be found on its new Carry 9 LDA.

Seeing the Light  

August 1, 2007

By Mike Detty

When John Matthews developed the first SureFire flashlight, he realized that for officers to get the most benefit out of the light, they would need special training. So Matthews, now president and CEO of SureFire, created the SureFire Institute, one of the nation's premier low-light combat training academies.

Patrol Rifles 2007  

August 1, 2007

By Scott Smith

Go to the Shooting Hunting Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show, and you will quickly realize that there are a multitude of companies making long guns. The following is a brief guide to help you discover what's available in the patrol rifle and carbine market.

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