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Lamperd Less Lethal Signs Training Contract with Corrections Services Canada

July 27, 2015
The training will occur at locations in Ottawa, Ontario; and Regina, Saskatchewan, related to the technical aspects and proper servicing of the Lamperd Less Lethal 40mm Launcher Platform that was recently purchased by the agency. This contract expires on December 31, 2015.

LWRCI Adds DSG Arms to its Growing Law Enforcement Distribution Team

July 21, 2015
LWRC International has announced the addition of DSG Arms as an authorized law enforcement wholesale distributor representing the company's full line of high performance firearms.
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Seven States Arm National Guard Members in Wake of Chattanooga Tragedy

July 21, 2015
To beef up security measures at National Guard recruitment centers, governors in seven states – Florida, Indiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas, and Wisconsin – ordered their Guardsmen to be armed.
<p>Photo: Miyad Designs</p>

Miyad Designs Debuts Cross Over Ballistic Holster (COBH)

July 14, 2015
Miyad Designs' Cross Over Ballistic Holster (COBH) is a crossover flapped tech bag with a UL 752 level 2 ballistic plate installed inside.

Maine Becomes Sixth State to Sign Constitutional Carry Bill

July 10, 2015
Legislative Document 652 will now allow Maine citizens over the age of 21 to carry a firearm without possessing a government permission slip, better known as a concealed carry permit.

Los Angeles Police Union Opposes Council Proposal to Require Locks on Handguns When Not in Use

June 29, 2015
The proposal would require city residents to either lock up handguns not being used or apply trigger locks to them.
<p>Photo: Range Strategies</p>

Range Strategies Launches The Unpredictor Target System

June 23, 2015
Range Strategies'Unpredictor is an automated steel target system that allows the user to realistically simulate gunfights with multiple threats, unpredictable behavior, and variable shot requirements for neutralization, all in a timed event.
<p>&nbsp;The Los Angeles County Sheriff&#39;s Department is now issuing its deputies&nbsp;Smith &amp; Wesson&#39;s&nbsp;M&amp;P9 9mm service pistol as it moves away from Beretta&#39;s Model 92 9mm pistol. The agency has experienced both better shooting scores and an increase in accidental discharges. (Photo: Smith &amp; Wesson)</p>
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Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputies Fire More Accidental Shots After Switch to New Guns

June 15, 2015
Accidental gunshots by Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies have more than doubled in two years, endangering bystanders and occasionally injuring deputies. The jump coincides with the department's move to a new handgun that lacks a safety lever and requires less pressure to pull the trigger.
<p>Photo: Action Target</p>

Action Target Opens Registration for Annual Law Enforcement Training Camp

June 12, 2015
Action Target has opened registration for its annual Law Enforcement Training Camp (LETC), being held September 14-18, 2015. Now in its 23rd year, LETC brings over 140 firearms trainers from across the country and around the world together for a week of fast paced training.
<p>Photo: -X-Spand Target Systems</p>

X-Spand Target Systems Introduces New Versatile Paper Target Design

June 11, 2015
-X-Spand Target Systems targets utilize a distinctive paper design, allowing you to use a single target or multiple target formations for a versatile and diversified firearms training, testing, or competition tool.
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