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<p>Pachmayr Grip Extender</p>
<p>(Photo: Pachmayr)</p>

Pachmayr Releases New Line of Grip Extensions

May 9, 2016
Pachmayr's new Grip Extenders are designed to increase the capacity of many compact handguns.
<p>Photo: Shell Shock Technologies</p>

Shell Shock Technologies Introduces Two-Piece 9mm Nickel Alloy Shell

May 9, 2016
The NAS³ is designed to be 50% lighter and cost less than a conventional brass case.
<p>Photo: Ontario Knife Company</p>

Ontario Knife Company Releases Dozier Arrow Knife

May 7, 2016
Ontario Knife Company (OKC) has announced its partnership with famed knife maker Bob Dozier via the introduction of the Dozier Arrow folder.

Iosso Rifle Cleaning Kit Made to Reduce Cleaning Time and Increase Accuracy

May 6, 2016
The Iosso Rifle Cleaning Kit is designed to allow you to clean the gas tube without disassembly.

SIG Sauer to Relocate its Ammunition Manufacturing Operation to Arkansas

May 6, 2016
SIG Sauer, Inc. announced it will relocate its ammunition manufacturing operation from Eubank, KY, to Jacksonville, AR. Documents for the move were finalized with the state of Arkansas in April, which followed a preliminary announcement by Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson at the 2016 Las Vegas SHOT Show.
<p>Z-Clean Ammunition (Photo: National Police Ammo)</p>

2 Major Florida Agencies Adopt National Police Ammunition (NPA) Z-Clean Ammunition

May 2, 2016
National Police Ammunition (NPA) announced its proprietary Z-Clean ammunition has been adopted by two of Florida's largest law enforcement agencies: the Orange County Sheriff's Office and the City of Miami Police Department.
<p>Daniel Defense Soft Rifle Case (Photo: Daniel Defense)</p>

Daniel Defense Soft Rifle Case Accommodates AR-15 or M4

May 2, 2016
The Daniel Defense Soft Rifle Case is large enough to accommodate up to an 18-inch barreled AR-15/M4 equipped with an optic and 30-round magazine.

Some Dallas Officers to be Issued Less-Lethal Launchers and Sponge Rounds

April 29, 2016
Police booster group Safer Dallas Better Dallas announced Thursday that it plans to raise $250,000 to help pay for more than 100 launchers that shoot sponge rounds. The less-lethal weapons are meant to disarm and incapacitate someone from up to 100 feet away, police officials say.
<p>The Armatix iP1 is a .22 caliber pistol that can be fired when it is no more than 10 inches away from an RFID watch. (Photo: Armatix)</p>

Obama Wants Law Enforcement to Use "Smart Guns"

April 29, 2016
Under the measures, the government would define requirements that gun makers need to meet for police to consider purchasing. The White House said that local governments could apply for grants for guns equipped with the technology.
<p>Police released an image of the&nbsp;replica semi-automatic pistol recovered at the scene. (Photo: Baltimore PD Facebook)</p>

Baltimore Officer Shoots Teen Holding Replica Handgun

April 28, 2016
A Baltimore police officer shot a teen who was carrying a fake handgun Wednesday afternoon following a brief foot chas, authorities said. The teen's injuries aren't considered life-threatening.
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