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NRA Uses DOJ's Own Gun Control Memo Against It

February 25, 2013
The National Rifle Association is using a Justice Department memo it obtained to argue in ads that the Obama administration believes its gun control plans won't work unless the government seizes firearms and requires national gun registration — ideas the White House has not proposed and does not support.

Report: L.A. Cops Fired 100+ Rounds at Newspaper Truck

February 22, 2013
Eight LAPD officers who fired dozens of rounds at a newspaper delivery truck during the Chris Dorner manhunt will be kept out of the field until the investigation is complete, according to the agency.
<p>Photo courtesy of Streamlight.</p>

Streamlight Introduces TLR-2 with Green Laser

February 21, 2013
Streamlight has introduced the TLR-2 G, a lightweight, gun-mounted tactical light featuring a green aiming laser to provide greater visibility for long-range targeting.
<p>Photo courtesy of ATN.</p>

ATN Introduces Odin-W Thermal Monocular Weapon Sight Kits

February 15, 2013
American Technologies Network Corp. has introduced a kit that enables an operator to mount the Odin-14 Thermal Monocular to a rifle.
<p>Photo courtesy of Olympic Arms.</p>

Olympic Arms Drops New York Law Enforcement Customers

February 14, 2013
AR-rifle specialist Olympic Arms will no longer sell its products to New York law enforcement officers or agencies, following the state's passage of an assault weapons ban.

Mass. Capt. Suspended for Losing Revolver

February 6, 2013
Plymouth Police Captain John Rogers Jr., who lost his service revolver in a Wareham District Court bathroom last week, will be temporarily suspended without pay and removed from his position as internal affairs investigator.
<p>Photo via Sen. Feinstein&#39;s website.</p>

Law Enforcement Divided On Assault Weapons Ban

January 31, 2013
Several law enforcement groups and leaders of mostly urban agencies have endorsed U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein's Assault Weapons Ban of 2013, and have claimed regulation of these firearms will enhance public and officer safety.
<p>Photo courtesy of Sphinx.</p>

Sphinx Offers 'Kryptonight' Compact 9mm Pistol

January 30, 2013
Sphinx has introduced the SDP Compact 9mm Kryptonight Edition that features a special finish, 17-round magazine, and Defiance H.A.L.O. (H3 Adaptive Luminescent Optic) green sights.
<p>Screenshot via Fox News.</p>

Gun Range Bars Vermont Cops

January 29, 2013
A Vermont gun range has moved to prohibit the Burlington Police Department from training at its facilities after the City Council voted to advance a measure banning semi-automatic rifles and large-capacity magazines.
<p>Photo via <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/61593595@N00/2220085330/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>RW Photo Bug</a>/Flickr.</p>

Calif. Lawmakers Propose Ammo Tax

January 29, 2013
Two state lawmakers have proposed a tax on ammunition sold in California, but one would use the money raised to pay for increased policing in high-crime areas and the other would provide screening for mental illness in children.
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