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<p>Emissive Energy&#39;s INFORCE WML White/IR. Photo: Emissive Energy</p>

Emissive Energy Introduces INFORCE Weapon Light

March 22, 2012
Emissive Energy Corp. has introduced the INFORCE WML, a multiple function law enforcement lighting system that produces 125 lumens of white light with a tight beam for close- to mid-range applications and balanced peripheral light for discernment of the surrounding area.

Ohio Police Department Shuts Down

March 12, 2012
City administrators shut down the Mount Sterling (Ohio) Police Department, after an officer used a TASER on a 9-year-old boy earlier this month. The incident apparently began when the boy refused to go to school.

State High Court Overturns Concealed Carry Ban at Colorado Univ.

March 6, 2012
The Colorado Supreme Court has overturned a University of Colorado policy banning concealed-carry permit holders from bringing guns onto campus.

NYC Mayor Rips Virginia's Repeal of Gun Law

March 1, 2012
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg criticized Virginia for repealing a law limiting purchases of handguns to one per month, and said the move would enhance the state's reputation as the gun-running capitol of the East Coast.

Southern Arizona Park Rangers Armed With M14s

February 28, 2012
Law enforcement park rangers patrolling Arizona's Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument and escorting tourists to its scenic, remote, and dangerous areas are now carrying M14 rifles as protection for run-ins with smugglers.
<p>Photo: Laura Burgess</p>

MasterPiece Arms Introduces Protector II Pistol

February 25, 2012
MasterPiece Arms has introduced its Protector II (MPA380-II) concealed carry pistol in .380 ACP, according to the company. Updates include a beaver-tail, barrel porting, and square slide serrations.
<p>Photo: Remington</p>

Remington Introduces Model 700TM SPS Tactical 300 Blackout

February 24, 2012
The Model 700 SPS Tactical 300 Blackout pairs a machined solid-steel, cylindrical Model 700 receiver with 16 1/2-inch, heavy-contour barrel threaded to accept AAC and 5/8-x-24 threaded flash hiders, muzzle breaks and suppressors. The tactical-style carbon steel, hammer-forged barrel has a 1:7 twist rate.
<p>LaserLyte&#39;s CK-SWAT side-mount laser fits Taurus and S&amp;W J-frame (pictured) revolvers. Photo: LaserLyte</p>

LaserLyte Introduces CK-SWAT Laser Sight for S&W, Taurus Revolvers

February 17, 2012
LaserLyte has introduced the CK-SWAT side-mounted laser that fits Smith & Wesson J-frame and Taurus revolvers, including the Taurus Judge and Public Defender. The LaserLyte CK-SWAT laser mounts under the grip and allows the customer to holster the firearm with the factory grip.
<p>Smith &amp; Wesson reintroduced its classic 586 .357 revolver in 4- and 6-inch (shown) barrel lengths. Photo: S&amp;W</p>

S&W Introduces Classic Model 586 Revolver

February 11, 2012
Smith & Wesson has re-introduced its Model 586 .357 Magnum revolver, a popular law enforcement sidearm in the 1980s. The revolver first appeared in 1980 and will be reintroduced into S&W's Classic line.
<p>Meprolight&#39;s Mini-Hunter sight.&nbsp;Photo: Meprolight</p>

Meprolight Introduces Pair of CQB Sights

February 10, 2012
Meprolight introduced the Mini-Hunter lightweight night vision weapon sight and NOA NYX uncooled thermal weapon sight with 2x magnification at SHOT Show 2012.
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