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<p>Screenshot: CNN</p>

Bloomberg Softens Police Strike Comments

July 26, 2012
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Tuesday began to distance himself from comments he made on a talk show that police officers should strike until the passage of tougher gun-control laws.

Calif. Senators Call for Reinstatement of Assault Weapons Ban

July 25, 2012
California Sens. Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein hope to renew the assault weapons ban that expired in 2004.
<p>Screenshot: CNN</p>

NYC Mayor: Police Should Strike for Gun Control

July 24, 2012
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg questioned why law enforcement officers don't go on strike because of the availability of high-powered rifle ammunition that defeats many ballistic vests.

Observant SWAT Cops, Jammed Gun Saved Lives In Colo. Shooting

July 23, 2012
Two Aurora (Colo.) Police Department SWAT officers likely prevented further deaths at the Century 16 movie theater shooting Friday, when they quickly identified James Holmes as the suspect.
<p>Milwaukee County (Wis.) Sheriff David Clarke, Jr. Photo: MCSO.</p>

Wis. Sheriff Blasts 'Idiot' Supervisor, Demands Apology

July 17, 2012
Milwaukee County (Wis.) Sheriff David Clarke took umbrage at a county supervisor's critique of his bulk handgun order, issuing a statement Tuesday calling the elected official a "puke politician," "small man," and "an idiot."
<p>Photo: FNH USA</p>

FNH Introduces P-12 Pump Shotgun

July 17, 2012
FNH USA re-entered the pump-action shotgun market today by announcing the introduction of the FN P-12, which will be available later this year. The Belgian firearm maker will offer the pump gun as a complement to the FN SLP auto-loading shotgun.
<p>A G22 .40-caliber Gen4 Glock. Photo: POLICE file</p>

Official Questions Wis. Sheriff's Bulk Glock Order

July 16, 2012
The Milwaukee County (Wis.) Sheriff's Office got a great deal on new service weapons, placing an order for 565 guns for $75,000. However, the decision was criticized by county Supervisor John Weishan Jr.
<p>Photo: In-Range Supplies</p>

In-Range Supplies Introduces Portable Tactical Bullet Trap

July 13, 2012
In-Range Supplies has introduced the Portable Tactical Bullet Trap for firearms training, according to the company.
<p>Photo: ATI</p>

ATI Introduces Saiga Talon Tactical Stock

July 11, 2012
Advanced Technology International (ATI) has introduced the Saiga Talon Tactical Stock with Scorpion Recoil System, which includes a six-position buttstock with Scorpion Razorback Buttpad and Scorpion Rear Pistol Grip.

Elzetta Offers Low-Light Zombie Shoot

July 11, 2012
Elzetta Design will offer the Low Light Tactical Training and Zombie Shoot—an affordable and fun opportunity to gain valuable tactical firearms training for low light conditions.
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