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Elzetta Offers Custom Engraving for ZFL-M60 Weapon Lights

July 3, 2012
Officers may choose from 72 Elzetta ZFL-M60 flashlight configurations and then make their flashlight truly unique by having their name, department, badge number, slogan, or other text laser engraved into the body at the factory.
<p>Photo: BHI</p>

Blackheart Introduces AK Rail System

June 21, 2012
The AKARS is comprised of a robust receiver cover with an integrated rail adapter, and a one-piece 1913 Picatinny rail/rear sight assembly and attaching hardware. The design is remarkably simple, and effectively resolves all of the problems historically associated with mounting optics to AK rifles.
<p>This AT-4 rocket launcher was seized by LASD deputies on Wednesday. Photo: LASD</p>

L.A. County Deputies Recover Rocket Launcher

June 21, 2012
A search warrant served Wednesday at a Southern California home resulted in the seizure of a military rocket launcher, drugs, and ammunition by Los Angeles County Sheriff's gang deputies.
<p>Stag Arms Model 2 rifle. Photo: Stag</p>

Cleveland PD Picks Stag Arms Model 2 Rifle

June 21, 2012
The Cleveland Division of Police has chosen a custom-configured Stag Arms Model 2 rifle as the official rifle of the department. The rifles are being delivered this week.
<p>The DDM4 rail. Photo: Daniel Defense</p>

Daniel Defense Offers DDM4 Rail With Most Rifles

June 15, 2012
The DDM4 rail uses the company's "bolt-up" system. Instead of six bolts, the DDM4 rail requires only four bolts. The lower rail in this model is closer to the barrel and was designed for the most optimal ergonomics, according to the company.

House Committee Sets Contempt Vote for Holder

June 11, 2012
The House Oversight Committee will vote on whether to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt for failing to turn over documents relating to the "Fast and Furious" gun operation.
<p><span>The Cabell County (W.Va.) Sheriff&#39;s Office acquired a Humvee via the 1033 program.</span></p>

Pentagon Halts Military Surplus Equipment To Police

June 8, 2012
The Defense Department has halted the flow of military surplus equipment to law enforcement agencies, and demanded an accounting of equipment already distributed through its 1033 program.

Kahr Arms Donates 'Tommy' Gun To U.S. Troops

June 6, 2012
Kahr Arms and the family of firearms that also includes Magnum Research Inc. and Auto Ordnance, announced it has made a donation to the Armor 4 Troops Foundation.
<p>Smith &amp; Wesson&#39;s M&amp;P40. Photo: S&amp;W</p>

Three Agencies Select S&W M&P Duty Pistol

June 6, 2012
Smith & Wesson will begin supplying duty firearms from its Military & Police (M&P) Pistol series to the Miami Beach Police Department, Olympia (Wa.) Police Department, and the Passaic County (N.J.) Sheriff's Office.
<p>Smith &amp; Wesson&#39;s SD9 VE with 16+1 capacity. Photo: S&amp;W</p>

S&W Introduces SD VE Pistols

June 5, 2012
Smith & Wesson Corp. has introduced the SD9 VE and SD40 VE semi-auto pistols for self protection and home defense. S&W is marketing the pistols, which are chambered in 9mm and .40 S&W, as a next-gen hybrid of their SD and Sigma pistols.
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