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Bushmaster Recalls ACR

October 15, 2010
The ACR is being recalled because it could potentially fire more than one round with a single trigger pull, which is obviously dangerous. It was not designed to do that.
Laser Ammo's SureStrike dry-fire training system emits 5,000 "shots" of microprocessor controlled eye-safe laser pulses. Photo courtesy of Laser Ammo.

Laser Ammo Releases SureStrike Laser Training System

October 13, 2010
Laser Ammo's new SureStrike laser training system features a laser cartridge with dimensions similar to a standard ammunition cartridge. Activating the firing pin strike emits a "shot" of red light which simulates the point of impact where a bullet fired would have struck.
Ruger has introduced the SR40 auto-loader into its SR Series, providing a .40-caliber option. Photo courtesy of Ruger.

Ruger Introduces SR40 Pistol

October 12, 2010
The pistol features a 4.1-inch barrel, adjustable three-dot sights, and an integral accessory rail. It offers safety features such as a visual and tactile loaded chamber indicator, striker blocker, trigger safety, magazine disconnect, and a frame-mounted ambidextrous manual safety.

Winchester Introduces LE-Only Ranger Bonded .38 +P Round

October 9, 2010
The bonding process welds the lead and jacket together as one, which controls expansion and provides superior retained weight upon impact. This ensures "maximum stopping power," according to the company.
Photo via Kahr Arms.

Kahr Arms Releases Limited Pink P380

October 8, 2010
The Model KP3835 arrives with a 2.5-inch Lothar Walther match grade barrel in double-action-only (DAO) design without a magazine disconnect. The pistol arrives with a pink polymer frame and stainless-steel slide with a 6+1 capacity.
A destroyed S&W 4006 from the parts value and destruction program.  Photo courtesy of Police Trades.

PoliceTrades.com Offers Agencies Firearm Disposal Option

October 7, 2010
PoliceTrades.com provides public safety agencies with a variety of trade services and disposal options for unneeded firearms and ammunition. Payment amounts range from $5 to $3,000, depending on the firearm make, model, caliber, action type, and overall condition.
Leupold's CM-R² features the ranging ability of the Special Purpose Reticle with the speed and fire capabilities of the Circle Dot Reticle. Photo courtesy of Leupold.

Leupold Introduces CM-R² Reticle

October 6, 2010
Leupold's CM-R² allows tactical and competitive shooters the ability to quickly and accurately estimate range and engage targets. It also features an illuminated 0.5 MOA dot surrounded by a 5.0 MOA semi-circle, as well as calibrated hash marks on the horizontal stadia.

Fobus Pink Ruger LCP Holster Sales to Support Breast Cancer Awareness

October 5, 2010
Fobus Holsters has announced that one of its newest fits, the KT2G, is now available in pink to support Breast Cancer Awareness. All proceeds will go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

10 States Export Half of Guns Used In Out-of-State Crimes, Mayors Say

September 27, 2010
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and other mayors are mounting a campaign against states they say have "lax gun laws" and are attempting to push for additional gun-control legislation in those states.
Image via Flickr.com (basykes).

Wyoming Man Douses Himself In Paint to Avoid TASER

September 26, 2010
When Cheyenne (Wyo.) Police officers Joshua Thorton and James Womak arrived at the home of Brian Mattert earlier this month on a domestic disturbance call, they found the man covered in white latex paint.
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