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Photo courtesy of 5.11 Tactical.

5.11 Tactical Offers Dan Costa Knife with Purchase

September 8, 2010
The knife features a four-inch Damascus steel re-curve blade, differentially anodized aluminum handles and anodized titanium liners with a LE Blue finish.
TASER X26 electronic control device. Photo courtesy of TASER.

Texas DPS Places Fourth Largest LE TASER Order Ever

September 3, 2010
TASER International has received an order for 2,748 X26 ECDs from the Texas Department of Public Safety. It's the fourth largest law enforcement order in company history.
DeSantis has released the Thumb Break Scabbard holster for the SIG Sauer P250. Photo courtesy of DeSantis.

DeSantis Gunhide Introduces SIG Sauer P250 Holsters

September 1, 2010
DeSantis has added holsters for the pistol to its Thumb Break Scabbard, Speed Scabbard, Apache Ankle Rig, Pro Stealth, Tuck-This II, F.A.M.S. (with a lock hole), and Viper lines. The company has also released magazine accessories for the SIG Sauer P250.

Remington Produces NRA Commemorative Police Shotgun

August 25, 2010
Remington Arms Company has teamed up with the NRA-Law Enforcement Activities Division (LEAD) to offer a special edition of the Model 870 Police (Model 870P) 12-gauge shotgun to commemorate 50 years of NRA-LEAD's service to Law Enforcement.

LE Firearms Instructor Makes Finals in 'Top Shot' TV Show

August 17, 2010
Police firearms instructor Chris Cerino came in a close second on the weapon skills competition TV show "Top Shot" on The History Channel. The show required contestants to prove their skills in everything from muzzle-loading muskets and modern pistols to slingshots and throwing knives.
The NYPD issues Speer Gold Dot, 124-grain hollow-point rounds to its officers. Photo courtesy of ATK/Speer.

Wound Expert Says NYPD's Firepower In Harlem Was Sufficient

August 12, 2010
All officers were carrying one of the NYPD's approved on-duty 9mm handguns and fired Speer Gold Dot, 124-grain hollow-point bullets, Sgt. Kevin Hayes told POLICE Magazine. Officers carry magazines with a 15+1 capacity.
Photo courtesy of Bushmaster.

Bushmaster Introduces .308 Carbine With Optic Mounts

August 11, 2010
Two half-inch riser blocks are mounted to the receiver-length Picatinny rail and provide enough clearance above the upper receiver, so the natural cheek weld aligns the shooter's eye directly behind his or her chosen optic.
Photo courtesy of Hi-Point.

Hi-Point Debuts .45 ACP Carbine

August 10, 2010
Hi-Point Carbines will introduce a .45 ACP carbine with a 17.5-inch barrel, a black molded polymer stock and a special high-durability black powder coat. The carbine has a nine-round capacity, weighs 7 1 /2 pounds and reaches 33 inches in length.

Pinal County Justice Foundation Seeks Donations to Purchase Rifles for Deputies

August 6, 2010
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office is asking now because "dangerous incidents have increased through the past few years and are now escalating to a point where deputies are involved in high-speed vehicle pursuits, shootouts between deputies and smugglers, incidents of ambush, as well as the deputy who was injured in a shooting."
Leupold upgraded its ER/T, LR/T and MR/T models of Mark 4 rifle scopes.

Leupold Upgrades Mark 4 Rifle Scopes

August 2, 2010
Primary upgrades include Leupold's Xtended Twilight Lens System, as well as options such as M5 0.1 mil windage and elevation adjustment dials, Horus reticles, front focal plane reticles and third-generation illuminated reticles. Selected options can be retrofitted for existing Mark 4 riflescopes.
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