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Beretta Holding Acquires Two U.S. Companies

January 6, 2016
Beretta Holding, through its German subsidiary Steiner, announces the acquisition of STS, based in Beavercreek, OH, and Diffraction Ltd, based in Burlington, VT, both held by The O'Gara Group.

Obama to Impose New Gun Control Curbs Next Week

January 1, 2016
President Obama will meet with Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch on Monday to finalize a set of executive actions on guns that he will unveil next week, according to several individuals briefed on the matter.

Judge Upholds Seattle's Gun and Ammunition Tax

December 23, 2015
Seattle's new tax on gun and ammunition sales can take effect on Jan. 1, a judge ruled Tuesday, siding with the city against the National Rifle Association.

Virginia Revokes Concealed Carry Permit Agreement With 25 States

December 23, 2015
Attorney General Mark Herring, a Democrat, said the state will revoke its reciprocity agreement with the states because their concealed weapon laws don't meet Virginia's standards.

Video: More LE Officials Urging Licensed Owners to Carry Guns

December 10, 2015
A Texas police chief who warns President Barack Obama in a social media video that trying to disarm Americans would "cause a revolution in this country" is the latest law enforcement official to urge citizens to arm themselves in the wake of mass shootings.
<p>Photo: Liberty Ammo</p>

Liberty Ammunition's Civil Defense .45 ACP +P Round Receives NTOA Member Tested Recommended Status

December 2, 2015
Liberty Ammunition, known for its high-performance, lead-free ammunition for military, law enforcement, and civilian markets, announced that its Civil Defense .45 ACP +P personal defense round has received National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) Member Tested Recommended Status. Liberty Ammunition's .45 ACP +P lead-free ammunition scored 4.63 out of a possible 5 points.
<p>Photo: Ring&#39;s Manufacturing</p>

New Beretta Pico Training Pistol Bluegun Available from Ring's Manufacturing

December 1, 2015
The Beretta Pico Bluegun training pistol replica from Ring's Manufacturing is molded from solid blue polyurethane to differentiate it from a live weapon.

Video: Arizona Sheriff's Agency to Test Less-Lethal Pistol

November 27, 2015
The Pinal County (AZ) Sheriff's Office is the first U.S. law enforcement agency to adopt the Defenzia M-09 less-lethal handgun, which fires rubber bullets.
<p>Beretta Model M9A3 semi-automatic pistol (Photo: Beretta)</p>

Beretta M9A3 Available for Military and Law Enforcement Agencies

November 26, 2015
Beretta Defense Technologies' Beretta Model M9A3 semi-automatic pistol is now shipping to law enforcement dealers, law enforcement agencies and is now being offered to military customers worldwide.
<p>Photo: Rogers Holster Company</p>

Rogers Holster Offers New QD Mount for Trijicon MRO Sights

November 25, 2015
After the release of the new Trijicon MRO, Rogers Holster Company decided to fill the need for QD (quick detachment) attachments for the optic by manufacturing the new Rogers Sight Mount, which is completely U.S. made.
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