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PropertyRoom.com Now Provides Firearms Auction Services

November 11, 2015
Since PropertyRoom.com does not auction firearms on their site, they have partnered with BudsGunShop.com and its firearms auction site, eGunner.com, to allow agencies nationwide to auction these firearms online through a secure and Federally Firearms Licensed (FFL) dealer.

Remington Model RM380 Micro Pistol Now Shipping

November 4, 2015
Remington Arms Company, LLC has announced that its Model RM380, an all-metal micro pistol designed for concealed carry, is now shipping and will be available at sporting goods retailers across the country on November 14. The RM380 is Remington’s first pistol designed and produced at its new Huntsville, AL, facility utilizing newly installed machining centers, quality enhanced assembly lines and world class test ranges.

Video: Officers from Small California Agency Training to Use Nunchuks

October 29, 2015
Nunchucks are illegal for citizens to own in California; however, police can be certified to use them within the state. The ones used by officers are made of plastic and are connected with a nylon rope.
<p>Bob Radecki, Glock national sales manager, Dianne Bernhard, C.O.P.S. executive director, and Cheryl Schultz. (Photo: Fred Mastison)</p>

Glock Donates $80,000 to Survivor Funds at IACP 2015

October 29, 2015
Glock Inc. donated a total of $80,000 to law enforcement survivor funds at this week's International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in Chicago.

Bans on 'Assault Weapons' in New York and Connecticut Upheld

October 20, 2015
A federal appeals court on Monday upheld strict statewide bans on assault weapons and large-capacity magazines that were passed in New York and Connecticut after the 2012 mass murders at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

Rise in Accidental Gunshots by L.A. County Deputies Follows New Firearm

October 20, 2015
Los Angeles County sheriff's officials say that the increase in accidental discharges — from 12 in 2012 to 30 last year — occurred because deputies were adjusting to the new gun. They expect the numbers to fall in the years ahead.
<p>Newsom is pushing for background checks for the purchase of ammunition. (Photo: File)</p>

California Lt. Gov. Pushes Background Checks for Ammunition Initiative

October 19, 2015
The measure also would require licensing of ammunition sellers and instantaneous point-of-sale background checks for all ammunition purchases.
<p>Image: Facebook</p>

Detroit Officers Oppose Pat Downs Before Entering Prison

October 13, 2015
Detroit police and Michigan corrections officials plan to meet Tuesday to discuss a controversial policy requiring officers to be patted down before entering the state-run Detroit Detention Center.
<p>Photo: Safariland</p>

Border Patrol Agent Wins at NRA National Police Shooting Championships

October 12, 2015
U.S. Senior Border Patrol Agent and Team Safariland shooter Robert Vadasz was the individual national champion and grand aggregate champion at the 2015 NRA National Police Shooting Championships (NPSC).

Gun Rights Debate Rages Between Law Enforcement Executives

October 9, 2015
"Talking about firearms now is like talking about race," says Richard Beary, chief of police for the University of Central Florida and president of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. "These are difficult conversations, and people get very polarized on each side of it."
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