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Judge: Baltimore's Gun Registry Is Unconstitutional

April 15, 2011
Judge Alfred Nance said the police department, which oversees the program, had "failed or refused to comply" with establishing clear regulations for the registry, which required people convicted of gun crimes to provide addresses and other information with the city every six months for a period of three years.
<p>Photo: ASP.</p>

ASP Introduces Agent Concealable Baton

April 1, 2011
The Agent baton is an impact weapon for administrators, investigators, undercover operatives, or officers who require an "off duty" carry baton.

Rhode Island Agency Converts to M&P40 Pistols

March 30, 2011
During testing and evaluation, the Providence PD reported that the M&P polymer pistols received high marks on officer evaluation forms for ergonomics, operating controls, and reliability. The M&P pistol was also noted for its ambidextrous controls and the ability to customize the grip size of the pistol to meet each officer's requirements.
<p>The Pennsylvania State Police will issue Remington 870P shotguns to troopers this year. Photo: Remington.</p>

Pennsylvania Troopers Get Remington 870P Shotgun with LED Forend

March 17, 2011
In addition, courses will be provided by the Remington Armorer's School instructors to train Pennsylvania troopers on how to repair and maintain the Remington Model 870P shotguns used by their officers.

NRA Declines Gun-Policy Meeting with Obama

March 15, 2011
The National Rifle Association's chief executive has responded to President Obama's invitation to discuss gun policy with a, "No thank you," saying the president should focus the debate on dangerous criminals rather than guns.

MasterPiece Arms Introduces Premium Protector

March 11, 2011
The MPA380P is built on a fully machined 4140 stainless steel lower receiver and upper slide. The new MPA380 "Premium" subcompact, semi-auto pistol arrives with fully machined aluminum grips with a bead-blasted finish protected by a clear anodized coating.

Napolitano Unaware of ICE Agent's Link to Letting Guns 'Walk'

March 10, 2011
Homeland Security Chief Janet Napolitano told U.S. senators conducting Judiciary Committee hearings that she was not aware of her agency's controversial involvement in an ATF operation that let guns reach Mexican drug cartels.
<p>Photo courtesy of Diamondback Firearms.</p>

Diamondback Firearms Introduces DB9 Micro 9mm

March 8, 2011
The DB9, which was first unveiled at the SHOT Show, features a proprietary striker firing system with a mechanical firing pin block, a steel magazine catch to secure a sheet metal magazine, and windage-adjustable sights.

Wyoming Approves Constitutional Carry

March 7, 2011
Wyoming has become the fourth state in the nation to adopt a law allowing its residents to carry concealed firearms without a permit. The right, which is often referred to as "constitutional carry," has also been passed in Alaska, Arizona, and Vermont.

Connecticut Chief Backs Gun Registry

March 7, 2011
Norwalk (Conn.) Police Chief Harry Rilling testified before the state's Legislature that a proposal to create an offender gun registry would be an effective tool for law enforcement.
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