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XS Sight Systems' CSAT is a weapon-mounted glass breaking attachment for SWAT and patrol rifles.

XS Sight Systems Announces Weapon-Mounted Glass Breaking Tool

July 22, 2009
XS Sights Systems’ CSAT GAT (Glass Assault Tool) provides a rapid and effortless means of breaching automotive or cosmetic glass while keeping both hands on the primary weapon system. The XS Sights’ CSAT GAT will let operators remain ready to properly address the threat or engage combatants immediately before, during and immediately after glass breaching actions.

NYPD Warns About Weapons Hidden in Cell Phones

July 10, 2009
The NYPD has found an unintended use for the T-Mobile Sidekick and other hand-held devices - a razor blade can be secreted in their battery compartments, police sources say.
Insight Tech-Gear MRDS

Insight Tech-Gear Ships New MRDS: Mini Red Dot Sight

July 9, 2009
Insight Tech-Gear, the world’s leading provider of tactical lasers, illuminators, and thermal imaging equipment, announced it has begun shipping its new MRDS Mini Red Dot Sight.
FNH USA Five-SeveN with Three-Dot Fixed Sights

FNH USA Introduces FN Five-SeveN Standard with Three-Dot Fixed Sights

July 8, 2009
FNH USA is now shipping FN Five-SeveN Standards in black matte finish and olive drab green with U.S.-made three-dot fixed sights.

XS Sight Systems' Introduces CSAT Combat Sight for AR-15s

July 1, 2009
The XS CSAT Combat Sight eliminates the guesswork shooters face when trying to accurately engage targets in close quarters with the aperture sight commonly used on AR style rifles.

Safariland Introduces New Inside-the-Waistband Holster

June 15, 2009

Safariland, a BAE Systems line of business, announced today its newest Inside-the-Waistband (IWB) concealment holster, designed for improved grip, holstering, and concealability for plainclothes or civilian carry.

U.S. Customs Set to Classify All Folding Knives as Switchblades

June 12, 2009
United States Customs and Border Protection plans to classify assisted-opening knives and all one-hand-opening knives as switchblades, which are banned.

Buck Knives and TOPS Knives to Create New Line for LEOs

May 22, 2009

Buck Knives has forged a new collaboration with TOPS Knives, blending the talents of two Idaho knifemakers to produce the first of a new series of knives designed to be reliable tools for law enforcement.

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Illinois Police Chief Wants City to Allow Officers to Carry TASERs

May 15, 2009
Police Chief R.T. Finney says it's likely he'll again ask the Champaign, Ill., city council to allow the police department to buy and use TASERs. But the leader of a local citizens group vows police will encounter opposition to such a proposal.
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NRA Names FN SLP 'Shotgun of the Year'

May 11, 2009
The modular FN SLP shotgun ships with two gas pistons, for heavy and light loads, that offer its law enforcement operator more flexibility and longer life, according to the company. A variety of shotgun choke tubes and accessory sporting barrels are also available for the SLP.
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