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S&W's Shield subcompact is availabe in both 9mm and .40 S&W.

S&W's Shield Subcompact Pistol

Smith & Wesson's M&P9 Shield has been designed for civilian concealed carry, but is also an excellent undercover or off-duty weapon. Our full coverage of the Shield includes Paul Scarlata's full "Arsenal" review; Nick Jacobellis' blog on why the pistol is ideal for officers; and a marketing video from S&W. This gallery includes exclusive photos that didn't appear in print. Photos by Michael Hughes and Nick Jacobellis.

The Pocket Shot is DeSantis Gunhide's latest way to conceal and rapidly access your small auto. Style 110 disguises itself as a wallet but can be brought into action instantly without removing the gun. It is made of black leather and is ambidextrous. In addition to its original offerings, the holster is now also available for the S&W Bodyguard .380 and in a separate size that fits the Kimber Solo, Kahr PM9/40, and Rohrbaugh R9.

Holsters: 2012

Whether for concealed carry or for duty, any holster you use needs to meet your needs. Check out this wide selection of offerings to find a holster that's right for you. 

Ruger has updated its Mini-14 and now produced a Tactical version with an ATI adjustable stock and accessory rail. Photo courtesy of Ruger.

Ruger's Mini-14 Tactical Carbine

Before the popularization of M4-type carbines, Ruger's Mini-14 was one of the most popular choices in law enforcement for a patrol rifle. The company now produces several more-customized versions of the carbine, including the Mini-14 Tactical, which POLICE Magazine reviews in its June 2012 "Arsenal" feature. View detailed images of the gun and then read our review here.

Arntzen Corp.'s alloy steel targets are ideal for training, practice, or matches. The company’s steel gong model 9115 AR500 target hangs from a stand and rings when you hit it. The full-size IPSC plate measures 3/8 x 17.25 x 29.5 inches and weighs 46 pounds. Arntzen’s portable folding stand sets up quickly without tools; just hook the target on the top of the stand. You can adjust the angle at which the target hangs so you can direct the lead spatter to the ground. You can set them up and shoot all day without maintenance.

Targets and Target Systems: 2012

Officers heading to the range to improve their firearm accuracy can choose more traditional steel or paper targets or more realistic, programmable options. View our slideslow of targest from 10 law enforcement vendors.

LWRC International's Special Purpose Rifle (SPR) is an M4 variant that operates with a clean mid-length gas-piston system.

LWRC's M6A2 Special Purpose Rifle

The LWRC M6A2 Special Purpose Rifle is very lightweight and easy to wield. And the mid-length gas-piston design means that the rifle does not need as much cleaning and maintenance as a standard direct impingement M4. We featured LWRC's SPR as our "Arsenal" review for May 2012. Photos by Alex Landeen.

Remington's R12P Tactical shotgun provides 12-, 14.5-, 18-, or 22-inch barrels with capacity for 5, 6, 7, or 9 shells (+1 included).

Remington R12P Tactical Shotgun

Remington's innovative R12P Tactical shotgun, which will be available later this year, is the law enforcement version of its Versa Max shotgun. The self-regulating, dual-pistol VersaPort gas system allows the semi-auto shotgun to handle any length of shell you can pull from your go bag. Remington has begun offering initial builds of the R12P to law enforcement customers, and will release the gun in the fourth quarter. The gun was introduced at SHOT Show in January. It will retail for about $1,100. View a video of the shotgun here.

The Bersa BP 9 CC is a slim, attractive pistol. Visible here are the DAO trigger, magazine release, slide stop, finger locator pad above the trigger guard, and extended magazine base pad.

Bersa's BP 9 CC Pistol

Argentine firearms manufacturer Bersa is entering the North American concealed market with its BP 9 CC pistol, a polymer-framed lightweight semi-auto for off-duty or backup. We featured Bersa's BP 9 CC as our "Arsenal" review for April 2012. We included an exclusive photo in this gallery that didn't appear in print. Photos by Michael Hughes.

The LC9 comes with both flat and extended magazine base pads.

Ruger's LC9

Ruger developed the LC9 as a 9mm version of its Lightweight Compact Pistol (LCP). The LC9 is a DAO hammer-fired sub-compact pistol that works well as a backup for off-duty law enforcement officers. It provides a seven-round capacity and retails for $443. We featured Ruger's LC9 as our "Arsenal" review for March 2012. Photos by Butch Simpson.

SIG Sauer brought the first working versions of its P938 pistol (above), a 9mm version of its own P238 (below) concealed carry gun in .380 ACP. SIG also introduced the P224 sub-compact pistol in 9mm, .40 S&W, and .357 SIG with either a DAK or DA/SA trigger system.

SHOT Show 2012 In Pictures

SHOT Show 2012 featured plenty of new gear for law enforcement officers. The show drew more than 61,000 attendees to Las Vegas for the January event and added several "law enforcement only" halls for vendors. View our gallery and read our two-part coverage of the show, "Report From the Aisles" and "Best of Show." Photos by Mark W. Clark.

ATK's Federal Premium Guard Dog Home Defense rounds are also suited to law enforcement because of their high velocities, low recoil, and reliable feeding. Featuring a patented EFMJ construction, this bullet is filled with expanding polymer that minimizes over-penetration through interior walls. This non-hollow-point is available in lightweight 9mm, .40 S&W and, .45 auto handgun options.

Ammunition: 2012

For on-duty and off-duty ammunition options, check out POLICE Magazine's gallery of the newest ammo offerings for law enforcement. Whether you're loading handgun rounds, rifle cartridges, or shotshells, this ammo will help you stop any potential threats.

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