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Arsenal Firearms' AF2011-A1 double-barrel 1911 pistol turned plenty of heads.

SHOT Show 2013 In Pictures

SHOT Show 2013 plenty of new duty gear with a backdrop of the gun-violence debate in Washington, D.C. The show drew more than 62,000 attendees to Las Vegas, and POLICE editors focused on gear rather than politics. View our gallery and read additional coverage in "Best of Show" and Video: SHOT Show 2013 Highlights. Photos by Mark W. Clark and Paul Clinton.

The SIG716 Patrol makes a great first impression out of the box.

SIG Sauer's 716 Patrol Carbine

SIG Sauer's 716 Patrol carbine is one of four SIG716 models and should be given serious consideration by tactical operators and patrol personnel working in more rural settings who may need to engage longer-range targets. Read Nick Jacobellis' full "Arsenal" review of the carbine. This gallery includes exclusive photos that didn't appear in print. Photos by Alex Landeen.

Survey: Gun Control, Active Shooters, and the Election

PoliceMag.com readers overwhelmingly support concealed carry and Mitt Romney for president, according to the results of our August survey. Officers also told us they were prepared for an active shooter incident and worried that government financial trouble has affected their ability to do their jobs. View these charts and graphs of the survey results, then read our analysis of the data.

The Battleware Active Shooter Assault Bag gives the first responder a means to carry the gear needed in response to an active shooter call, and then the bag itself becomes the cover needed to take the fight straight to the shooter. It measures 20 x 36 inches when open, and is manufactured with an NIJ 0101.06 certified armor package to NIJ Level IIIA. The Battleware Active Shooter Assault Bag features a MOLLE webbing grid for pocket attachment, two nylon webbing handles and a neck retention strap, and an external pocket to hold a 10 x 12-inch rifle protective plate.

Bags and Cases

From guns to gear to shields and even a specialized litter, you'll find ways to bring everything you need to the fight with this photo gallery of carry-alls. Photos courtesy of manufacturers.

Earlier this summer LaserMax announced that it is producing a CenterFire Laser sight for the new Smith & Wesson M&P Shield concealed carry pistol. The CenterFire laser for the M&P Shield was designed to integrate with the contours of the pistol. The laser mounts directly to the frame without need for changing out or altering parts. It can be user installed in minutes. The constant red laser is positioned directly under the bore for optimal accuracy. Features include ambidextrous activation and a distinct on/off switch that lets the user decide when it's needed.

Weapon Lights, Laser Sights

Weapon lights and laser sights for both handguns and long guns are valuable assets for officers in all assignments. The following from 12 leading law enforcement suppliers are some of the most innovative and highest quality versions of these tools on the market.

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.

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