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<p>Original S.W.A.T.&#39;s new H.A.W.K. boot features a multi-element support system called Flex-Lite. (Photo: Mark W. Clark)</p>

SHOT Show 2014: Original S.W.A.T. Debuts “Next-Gen” Duty Boot

January 16, 2014
The Stockton, Calif.-based company’s new H.A.W.K. (High Agility Weight Kinetics) boots feature a new support system called Flex-Lite. Original S.W.A.T. sales rep Jason Riepert says Flex-Lite is a multi-layered support system that’s not based on an athletic shoe last like many contemporary boots.
<p>Remington&#39;s new R51 is a 21st century update of a nearly century old design. (Photo: Mark W. Clark)</p>

SHOT Show 2014: Remington Intros New Concealed Carry Nine

January 16, 2014
The new R51 is in many ways a 21st century update of the Remington Model 51 pistol, which was designed by John Pedersen in 1917 and popular in the 1920s.

SHOT Show 2014: Safariland Honors Calif. Agent Saved by Vest

January 16, 2014
Agent Nate Castro of the California Department of Corrections choked up as he was asked to tell the story of what happened to him nine weeks ago. “I can still smell the smoke,” he said.
<p>Safariland&#39;s new Summit lightweight, high-performance armor incorporates materials and fabrics from leading ballistic protection companies. (Photo: Mark W. Clark)</p>

SHOT Show 2014—Safariland Releases Lightweight, High Performance Armor

January 14, 2014
Ed Hinchey, body armor technical specialist with Safariland, says the company set out with the goal of creating the best combination of comfort and performance.
<p>The J.P. Enterprises SCR-11 precision sporting rifle has been released as a 5.11 Tactical co-branded version in Storm Grey. (Photo: Mark W. Clark)</p>

SHOT Show 2014—5.11 Shows Co-Branded Rifles

January 14, 2014
Tactical gear and apparel manufacturer 5.11 Tactical has teamed up with modern sporting rifle manufacturer J.P. Enterprises to sell a line of precision rifles.

Police Car Slams Pole, Michigan Officers Injured

January 14, 2014
A Warren (Mich.) PD officer’s pelvis was broken and her partner suffered a head wound when the patrol car they were riding in struck a utility pole after sliding on ice Sunday.
<p>The trigger assembly group of the new SIG P320. (Photo: Mark W. Clark)</p>

SHOT Show 2014: SIG Debuts Striker-Fired Duty Pistol

January 14, 2014
SIG Sauer entered the market for striker-fired duty pistols today at SHOT Show 2014 with the introduction of the the P320.

Liberty Ammunition Receives Perfect Score on NTOA Test

January 10, 2014
The testing officer said of the recoil, "I was astonished at the light recoil in my Glock 17. Despite being light, it cycled flawlessly."

Dallas Chief Shames Disciplined Employees on Twitter, Facebook

January 10, 2014
Chief David O. Brown of the Dallas Police Department has been publicly shaming disciplined employees on social media. Brown gives brief accounts of the discipline on his Twitter account and adds more details on his Facebook page.

Video: Man Killed by Mo. Deputy Ignored Warnings

January 9, 2014
The deputies warned and even pleaded with Ford to show them his hands and get down on the ground. “Nothing is worth getting shot over!” one of the deputies yelled.
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