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N.C. Sheriff Plans to Sell Vintage Tommy Guns to Buy Rifles

January 6, 2014
The Forsyth County (N.C.) Sheriff’s Office presented a proposal to the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners last Thursday to sell the agency’s two 1928 Thompson submachine guns and drum magazines and buy 88 new Bushmaster rifles.

Conn. State Police ID Weapons In Newtown Shooting

January 22, 2013
The Connecticut State Police has released details about the specific weapons recovered from the scene of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on Dec. 14 in Newtown.

Teacher Pension Fund Review Causes Sale of Firearms Conglomerate

December 18, 2012
Cerberus Capital Management announced plans to sell its stake in firearms conglomerate Freedom Group after one of the company's guns was used in the Connecticut school rampage.

Chicago PD Receives Equipment Grant From Spirit of Blue Foundation

May 11, 2012
The Chicago Police Department will equip its 7th District (Englewood) personnel with Bushmaster rifles purchased with grant funds from the Spirit of Blue Foundation.

Bushmaster and Spirit of Blue Foundation Continue Spirit of Blue Campaign

October 21, 2011
The Spirit of Blue Foundation and Bushmaster Firearms International are again offering holiday wreaths to raise funding for law enforcement agencies.

Bushmaster Supplies Md. Park Police with Carbines

September 9, 2011
These gas-operated custom rifles feature a quad-rail split hand guard, Magpul rear MBUS iron sights, six-position stock, 16-inch barrel with flash suppressor, and a Parkerized finish.

A-TACS for Weapons

April 28, 2011

The first companies to offer A-TACS for weapons are Remington, Bushmaster, and DPMS. They will soon have stocks out to retrofit your 870 so you can give it a new look and have it match your uniform and other A-TACS gear.

Long Guns: 2011

January 13, 2011

Just 10 years ago when law enforcement agencies went out to purchase long guns, they rarely looked at anything other than shotguns. Today, the AR and other military-style rifles dominate the market.

Bushmaster Introduces Bore Squeeg-E Cleaning System

December 15, 2010
The Bore Squeeg-E Cleaning System is a pull-through system and includes the Bore Squeeg-E made from a proprietary polymer that's not affected by cleaning chemicals. It's designed to scrape a bore's lands and grooves to keep abrasive carbon fouling from harming the bore.

Bushmaster Supports Spirit of Blue Holiday Wreath Campaign

October 28, 2010
Proceeds from the Spirit of Blue wreath sales will be donated to participating, non-profit law enforcement organizations.

Bushmaster Recalls ACR

October 15, 2010
The ACR is being recalled because it could potentially fire more than one round with a single trigger pull, which is obviously dangerous. It was not designed to do that.

LE Version of Bushmaster ACR Now Available

September 10, 2010
The ACR platform uses an adjustable gas-piston operating system that supports suppressed or unsuppressed firing and the ability to quickly change calibers from 5.56mm/.223 Rem to 6.8mm Rem SPC.

Bushmaster Introduces .308 Carbine With Optic Mounts

August 11, 2010
Two half-inch riser blocks are mounted to the receiver-length Picatinny rail and provide enough clearance above the upper receiver, so the natural cheek weld aligns the shooter's eye directly behind his or her chosen optic.

Kicking Things Up a Notch

May 31, 2010

I believe there is a need for law enforcement officers, especially for tactical personnel, to kick things up a notch and use heavier caliber carbines as patrol rifles and entry guns.

Bushmaster Adaptive Combat Rifle (ACR)

April 14, 2010

Take a closer look at the Bushmaster ACR "modular" rifle, which will be offered in law enforcement versions known as the Patrol and Special Purpose. Our photo gallery gives you a closer look at an innovative patrol or tactical rifle offering an alternative to other AR-type patrol rifles. A Remington version will be offered to federal law enforcement. Read our news item about the availability of the Bushmaster ACR.

Bushmaster ACR Arrives for Civilians, Then LE

April 14, 2010
Basic and enhanced versions of Bushmaster's "modular" Adaptive Combat Rifle (ACR) are now available at firearms dealers for public sale with law enforcement versions scheduled to follow by May 1, according to the manufacturer.

SHOT Show 2010: Best of Show

March 26, 2010

There was a lot more to see at this year's SHOT Show than backup weapons. Glock announced a major facelift of its duty pistols, Bushmaster launched a new combat rifle, and numerous companies pumped out cool police products. Here's a quick look at some of our favorites.

SHOT Show 2010: Bushmaster To Release Adaptive Combat Rifle

January 21, 2010
The rifle once known as the Magpul Masada and developed in a partnership between Bushmaster, Remington, and Magpul should be ready by May.

SHOT Show 2010: Remington ACR

January 5, 2010

A YouTube user posted a leaked promo for the new Remington ACR (Adaptive Combat Rifle) that was exclusively built for the military and LE. The weapon, formerly known as the Magpul Masada, was designed by Magpul Industries and licensed to Remington for military and LE sale. It will be sold in the civilian market as the Bushmaster ACR. The rifle will debut at SHOT Show 2010.

Patrol and SWAT Rifles

July 10, 2009

Ever since the 1997 North Hollywood bank robbery and shootout, the popularity of rifles in patrol operations has exploded. Rifle manufacturers have capitalized on this demand, and they are now making a variety of rifles specifically designed for patrol and SWAT operations. Here's a quick look at some of the long guns now available for service in law enforcement.

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