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Arizona Governor Vetoes Campus Carry Bill

April 20, 2011
Arizona's Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a bill that would allow guns on Arizona's college campuses. Brewer said she vetoed the campus gun bill because it was "poorly written."

ASP Introduces Agent Concealable Baton

April 1, 2011
The Agent baton is an impact weapon for administrators, investigators, undercover operatives, or officers who require an "off duty" carry baton.

Bianchi Leather Concealment Holsters

March 31, 2011
Safariland's three new Bianchi leather holster models for concealed carry are constructed of rich, full-grain leather and feature sleek contour molding for a traditional friction fit. All three models are available in plain finish tan and black, and feature dual 1.5-inch belt loops.

Diamondback Firearms Introduces DB9 Micro 9mm

March 8, 2011
The DB9, which was first unveiled at the SHOT Show, features a proprietary striker firing system with a mechanical firing pin block, a steel magazine catch to secure a sheet metal magazine, and windage-adjustable sights.

Wyoming Approves Constitutional Carry

March 7, 2011
Wyoming has become the fourth state in the nation to adopt a law allowing its residents to carry concealed firearms without a permit. The right, which is often referred to as "constitutional carry," has also been passed in Alaska, Arizona, and Vermont.

Off-Duty Carry: What Kind of Cop Are You?

March 7, 2011
Where and when to carry off-duty is a debate between cops that has gone back and forth for generations. I know what I've done and will continue to do. Let's review the three kinds of cops so you can pick the category that suits you best.

Off-Duty Carry and Preparedness

February 14, 2011
Nearly every company and cop shop has a messenger shoulder-type gear bag available today in a variety of sizes and carry styles. Some of these bags reek "cop," so get a sports team's logo or some designer logo, and put it on the outside of the bag for public view.

How To Determine a Basic LE Combat Load

February 9, 2011
During my law enforcement career, I found it no real burden or inconvenience to carry one or two spare magazines or one or two extra speed loaders. One trick I learned is to invert double-magazine pouches to make them fit in a way that flatters your body and protrudes less.

Kimber Ships Solo Micro-Compact 9mm Pistol

February 1, 2011
The Solo pistols are 17 ounces and 5.5 inches long with ergonomics borrowed from 1911 pistols and 3-dot sights. The Standard Solo arrives with a stainless steel slide and barrel, machined aluminum frame, ambidextrous thumb safety, removable grips and ambidextrous magazine release button.

Arizona Law Would Allow Guns On Campus

January 31, 2011
The Arizona Legislature is considering several new gun laws, including a "Firearms Omnibus" bill that would make Arizona the second state in the nation to require universities and communities to allow guns on campus and one of 10 that permit guns inside public government buildings such as the state Capitol.

Prepare Yourself for Off-Duty Incidents

January 28, 2011

Trouble finding an officer is typical of off-duty incidents. That's the first thing we must understand in order to prepare ourselves for the unexpected off-duty encounter: They can happen at any time anywhere.

Caliber Selection for Backup and Off-Duty Guns

January 20, 2011
My personal basic requirement is that any handgun I select as a backup gun must also be a weapon I would be confident carrying off duty and may be possibly compelled to take enforcement action with.

Ruger Adds Lightweight Compact Pistol In 9mm

January 16, 2011
The firearms manufacturer developed this 9mm version of its Ruger LCP mouse gun that's ideally suited as a backup for off-duty law enforcement officers based on customer requests.

Kimber Adds Trio of .45 ACP Pistols to TLE Line

January 5, 2011
Kimber has introduced the Ultra TLE II, Stainless Ultra TLE II and Stainless Pro TLE II pistols chambered in .45 ACP.

P290 Subcompact

January 3, 2011
With a polymer frame and a stainless steel slide, the P290 is the smallest 9mm in the SIG line. Features of the P290 include a Nitron-coated slide, drift adjustable contrast or self-illuminating SIGlite night sights, single stack magazine for a slim profile, a double-action-only trigger system, interchangeable grip panels, and an optional integrated laser.

Ankle Lite Holster

January 3, 2011
The Ankle Lite is constructed of Premium Center Cut Steerhide and the same wide neoprene ankle band, Velcro closure, and sheepskin padding as Galco's Ankle Glove.

Baltimore May Restrict Off-Duty Carry During Alcohol Consumption

December 6, 2010
Baltimore Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III is considering revising the department's General Order governing officer conduct to prohibit officers from carrying a firearm if they consume alcohol off duty.

SIG Sauer P220 Compact Pistols

December 6, 2010

SIG Sauer has developed a new line of SIG 220 .45 ACP pistols: one model with a full-size SIG 220 grip and one with a shorter grip that is considerably more concealable.

NRA Explains Changes To Police Carry Law

November 16, 2010
In an exclusive interview with POLICE, the NRA's legislative counsel explains changes signed by President Obama in October. Most notably, the amendments expand the law's definition of active officers who can qualify, giving the right to more federal agents who will be able to carry as retired officers.

MasterPiece Arms Ships Protector Series Backup Guns

November 10, 2010
The MPA380 and MPA32 weigh 11.8 ounces, measure .925-inches in width, 4.37 inches in length, and 3.2 inches in height and have a 2.25-inch barrel.
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