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RDPS Body Armor Bag

May 1, 2006
RDPS’ Rapid Deployment Body Armor Bag provides an officer with a discreet carry bag for a sub machinegun or patrol rifle that in a matter of seconds transforms into a front and rear Level III or Level IV body armor tactical vest system. The bag is designed to save the lives of law enforcement officers. In conjunction with Level III and Level IV ceramic plates, it is capable of withstanding multiple hits from rounds as large as .308.

DeSantis Holster & Leather Goods Safe-Keeper Holster

October 1, 2005
The Safe-Keeper Holster is built from premium saddle leather. It is equipped with both a thumb break and a muzzle-tensioning device. The Gunhide Lock-Spot allows the pistol to be safely secured using a padlock or handcuffs without removing it from the holster. An officer can readily snap the Safe Keeper on and off without removing his or her waist belt.

Ka-Bar Knives Law Enforcement Knife

September 1, 2005
Designed by John Benner, founder of Tactical Defense Institute and a former cop, the TDI Law Enforcement Knife from Ka-Bar was created with law enforcement in mind. The knife is meant to be worn at the off hand and draws like a pistol. If an officer finds himself in close quarters with a suspect attempting to take his handgun, the TDI knife can be available as a last-defense option.

Maxpedition Hard-Use Gear LIGER Gun Belt

August 1, 2005
The LIGER gun belt from Maxpedition offers more than 2,000 lbs. of tensile strength and more than 300 lbs. of hole pull strength. It has an abrasion-resistant polyurethane coating to protect from the damage of water, mildew, rot, and many common solvents. The belt’s leather-like appearance is suited for discreet CCW and undercover work.

Fobus USA GLC IWB Holster

July 1, 2005
The GLC IWB (inside the waistband) holster from Fobus fits the Glock 9mm, .40, and .357 caliber models. The holster is lightweight for all-day concealed carry and is contoured to allow a full range of motion. It employs a passive retention system with upper and lower retaining hooks, and allows single-hand re-holstering.

Para-Ordnance Black Watch Companion Pistol

May 1, 2005

If you like the idea of carrying a semi-auto pistol chambered for the mighty .45 ACP but are not comfortable carrying a gun with the hammer cocked and locked, Para Ordnance might have the perfect off-duty alternative for you.

Maxsell Corporation H.R. 218 Law Officer Badge

May 1, 2005
The H.R. 218 law allows current and retired law enforcement personnel to carry a concealed weapon nationwide. Officers will likely need to identify themselves via an official photo ID as well as a badge for instant visual identification. Maxsell Corp. now offers the H.R. 218 law officer badge to identify a qualified individual as a “national concealed carry law officer.”

LEOSA: Don't Look Now

March 1, 2005

The 19th-century German monarch Otto von Bismarck once famously said, "Laws are like sausages, it is better not to see them being made."

Borderless Concealed Carry

November 1, 2004

What if local laws forbid you to carry a concealed weapon?

Special Report: Backup Gun Policies--Gun Control

June 1, 2004

It's not hard to make a strong case for backup guns. The basic contention of backup gun proponents is that old saw that goes: If you absolutely have to have one of something to ensure your survival, then you better have two.

Our Guide to Backup Guns

June 1, 2003

The possibility of being kidnapped was heavy on the minds of LAPD officers in the mid-1960s because of the kidnapping of their fellow Officers Bob Hettinger and Ian Campbell whose story inspired the book and movie, "The Onion Field."

Kahr Arms' T9 and PM9 Pistols

April 1, 2003

Flat, light, and powerful, Kahr's innovative autos are revolutionary--and perfect for "cop carry."

Under Wraps

December 1, 2002

Two young guys walked toward us, talking with each other. But the young lady and I were oblivious to what was going on around us. That was a mistake.

Taurus' PT111 Millennium

September 1, 2002

At 18.7 ounces, the PT111SS qualifies as a true pocket pistol.

Flying While Armed

September 1, 2002

As a former Federal Air Marshal, I am often asked, "Should law enforcement officers be allowed to carry their guns when they are passengers on commercial airliners?" My short answer is, "Hell, yes."

Hidden Threats

August 1, 2002

As police officers on the streets of our cities, you face potentially deadly disguised and hidden weapons every single day.

Concealed Carry

July 1, 2002

Two students were killed, 13 injured. But it could have been much worse if Clark had not been on the scene and armed.

The Right to Bear Arms

July 1, 2002

As I boarded a flight home from meeting with members of Congress, security was tight and new alerts were announced. I considered again that despite 15 years on the job and being in the virtual ground zero for new terrorist threats, I was unarmed, unable to respond to a threat because out-of-town officers are not trusted to carry guns in the nation's capital.

Search Engines

April 1, 2002

Conducting a thorough head-to-toe search requires as intrusive a probing as garments will allow.

Watch Your 6

January 1, 2002

In any given year when we are willing to celebrate the fact that only 50 or so of our brothers and sisters were murdered in the line of duty, it is readily apparent that too many of us are still messing up — fatally — on far too many occasions. Nevertheless, we are doing a much better job of recognizing the fatal errors. And in many cases we are counteracting them.

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