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Police Product Test: 5.11 Tactical's Tactical Trainers Footwear

June 24, 2010

Scott Smith reviews 5.11 Tactical's Tactical Trainers, Remington Premier Rescue Knife, Uncle Mike's Wheeled Duffel Bag, and Rudy Project Genetyk Protective Eyewear.

Police Product Test: Buck Knives Nighthawk Bravo

May 20, 2010

Scott Smith reviews the Buck Knives Nighthawk Bravo, Weaver Optics Tactical Model 800360 Scope, and Smith & Wesson Special Tactical Knife.

Rifleman's Tool

May 20, 2010
Tactical International and world renowned knife designer Blackie Collins have created a tool that combines a knife and emergency maintenance options in one easy-to-carry package.

Police Product Test: ESS Eyepro Crossbow Eye Protection

March 11, 2010

Scott Smith reviews ESS Eyepro Crossbow Eye Protection, 5.11 Tactical Covert Cargo Pant, Truglo Tritium Fiber Optic Sights, Rogue Warrior Avenger Watch, and Zero Tolerance 0700 Folding Knife.

FNH USA Announces Partnership with Strider Knives

February 5, 2010
FNH USA is now collaborating with San Marco, Calif.-based Strider Knives Inc. on a project to offer a series of FNH USA branded knives that will be available from Strider Knives and its authorized dealers Feb. 15.

Police Product Test: Pelican Hardigg FieldPak

February 5, 2010

We review the Pelican Products Hardigg FieldPak, 5.11 Tactical Scout Folder Knife, BlackHawk Tactical Ballistic Vest Carrier, and Tango Down AR Magazines and Rail Covers.

SOG's 2010 Knives Include Swedge For LE

February 3, 2010
Developed in conjunction with Brent Beshara, a Canadian special ops military instructor, martial artist and custom knife maker, the Swedge features a new blade geometry that makes the tips of knives stronger and less prone to breaking.

Holiday Gift Guide

December 29, 2009

It's pretty hard to find the right gift for anyone this time of year. Buying gifts for cops is especially difficult. That's why the editors at POLICE have assembled this quick look at a dozen great gifts that any cop would love.

Side Kick Boot Knife

November 12, 2009
Perfect for the hidden boot pocket in your 5.11 ATAC, XPRT, or Company Boots and engineered by award-winning knife designer Mike Vellekamp of Blade-Tech, the new fixed-blade Side Kick Boot Knife from 5.11 Tactical has an overall length of 5.5 inches, with a 3.5-inch combo-edge modified tanto blade.

Tactical Knife

September 18, 2009
Buck Knives and TOPS Knives have collaborated to provide the Model TBT-101 liner-lock folder. The TOPS-designed blade is a 3.5-inch modified Tanto blade, made of 0.175-inch thick, high-grade ATS 34 stainless steel.

Rethinking Knife Training

September 17, 2009

The chance that you will ever use a blade as a weapon in the course of your law enforcement duties is slim. It's far more likely that someone will attack you with a blade. Still, you carry knives. So you need to know how to use them. More importantly, the bad guys carry knives so you need to know how to counter them.

Knives and Tools Under $100

August 21, 2009

It took some searching and reading, but I managed to come up with cutlery and tools for duty that won't break the bank and won't break when cutting open a heavy-duty box.

Humvee Emergency Rescue Knife

August 12, 2009
CampCo's Humvee Emergency Rescue Knife and LED Combo features a half-watt ultra-bright white LED light that operates on a single AA alkaline battery and a folding knife outfitted with an emergency seat belt cutter and glass breaker. The four-inch LED light comes with a detachable lanyard.

U.S. Customs Set to Classify All Folding Knives as Switchblades

June 12, 2009
United States Customs and Border Protection plans to classify assisted-opening knives and all one-hand-opening knives as switchblades, which are banned.

Be-Wharned Tactical Folding Knife

June 1, 2009
BlackHawk’s Be-Wharned wharncliffe folding knife, designed by edged-weapon trainer Michael Janich, offers both utility and personal defense capability. Featuring an aggressive, satin-finished AUS8A stainless steel blade that provides extreme cutting performance for its size, the Be-Wharned is mated to a handle constructed of hardened 420J stainless steel liners nested into textured black G-10 scales.

Buck Knives and TOPS Knives to Create New Line for LEOs

May 22, 2009

Buck Knives has forged a new collaboration with TOPS Knives, blending the talents of two Idaho knifemakers to produce the first of a new series of knives designed to be reliable tools for law enforcement.

Knives, Tools, and Answers

February 20, 2009
Yes, price is a consideration, as well as quality. But finding the right tool for your job is paramount.

Police Product Test: The Force Special Ops Cargo Pants

February 1, 2009

Today, agencies are transitioning to uniforms that serve more than one function. The Force Special Ops Cargo pants are a fine example of pants that can multi-task.

Police Product Test: Trijicon RedDot

July 1, 2008

The Trijicon RedDot Sight is designed to be mounted on several of the company's ACOGs, but is also designed to be mounted on a handgun. I know there will be numerous guffaws at the idea of a red-dot sight on a duty handgun. But naysayers were also quick to dismiss the use of red-dot sights on duty ARs a decade ago. Now they're not a novelty but the norm.

TREXPO West 2008: Best of Show

April 1, 2008

Both TREXPO's roots and its evolving focus were both evident in the product offerings at the West Coast edition of the conference held Feb. 19–22 in Long Beach, Calif. On the show floor of the Long Beach Convention Center, several new products made their debut and several others made their TREXPO debut.

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