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Less-Lethal Weapon Options

March 6, 2013

At present, less-lethal weapons are a fact of life. It's hard to find an agency that doesn't use at least one in one form or another. With technology advances being what they are, there are more options today than ever before. Let's look at some of the available technologies and how they make a difference.

Less-Lethal Options

March 5, 2013

Law enforcement officers have plenty of less-lethal options to avoid a deadly force encounter, including light, chemical agents, conducted electrical weapons, projectile weapons, and launchable pepper projectiles. Read more in our March feature "Less-Lethal Weapon Options" and make sure to train with your mutual-aid agencies. Photos by Mark W. Clark and Amaury Murgado.

Tac-700 Launcher

March 30, 2012
PepperBall Technologies’ TAC-700 launcher fires up to 12 rounds per second and features a high-capacity 200-round hopper, an automatic feed system, and a honed barrel.

FN 303 Launcher

March 30, 2012
The FN 303 Launcher is a compressed air-powered system capable of launching fin-stabilized .68 caliber projectiles at point-specific targets with a range of up to 50 meters.

Less-Lethal Launchers

March 30, 2012
ALS Technologies has rolled out a pair of less-lethal launchers in 37mm and 40mm that offer reduced weight, upgraded components, and greater customization to tactical officers.

SHOT Show 2012: ALS Upgrades Less-Lethal Launchers

January 19, 2012
ALS Technologies rolled out a pair of less-lethal launchers in 37mm and 40mm at SHOT Show in Law Vegas that offer reduced weight, upgraded components, and greater customization to tactical officers.
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