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TRU-SPEC's 24-7 pants are designed to be worn on- and off duty.

TRU-SPEC Announces Limited Time $10 Discount on 24-7 Tactical Pants

September 10, 2009
TRU-SPEC is offering its on duty/off duty 24-7 tactical-style pants in all styles and in sizes up to 44 at just $29.95 retail during a special promotion that runs Sept. 15 through Nov. 15. The $29.95 special price is the lowest retail price at which TRU-SPEC 24-7 pants have ever been offered since they were introduced at the 2008 SHOT Show.
Bates new GX 8-inch side-zip boot features Thinsulate and Gore-Tex.

Bates Introduces GX-8 Gore-Tex Insulated Side Zip Boot

September 10, 2009
Bates has extended its GX line with an 8-inch Gore-Tex insulated side zip boot. The boot is both waterproof and warmth with the combination of two performance fabrics: Thinsulate and Gore-Tex.
The Trijicon ACTS is designed to easily clip on small arms and interface with the battlefield proven Trijicon ACOG (Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight).

Trijicon Announces New Thermal Imaging Scope that Works with ACOG

September 10, 2009
Trijicon has announced the availability of a new thermal imaging rifle scope. The Trijicon Advanced Combat Thermal Sight (ACTS) is the world’s first system providing soldiers with high-definition uncooled thermal sighting with up to 4X magnification for long-distance nighttime operations.
The new and improved Kahr PM9 has a loaded chamber indicator and an external safety.

Kahr Arms Introduces New and Improved PM9 Pistol

September 10, 2009
Kahr Arms has introduced a new model of its popular PM9 pistol. The new model, available as the PM9193 and PM9193N, includes a loaded chamber indicator and external safety feature.

New Orleans Officers Ordered Not to Make Immigration Status Inquiries

September 10, 2009
The department's announcement seemed to enshrine the city's unofficial policing stance as it pertains to illegal immigrants, many of whom flocked to rebuild the city in the wake of the 2005 flood and, in turn, became prime targets for armed robbers and unscrupulous contractors.

Off-Duty NYPD Attacked with Tire Iron

September 10, 2009
A Queens cop had to have his face rebuilt by doctors after he was savagely beat down in a road-rage fight by three thugs, including one wielding a tire iron, relatives and friends said.

Minnesota Officer Killed with His Own Gun

September 10, 2009
Officers Richard Crittenden and Julie Olson of the North St. Paul Police Department saved two women from a man who charged at them with a burning rag during a "very intense and very violent battle."

Georgia Agency to Review Fatal Chase

September 10, 2009
Chief Jeff Turner of the Clayton County Police Department said the chase began around 9:30 p.m., in Clayton County when officers saw the pickup slow and then stop so the driver could talk to a woman beside the road. That area of Old Dixie Highway at I-75 is known for prostitution but Turner said it was not known if the man was soliciting the woman for sex.

San Francisco Undercover Unit Patrols Crime-Ridden Tenderloin

September 10, 2009
Danny Manning was once robbed by a pregnant woman. A few weeks ago, a teenager pointed a sawed-off 12-gauge at his face. Recently, he was jumped, beaten and robbed by three women in front of the Golden Gate Theater - at 3 in the afternoon.

Former Wyoming Troopers Face Steroid Charges

September 10, 2009
Authorities say Devan Henderson and Franklin Ryle Jr. smuggled steroids from Mexico to Wyoming in a vanilla bottle, while Adam Longo allegedly purchased them at a Casper gym. Agents with the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation learned about the allegations earlier this year while investigating Ryle for kidnapping a Wal-Mart truck driver.
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