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Police Product Test: Meopta 1-4X22KD Scope

Police Product Test: Meopta 1-4X22KD Scope

Meopta's 1-4X22KD has a 30mm tube to give you a crisp, clear image of whatever you view through it. Its illuminated reticle is the "K Dot," a modified German 4 with a dot centered on a broken horizontal crosshair and a vertical post.

July 25, 2012

Police Product Test: Leupold VX-R Scope
Police Product Test: Under Armour Valsetz and Speed Freak Boots
Accessorizing Your AR

Accessorizing Your AR

One of the fastest growing sectors of the law enforcement market is enhancements for the AR Series of firearms. The AR has become the firearms counterpart of Burger King's Whopper: You can have it your way, any way you want it, literally.

May 17, 2011

Police Product Test: 5.11 Tactical Praetorian 2 Gloves
Advanced Duty Optics

Advanced Duty Optics

The first and foremost reason people use any form of mounted optics is they provide a fast, accurate sight. Second, be they red dot or truly telescopic, sights have shrunk in size, making them better suited for duty.

January 10, 2011

Police Product Test: Buck Knives Nighthawk Bravo
Police Product Test: 5.11 Tactical Light for Life
Police Product Test: Ameriglo Pro Sights

Police Product Test: Ameriglo Pro Sights

I was impressed with the Pro Sights. The front sight was fast and easy to pick up and allowed for accurate delivery of shots at ranges from three to 50 yards. Simply put, these sights are damn fine.

September 17, 2009

Police Product Test: Trijicon RedDot

Police Product Test: Trijicon RedDot

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.

July 1, 2008

Lights, Lasers, and Tactical Sights

Lights, Lasers, and Tactical Sights

There was a temptation to slug this article with the headline "Pimp Your Handgun." After all, it's catchy and it's trendy…There's only one thing wrong with it, it's dead wrong.

January 1, 2008

DPMS Panther Arms LRT-SASS Rifle

DPMS Panther Arms LRT-SASS Rifle

Simply put, the LRT-SASS is an AR-15 on steroids. It is larger in size, larger in caliber, and heavier in weight. The LRT-SASS I used for this review arrived in a padded “gun case” with the owner’s manuals, two 19-round magazines, one LRT with four position handguards with covers, Mangonel front/rear flip-up sights, a sling, and a Harris bipod—all in all, a ready-to-use package.

May 1, 2007

Police Product Test: C More Systems Tactical Red Dot Sight

Police Product Test: C More Systems Tactical Red Dot Sight

C More Systems' Tactical sight is designed to meet the requirements of a sight for daily duty use. The sight, a tubeless heads-up model designed to mount on a flat top AR, comes with an A2-type iron sight so the dot and iron sights can be co-witnessed.

May 1, 2007