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Newington (NH) Police Department Transitions to SIG Sauer P320 Pistol

Newington (NH) Police Department Transitions to SIG Sauer P320 Pistol

The Newington (NH) Police Department has transitioned to the SIG Sauer P320 (9mm) as its official duty pistol. The full-service law enforcement agency is responsible for protecting the citizens of Newington and the Pease International Tradeport, home to SIG Sauer Worldwide Headquarters.

October 15, 2019

NY Police Union, Brass Face Off Over Tactical Weapon Use

Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder says tactical rifles should not be distributed widely across patrol ranks, citing security and oversight concerns. But James McDermott, president of the Nassau PBA, argues that street cops—armed with department-issued .40-caliber handguns—are at a distinct disadvantage against a gunman wielding a semiautomatic rifle.

September 6, 2019

New York Agency Transitions to SIG Sauer P320

New York Agency Transitions to SIG Sauer P320

SIG Sauer announced that the Lloyd Harbor (NY) Police Department has adopted the SIG Sauer P320 9mm pistol as its official duty pistol. Lloyd Harbor Police Department serves the Village of Lloyd Harbor in Huntington, New York.

May 24, 2019

Philadelphia Police Department Adopts SIG Sauer M400 Pro Rifles

Philadelphia Police Department Adopts SIG Sauer M400 Pro Rifles

SIG Sauer Inc. announced that the Philadelphia Police Department has adopted the SIG Sauer M400 Pro Rifle for its SWAT officers. The Philadelphia Police Department is the fourth largest police department in the United States with over 6,300 sworn officers protecting over 1.5 million citizens across 140 square-miles.

December 19, 2018

New Hampshire Department Completes Transition to SIG Sauer P320

SIG Sauer, Inc. announced that the City of Manchester, NH, has completed the transition to the SIG Sauer P320 pistol as their official duty firearm. The Manchester Police Department is the largest city in the State of New Hampshire with a complement of more than 225 sworn officers protecting over 110,000 citizens.

September 28, 2018

Massachusetts' Top Court Strikes Down Ban on Civilians Owning Stun Guns
Pennsylvania State Capitol Police Upgrade to IWI US Tavor X95
Over 200 Firearms Recovered in NY Gun Smuggling Bust

Over 200 Firearms Recovered in NY Gun Smuggling Bust

Billed as Brooklyn's biggest ever gun smuggling bust, nearly two dozen people — mostly from Virginia — have been rounded up and arrested on charges they brought over 200 high-caliber weapons of all sorts into New York City, authorities said Wednesday.

March 9, 2017

NYPD Vets Upset That New Officers Get Improved Glock Pistols

NYPD Vets Upset That New Officers Get Improved Glock Pistols

The NYPD’s newest officers are hitting the streets with the latest generation of Glock pistols, which have better grips and other features that aid accuracy—but veteran officers are angry that, unlike rookies, they’ll have to pony up $525 if they want to upgrade to the better firepower.

November 28, 2016

Yale Police Protest New Firearms Qualification Policy

Rich Simons, the YPBA president and a YPD patrolman, said he found the new policy restrictive and the 30-day time frame most troubling. He said the University cannot expect officers to pass the test in such a short period without providing them with a reliable location to practice shooting.

November 8, 2016

NYPD Transitioning to a New Duty Holster

NYPD Transitioning to a New Duty Holster

NYPD officials say the department's new Safariland 6360 ALS gun holster with an automatic locking system is more secure than its previous holster. The department started issuing it to all new recruits in June of 2014. The Safariland 6360 ALS was not in use by the officer who was attacked Tuesday and lost his gun to a suspect who killed an uninvolved bystander. More Here.

August 12, 2016

Video: NYPD Transitioning to a New Duty Holster

Video: NYPD Transitioning to a New Duty Holster

NYPD officials say the department's new Safariland 6360 ALS gun holster with an automatic locking system is more secure than its previous holster. The department started issuing it to all new recruits in June of 2014. The Safariland 6360 ALS was not in use by the officer who was attacked Tuesday and lost his gun to a suspect who killed an uninvolved bystander.

August 12, 2016