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Why Officers Will Embrace S&W's M&P Shield

Why Officers Will Embrace S&W's M&P Shield

With its M&P Shield subcompact pistol, Smith & Wesson is revisiting a concept that once made history. The Shield hearkens back to the S&W Model 39, the first modern DA/SA pistol with a single column magazine and a thin grip.

July 25, 2012

Smith & Wesson M&P15R

Smith & Wesson M&P15R

I'd like to discuss a somewhat unusual rifle choice that can help law enforcement agencies and individual officers realistically cope with the rising cost and shortage of .223/5.56 patrol rifle ammunition. I believe the solution to this problem is for law enforcement agencies to field the Smith & Wesson M&P15R M4-style carbine chambered in 5.45x39mm.

August 20, 2010

Running Up the Score

Running Up the Score

The purpose of this article is to pass on a few observations and suggestions that might help law enforcement officers and their employing agencies improve firearms training, especially for those officers who find it difficult to qualify with their issued firearms.

April 22, 2010

Smith & Wesson 327 TRR8 Revolver

Smith & Wesson 327 TRR8 Revolver

The S&W 327 Tactical Rail Revolver is best suited to be used by the lead penetrator of a SWAT team, especially since this revolver carries as many rounds of ammunition as the average .45 ACP 1911.

May 1, 2008

Walther Police Pistol Slim (PPS)

Walther Police Pistol Slim (PPS)

I was really impressed with the 9mm model of the PPS. Its captive dual recoil spring and excellent ergonomics combine to make an extremely soft shooting pistol. In fact, it's the softest shooting subcompact pistol that I have ever tested.

April 1, 2008

Smith & Wesson M&P Compact Pistol

Smith & Wesson M&P Compact Pistol

During my law enforcement career I never had a malfunction or a problem with any of the Smith & Wesson pistols that I owned or was issued. Needless to say, I like Smith & Wesson pistols.

June 1, 2007

Love the One You're With

One of the most frustrating things that can happen to you as a law enforcement officer is being forced to carry a handgun that you dislike. So what can you do if your issued sidearm doesn’t fit you or you just don’t like it?

December 1, 2006

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