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SHOT Show 2018: Report from the Aisles

For this year's Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show held in January, the POLICE editors and a POLICE contributor walked the aisles learning about the latest products for law enforcement. Here's our report on the nation's largest police equipment show.

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Sighting Devices 2017

Here's a look at the latest law enforcement-applicable optics, sights, etc., on the market.

12 Things You Need to Know About Rifle Optics

In order to help you decide what optic best suits your needs, POLICE Magazine spoke with some experts on the tactical operation of firearms optics. And the following are 12 things they said you need to know about these essential accessories.

Bravo Company Manufacturing BCM MK12 Rifle

Bravo Company Manufacturing is an established maker of super high-quality AR-15 rifles, parts, and accessories. Based in Wisconsin, this good-old American company known for its "add-ons" is quickly becoming a varsity player in the duty-grade weapons game.

SHOT Show 2015: Leupold Introduces D-EVO Add-on Magnified Optic

Designed to be used with the Leupold Carbine Optic (LCO) or other red dot, holographic, or reflex sights, the D-EVO delivers 6X magnification without the need for the operator to move his or her head or change cheekwelds.

SHOT Show 2015: Leupold Debuts Innovative Add-On Magnifier

Designed to be used with the Leupold Carbine Optic (LCO) or other red dot, holographic or reflex sights, the D-EVO delivers 6X magnification without the need for the operator to move his or her head or change cheekwelds. The operator simply looks down a few inches for a clear, 6X sight picture featuring one of Leupold’s most versatile reticles. Nothing needs to move but the operators eyes.

TS-32X1 Reticle

Leupold's TS-32X1 reticle offers users a series of quick and precise holdover marks set at 1-MOA intervals. With 32 MOA of adjustment from the top post to the bottom, the TS-32X1 is great for range estimation, wind holds, and snap shots.

SHOT Show 2013: Best of Show

The big trend at this year's SHOT Show was flashlights so bright that they can probably take X-rays. Police staff members accidentally got blasted a few times with these 700-lumen light sabers, and they are more less-lethal weapons than illumination tools.

VX•R Patrol Scope

Patented 1-button design allows users to select between 8 intensity settings. The CR-2032 coin-cell battery produces remarkable runtimes, while the fiber optic light pipe eliminates the need for an eyepiece-based control module.

The Future of CQB Optics

Today, rifle optics that once were only seen on SWAT weapons are now commonplace on patrol rifles. A lot has changed in less than 10 years. Which begs the question, What innovations are likely to change law enforcement CQB optics between now and 2021?