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DryFireMag-The Trigger Reset Magazine

Completely self-contained, the DryFireMag fits into the magazine well with no alterations to your pistol. Installs in seconds. Simulates trigger release and reset without using the firing pin.

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NYPD Issuing Its Recruits Pistols with Lighter Trigger Pull

The department used revolvers with 12-pound pulls until the 1990s, when then-Commissioner Raymond Kelly began issuing 9mm handguns. The manufacturer-recommended setting for the new pistols was a five-pound pull, but the NYPD kept the trigger pull at 12 pounds.

KelTec P17 Pistol

With low cost .22LR ammo and a 16+1 capacity, you can nail paper bad guys for pennies a pop.

Two Truths

Earlier this week, I was honored to be among a small handful of people to be selected to be one of the speakers at the Emerson Hour at ILEETA 2021.

Rhode Island Officer Accidentally Shoots Himself in the Leg

An officer with the South Kingstown (RI) Police Department reportedly shot himself in the leg during a training exercise on Wednesday.

Preparing for the Prospect of a "Suicide by Cop" Incident

Accept the fact that a suicide-by-cop incident could happen to you on any call on every shift you work.

Looking Back: Less-Lethal, Qualification Courses, and Earthquakes

In past March issues, POLICE has covered less-lethal solutions, firearms training, and response to the 1989 San Francisco Bay Area earthquake. Here's a look at the pages of POLICE 10, 20, and 30 years ago.

(Video) Action Target Shows Reactive Targets at SHOT Show 2020

Action Target gives POLICE the details on portable reactive targets that are easily programmed and safe for training with any caliber at any range.

Writing a Handgun Optics Policy

If your agency is allowing officers to use red dot sights on duty pistols, then it needs to have a policy that covers issues such as training, equipment, and qualification protocols.

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(Video) Meggitt Discusses LOMAH Target System at SHOT Show 2020

Meggitt Training Systems' LOMAH target training system gives officers immediate feedback on their shooting. The company shares how it works while in the Meggitt booth at SHOT Show 2020.

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