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Meprolight to Showcase Line of Innovative Optics at 2019 NASGW

Meprolight will be showing its Mepro MX3 T magnifying scope along with several other products at...

Meprolight, a leader in a variety of optic solutions from electro-optics sights, thermal sights and devices, to self-illuminated sights, and innovative pistol sights, will be exhibiting at the National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW) Expo Oct. 22–25, 2019 in Orlando, FL.

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Q&A with The Futurist, Axon's Rick Smith

"I’m not saying take the guns away. I am saying you may soon carry another weapon that is more...

Axon CEO Rick Smith is known for thinking and speaking about the next generation of technology. Now he is predicting that less-lethal weapons can almost eliminate fatal officer-involved shootings by 2030.

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Blackhawk Unveils New Website with Enhanced Features

To help better accommodate users in their selection of a new holster, the Blackhawk website features an easy-to-use Holster Selector tool. The new tool allows handgun owners to quickly narrow down the various choices available for their personal firearm by having them answer a series of questions, each intended to select the best holster that fits his or her needs.

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A 2030 Vision

Editor David Griffith

Can less-lethal weapons advance to the point that police can use them instead of deadly force? Axon's Rick Smith believes they can.

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FN 509 MRD Pistol

FN America FN 509 MRD Pistol

The FN 509 MRD pistol, an optics-ready duty pistol designed specifically for agencies considering miniature red dot optic-equipped pistols, features the patent-pending FN Low-Profile Optics-Mounting System.

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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.