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TLR-7 Sub Weapon Light

TLR-7 Sub Weapon Light

Streamlight’s ultra-compact, lightweight TLR-7 sub weapon light features an optimized clamp design to fit a variety of railed subcompact handguns.

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House Bill Would Expand LEOSA Carry Rights

The Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA) Reform Act (H.R. 1210) would allow active and retired law enforcement officials to carry firearms on state, local, and private property otherwise open to the public. It would also allow them to carry firearms in national parks. Further, the bill would allow them to carry in Gun Free School Zones.

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KS7 Shotgun

KS7 Shotgun

The KelTec KS7 shotgun was bred for officer defense in the most confined spaces.

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T7 Headset

T7 Headset

The Invisio T7 is a lightweight and submersible hearing protection headset available in three interchangeable variants.

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ChamberSnake

ChamberSnake

his patented, nylon chamber blocker features a bright “Electricity Yellow” strip that extends out the muzzle to provide immediate visual confirmation that the firearm is unloaded and safe.

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FN Releases New Concealed Carry 9mm

FN Releases New Concealed Carry 9mm

The FN 509 Compact has been designed for deep concealment with a 3.7-inch barrel and low-profile rear blackout iron sights. A high-visibility front sight aids in low-light target acquisition.

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Philadelphia Plans to Equip Mores Officers with TASERs

If legislators approve of the contract and it is in place in December, the city could receive all the TASERs by the end of the year, Dunn said. The department could begin distributing TASERs to officers in early 2021 after they receive training.

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NRA Supports Retired Federal Officers in LEOSA Lawsuit Against New Jersey

LEOSA allows current and retired qualified officers with identification issued by their agency to carry a concealed firearm nationwide, regardless of state law. The plaintiffs here meet those qualifications. Yet the state of New Jersey, in violation of federal law, is still requiring them to get state-issued concealed carry licenses.

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Federal Court Panel Shoots Down California Magazine Capacity Law

“Even well-intentioned laws must pass constitutional muster,” Appellate Judge Kenneth Lee wrote for the panel’s majority. California’s ban on magazines holding more than 10 bullets “strikes at the core of the Second Amendment — the right to armed self-defense.”