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MILO’s Modular Shooting Range
Known for its training simulators, MILO is now building and delivering turnkey live-fire shooting range systems that can be set up in a parking lot.
FN Announces Second South Carolina Manufacturing Facility
The company will invest $33 million into the construction of the more than 100,000-square-foot facility that will be built over two phases. In total, the expansion will add 176 new jobs to the company’s workforce and add new manufacturing capacity that wi
Colorado “Assault Weapon” Ban Bill Killed in Committee
House Bill 1230 was rejected in a 6-7 vote in the House Judiciary Committee at about 1 a.m. following a 14-hour hearing that featured testimony from hundreds of people.
160K Rounds of 5.56 NATO Stolen on Way to Columbus Police
A shipment meant to be delivered to the Columbus (OH) Division of Police was stolen from a warehouse on the west side of the city. Now, police are concerned because the contents of the shipment included more than 160,000 rounds of rifle ammo.
Safariland Announces Reengineered Liberator Hearing Protection Line
Providing exceptional electronic hearing protection without the need to replace batteries, the Liberator HP-R is the only premium hearing protection to offer this state-of-the-art rechargeable system.
Portland-Area University Took Away Its Officers’ Guns in 2020, Now Reissuing Them
"Unfortunately, the environment around the PSU campus has changed since that time," the university's president Stephen Percy wrote in an announcement yesterday.
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CA Deputy Charged Over Unregistered AR-15 and Tracer Ammo
Prosecutors have charged the deputy with two felonies: possession of an assault weapon and possession of a destructive device.
Opinion: It’s Time for Congress to Clarify LEOSA
The Law Enforcement Officer Safety Reform Act (H.R. 354 ) would clarify the qualification requirements so that LEOSA-qualified officers aren’t forced, as they are in some states, to complete SWAT-level qualifications to carry in retirement.
Hawke Optics Announces Company’s First Fiber Optic Illuminated Riflescopes
The company’s new Vantage 30 WA FD IR models use fiber dot reticles. Hawke says the reticles are daylight bright, clean, crisp, with a red illuminated center dot.
Editorial: Killing America’s Gun Industry
The plaintiffs’ attorneys found a new angle of attack. They went after the company over how it marketed the Bushmaster AR that was used by the killer. They claimed the marketing was crafted to appeal to young men and glorified its capability for violence. The Connecticut Supreme Court bought that argument and ruled 4-3 in 2019 that the plaintiffs could sue
NC Agencies Running Out of Space to Store Guns That Can’t be Destroyed
A 2013 North Carolina law prohibits law enforcement agencies from destroying firearms taken from criminals or recovered at crime scenes. And the state’s largest municipal law enforcement agencies are running out of storage for guns they don’t want to sell.
High Speed Gear Releases Holsters and Mag Pouches for FN 509 Pistol
High Speed Gear has created a variety of holsters to support FN’s 509 pistols, including the 509 tactical, 509 compact, 509 MRD. In addition the company is producing pouches for FN 509 magazines in 10-round, 12-round, 15-round, 17-round, and 24-round sizes.
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