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Does the LEOSA Carry Law Apply to You?

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In law enforcement, a lot of the recent scuttlebutt focuses on off-duty and retired officer carry laws, covering what you can and cannot do under the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA).

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SHOT Show 2014: Original S.W.A.T. Debuts “Next-Gen” Duty Boot

Original S.W.A.T.'s new H.A.W.K. boot features a multi-element support system called Flex-Lite....

The Stockton, Calif.-based company’s new H.A.W.K. (High Agility Weight Kinetics) boots feature a new support system called Flex-Lite. Original S.W.A.T. sales rep Jason Riepert says Flex-Lite is a multi-layered support system that’s not based on an athletic shoe last like many contemporary boots.

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SHOT Show 2014: Are You Ready for Ballistic Underwear?

U.S. Armor's new Armour Wear protects the genitals and femoral arteries of the wearer with armor...

The underwear from U.S. Armor protects both the entire pelvic area as well as the wearer’s femoral arteries. It is made of NIJ-certified ballistic armor packages and sewn in multiple panels for breathability and heat dissipation. The moisture-wicking material features anti-odor technology.

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SHOT Show 2014: Remington Launches Concealed Carry Ammo Line

Remington’s solution to the problem has been to engineer a bullet that will expand properly at lower velocities. The bullets used in the new Compact Handgun ammo have spiral nose cuts as well as a softer lead core to make them expand faster from a compact or subcompact handgun.

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TASER Awarded Permanent Injunction and Judgment Against Karbon Arms for Patent Infringement

TASER International today announced that the United States District Court for the District of Delaware entered a final judgment on January 10, 2014 in the patent infringement litigation entitled TASER International v. Karbon Arms, LLC awarding TASER a permanent injunction. The Court's final judgment decreed that Karbon Arms' MPID and MPID-C conducted electrical weapons infringe TASER's U.S. Patent Numbers 6,999,295; 7,782,592 and 7,800,885.