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USB Triad Flashlight from ASP

Posted on 24 July 2014

Most people in today’s tech savvy world think of a computer port when they think of USB’s. It means the same thing in relation to the ASP Triad. No, the Triad does not have a built in flash drive. Instead, like your phone and MP3 player, one way you can charge the Triad is by plugging it in to your computers USB port.

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Glock Model 22 2nd Gen.40S&W Caliber Pistol

Posted on 24 July 2014

While I was at the range with this 2nd gen gun I had a couple of other shooters there who had 3rd gen guns. When they asked which generation of Glock I prefered I had to tell them that I really do like the 2nd gen better.

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Solutions to Three Problems from Under Armour

Posted on 23 July 2014

Under Armour has been pushing fabric technology for some time now, and the UA innovations have implications for law enforcement like they do for any other outdoors activity. Here let’s take a look at three problems that Under Armour has solved for us, one through design and two with innovative fabric technologies.

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ALTAI gear MF Tactical Boots: Review

Posted on 23 July 2014

Most of my wear testing was done in areas common to law enforcement work: streets, sidewalks, inside buildings, and sometimes in grassy areas. It occurred to me that while such wear testing would be adequate, it wasn’t really telling about the durability or full functionality of the boots.

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KonusPro-550 Rifle Scope

Posted on 23 July 2014

Then, having fired a total of three rounds per target in this fashion, we went back out to take a look. Although one group was centered 1.5” off the center of the target (400 yard line target), all of the groups were still less than 1 MOA and within that 1.5” of center.

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BLACKHAWK!’s Razorback TROCAR

Posted on 23 July 2014

Originally designed by Massad Ayoob for Masters of Defense knives back in the late ’90s, the Razorback fixed blade was meant to be the perfect blend of utility mixed with close-quarters emergency-use combat effectiveness (it cut good up close).

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GSG MP22 from ATI

Posted on 23 July 2014

That recognition though – the popularity of the MP5 – is one of the things that makes the GSG MP-22 such a desired weapon. Being chambered in the cost-effective .22lr makes it all the more desirable.

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Browning’s Classic High Power 9mm Pistol

Posted on 23 July 2014

Once all design modifications, changes, upgrades, etc had been complete, the Browning-Saive “Grand Rendement” (High Yield in French; France originally commissioned it) was adopted in 1935 by Belgium’s military.

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A Tale of Six .45s

Posted on 23 July 2014

Given that the Government Model 1911 .45ACP pistol celebrated its 100th birthday on March 29th last year I found myself looking back across my “firearms career” at the .45s I’ve owned or experienced.

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Water Work (& Play) Knives

Posted on 23 July 2014

This week we’re going to take a look at a collection of different knives. An overview, if you will, of knives that either are made specifically for work in or around water, OR knives that will fit the bill and not suffer too greatly from the environment while getting the job done.

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