Crimson Trace Tactical Laser Sight

November 14, 2011

When you use a handgun for law enforcement, home protection, or self-defense, your degree of accuracy with the weapon can mean the difference between life and death. Unfortunately, a lot of the techniques you learned on the range or in training drills go right out the window when you come face-to-face with a hostile suspect […]

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Under Armour Tactical Mirage Shoes

November 7, 2011

Footwear is a very important component of a law enforcement officer’s standard police equipment, but is something that gets overlooked more often than not. This is understandable, as most officers would rather concern themselves with ensuring that their duty weapon, holster, and bulletproof vest are up to par than worry about what they put on […]

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The 511 Tactical Law Enforcement Vest

October 24, 2011

If any group besides the Boy Scouts can appreciate the motto “Be Prepared,” it’s law enforcement personnel. Preparation can—and often does—make the difference between life and death in a significant number of the situations officers and agents routinely face. So whether you’re out on duty or just at home with your family, it’s critical to […]

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Reviewing The Leatherman Super Tool 300 MultiTool

October 17, 2011

Although weapons and restraints are the primary components of your police equipment, there are a number of other gadgets you should carry to help deal with the different problems you might run into during your shift. For example, keeping a compact multi-tool on your belt or in your duty gear bag ensures that you’ll always […]

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OTIS Technology Pistol Gun Cleaning System

October 10, 2011

As a law enforcement officer, one of your regular responsibilities is to maintain all of your police equipment in top condition so that each item performs reliably when needed. This of course includes your service gun, which should be cleaned after every trip to the range or after being discharged while on the job. That’s […]

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Facts About OC Spray

October 3, 2011

One of the most effective non-lethal self-defense tools you can carry while on or off duty is OC spray. Also known as pepper spray, the active ingredient in this product is a nontoxic chemical called Oleoresin Capsicum. It is derived from hot pepper plants, and is blended with water, oil, propellants, and other compounds before […]

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Exploring the Various Types of Holster Options

September 26, 2011

If you’re a law enforcement officer, then deadly situations are a routine part of the job. When you come face-to-face with a suspect intent on doing you harm, it’s imperative that you have fast, unhindered access to your service weapon so you can defend yourself and gain control of the situation as quickly as possible. […]

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Types And Techniques of Expandable Batons

September 19, 2011

Most law enforcement personnel will tell you that they spend the bulk of their training time at the shooting range perfecting their technique with firearms. That’s understandable, given the type of life and death situations that might require them to draw their gun during a shift. But the very best patrol officers are the ones […]

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Weaponlight vs. Handheld Lights

September 12, 2011

One longstanding debate among law enforcement officers is whether it is better to use a weaponlight or a handheld light. Unless your department or agency issues a weaponlight with your tactical gear and has strict guidelines regarding its usage, you will likely be able to make your choice based on personal preference. Since the light […]

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Using Airsoft Guns for Training

September 7, 2011

Realistic training scenarios are a key element in helping law enforcement officers and military personnel keep their skills sharp even if they’re not seeing much action on the job. Specifically, force-on-force is the most effective training method because it allows participants to suit up in full tactical gear and take “enemy” fire during all drills […]

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