EOTech has renewed its financial support of the Spirit of Blue Foundation, a non-profit organization that works to grant safety equipment for law enforcement agencies.
Details from past law-enforcement shootings can teach valuable lessons to the armed civilian.
Law enforcement officials are warning recipients of text messages that claim their concealed carry permit is ready for pickup or that provides a URL for renewal—or any variation of the CCW theme—should delete the message immediately and not click on provided links.
The Springfield (MA) Police Department—which dates back to the city’s founding in 1636—has selected the Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 as its official duty pistol.
The Glendale Heights Police Department, which serves and protects roughly 34,000 people in that western suburb of Chicago, has adopted the Beretta APX as its new duty pistol.
The manufacturer of the Slide Spider, ArachniGRIP, is helping support law enforcement personnel by donating a portion of each sale of the company’s new Thin Blue Line Slide Spider to charity.
Walther has secured contracts to provide Walther PPQ M2 9 mm pistols to a pair of law enforcement departments—Florida’s Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and Pennsylvania’s York County Sheriff’s Office.