People who don’t understand police use of force, and people who are sympathetic to the wanna be terrorist and bona fide criminal are upset that Boston PD shot this guy instead of capturing him.
On June 2, anti-gun groups will once again attempt a divide-and-conquer campaign aimed at dividing hunters (i.e. “good gun owners”) from the rest of us 2nd amendment supporters. Here’s the message I think we “evil gun owners” must send them.
In trying to market a less lethal tool to cops, I think the company is going about it the wrong way. That doesn’t mean the this device isn’t worth a closer look… but maybe a look is all it’s worth.
In the past 14 years, police have used flashbangs to either seriously injure, maim or kill people – including the officers themselves in some cases – during raids, according to an investigation conducted by ProPublica and the Atlantic published Monday.
My list will take a miracle to fill, and it may affect other people’s wish list, but it’d be worth it.
Micah Kaminski discusses shooting the ashes of his father, Francis Henry “Hank” Kaminski Jr., out of a cannon at the Knob Creek Range.
A volatile situation ended without bloodshed when officers in upstate New York showed restraint after an armed, suicidal man threatened them Sunday morning.
Two photographers, including one working for The Associated Press, were struck by rubber-coated bullets fired at close range by an Israeli border policeman on Sunday. An Israeli police spokesman says it’s unclear why the officer fired.
Safariland Training Group started its training conference in Reno, Nevada, on Tuesday and Guns.com was there for the action.
A group representing 1600 SWAT teams is scrambling to keep a Defense Department surplus gear program intact.