This issue’s “Bullseye” focuses on long guns with reviews of three AR style rifles. First up is the Mossberg MMR, an inexpensive carbine that eliminated some standard features to keep the price down.
Next is the MGI Hydra, an amazing multi-caliber, quick-change AR rifle that can be tailored to any police assignment.
Last, Ruger’s SR-762 ups the ante with a .308 caliber semi-automatic that turned in sub-MOA accuracy and 100% reliability.
Warren Wilson also details the steps required to build your own duty AR while saving money at the same time.
“Sighting In On” magnified optics reviews the Traditions Tactical Scope, a quality police optic from a source you may not expect.
“Forefront” features George T. Williams’ article, “Expecting THE Fight” which comes at an appropriate time in light of recent news in Missouri. Duane Wolfe also explains the “Rules of a Fight” and why police officers must follow them.
This issue’s Course of Fire helps train officers for one-hand shooting.
Brian McKenna teams up with Ken Hardesty with an Officer Down column and sidebar about shooting through a squad car’s windshield.
The Police Marksman continues its mission of being “by cops, for cops” and helping to keep officers safe with information they can really use.