This issue’s “Bullseye” focuses on off-duty concealed carry with reviews of S&W’s 9mm Shield pistol and the DoubleTap .45 Tactical Pocket Pistol. Off-duty holsters are also covered, comparing classic old styles and methods with today’s cutting edge designs.
George T. Williams explains why police officers need to think like a criminal when involved in an off-duty incident. The explanation can keep police officers alive with tips that cops often do not realize until it’s too late.
This month’s Course of Fire is a real world, 50 round qualification style shoot for off-duty practice.
This month’s online issue of The Police Marksman also “Sights In On” quality training, including the use of Simuntions and Sara Ahrens’ ideas on utilizing paper targets for the most training bang for your department’s limited buck.
Brian McKenna’s “Officer Down” column showcases why a tactical withdrawal may be your best option for escaping a threat and may also offer a tactical advantage.
The Police Marksman continues its mission of being “by cops, for cops” and helping to keep officers safe with information they can really use.
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