B&T Provides Miami Beach Police Department with APC9K PRO Models

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B&T Provides Miami Beach Police Department with APC9K PRO Models
B&T Provides Miami Beach Police Department with APC9K PRO Models

U.S.A.-(Ammoland.com)- B&T, Inc. is proud to announce the City of Miami Beach Police Department has purchased B&T APC9K PRO platforms equipped with SIG Sauer P320 magazine compatible lower receiver groups, B&T three-lug QD suppressors, and Aimpoint sighting systems. These ultra-compact weapon systems are destined for specialized service within the department, which serves a growing community of nearly 100,000 full-time residents, swelling to over 3 million during peak visitation. The City of Miami Beach joins a rapidly growing list of agencies choosing to rely on B&T products.

“B&T has a long history of supplying local, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies with top-tier products, and we are honored to provide Miami Beach Florida Police Department with B&T’s specialized equipment to help them with their challenging assignments,” stated Tim Nickler, President and CEO, B&T USA.

The City of Miami Beach Police Department is the first agency to purchase SIG Sauer P320 magazine compatible lower receiver groups for the APC9-series platform.


About City of Miami Police Department

The MBPD is a fully accredited law enforcement agency, dedicated to pursuing every opportunity and engaging all challenges as part of our organization’s on-going quest for excellence. With the continued growth in the popularity of Miami Beach, as a destination of choice for out of town and local visitors alike, the Police Department is tasked with balancing the needs of the residential population with the huge increase in the amount of visitors to the City.

About B&TB&T-Logo

B&T USA, is the Florida-based subsidiary of B&T AG SWITZERLAND (formerly known as Brügger and Thomet AG), which was founded in 1991 as a designer and manufacturer of the industry’s most advanced suppressors. Under the leadership of Karl Brügger, B&T has evolved into a world leader in the design, manufacture, and sale of the most technologically advanced, high performance weapons systems in the world. From the comprehensive APC (Advanced Police Carbine) line, recently adopted by the United States Army, to the new 9mm USW® (Universal Service Weapon) and USW conversion kits; B&T weapon systems are used globally by police, Special Forces, and elite military units. For more information on B&T USA, visit: www.bt-arms.com

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Ej harbet
Ej harbet
1 year ago

Well i know whos getting a oversize share of taxpayers dollars. Police weapons above the sidearm need to not be a overpriced pdw but something like a ar! Police do not defend from attacks they need to be offensive and overcome them.this gun is for noncombatants who cant be optimum with a pistol or carry and use a rifle because of their other duties

Sisu
Sisu
1 year ago

On the “one-hand”, I’d like to have one (or two). Yet, on the “other hand” I see no reason why a resort community would need these “special forces ‘type’ weapons” (or should I use “assault” ?) for what should be the police role of “protecting and serving the public”. Where are all those bullets from that “high capacity” magazine going to go ? No Doubt, through walls and “innocents” in their condos and residences, or perhaps school children (would Deputy Peterson have been more courageous ?). … Another reason for me to avoid Florida. … And, “Everytown …” and “Giffords”… Read more »

Vanns40
Vanns40
1 year ago
Reply to  Sisu

You’ve got a few things wrong here. 1. Why would the rounds from this firearm “go through walls and innocents” but not from their service handgun? Same caliber. 2. I’ve never seen anyone say “geez, I brought way too much ammo to that gunfight”. 3. If you read the story it states that these are designed for “specialized services within the department”, not the regular officer on patrol.