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JAN 2019

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38 POLICE JANUARY 2019 TARGETS AND RANGE SYSTEMS 2019 MT2 FIRING RANGE SERVICES FIRING RANGE FILTER TREATMENT Improperly managed range waste such as filters, debris, soil, or other backstop material like rubber, along with incorrectly collected, containerized, and stored lead bul- lets or shot can trigger US EPA RCRA hazardous waste re- quirements and obligations for a range. MT2 Firing Range Services' patent-pending Firing Range Filter Treatment Technology is designed to provide a low-cost solution for range owners. According to the company, the technology is proven to properly treat all range wastes including the wide variety of air filters, at a 50% cost savings. MT2 offers com- prehensive health and safety plans, along with a detailed waste-management plan to ensure both protection and compliance are maintained. https://mt2.com/firing-range-filter-treatment T4E T4E WALTHER PPQ M2 LE e T4E Walther PPQ M2 LE is a .43 caliber handgun that shoots three types of less-than-lethal ammunition: rub- berballs, paintballs, and powderballs; making it the per- fect training platform for law enforcement officers. e T4E Walther PPQ M2 LE replicates the function of a fire- arm with its realistic blowback system, a metal barrel and slide with polymer grip, an adjustable rear sight, push but- ton magazine release, and a Picatinny accessory rail. e 8-round drop free magazine doubles as the platform's CO2 compartment, creating a full-size magazine for a quick and easy reload during active training sessions. e T4E Wal- ther PPQ M2 LE is offered in three different colors: blue, tan, and black. http://www.t4eguns.com

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