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MAR 2019

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POLICEMAG.COM 27 er, and a Magpul CTR stock. SIG Sauer (www.sigsauer.com) showed its P365 pistol. e P365 is a 9mm micro-compact pistol with a 3.1-inch barrel. It features a high-capacity, patented modified double-stack mag- azine for 10+1 capacity. Smith & Wesson (www.smith-wesson.com) showed its M&P Shield M2.0 line of concealed carry pistols. e 9mm compacts are available in a variety of configurations, including red or green laser sight models. Springfield Armory (www.springfield-armory.com) an- nounced the 911 pistol. e 911 is a micro-compact .380 or 9mm pistol that shares much of its form factor with the 1911. Spring- field's 911 Alpha (.380) weighs 12.6 ounces and is 5.5 inches long. Yankee Hill Machine Co. (www.yhm.net) entered the bolt-action market with its MARC Chassis. e MARC is con- structed of 6061-T6 aluminum with a type III class 2 hardcoat anodize, making it lightweight. e chassis is compatible with Remington and Savage platforms in both short action and long action setups. FLASHLIGHTS ASP (www.asp-usa.com) showed its Sentinel e3 and Sentinel X e3 triple fuel lights. e lights ship with a 16340 rechargeable lithium ion battery, but can run on a CR123A disposable bat- tery or a AA battery. ey can produce 400 lumens of output on the rechargeable battery, less with AA battery. First Light (www.firstLight-USA.com) brought its Toma- hawk NV. Constructed specifically for operators with night vision requirements, the Tomahawk NV fulfills a number of company is making a different kind of long gun for 2019. e new Delta 5 is a bolt-action rifle that features the mod- ularity of the company's ARs. Daniel Defense says the Delta 5 is available in a variety of interchangeable barrel lengths for different calibers: 20 inches for .308 Winchester, 24 inches for 6.5 Creedmoor, and 24 inches for 7mm-08 Remington. FN America (www.fnamerica.com) released the FN 509 MRD pistol, an optics-ready duty pistol. e company says the new FN 509 MRD was designed specifically for agencies considering miniature red dot optic-equipped pistols for their officers. e FN 509 MRD pistol features the company's pat- ent-pending FN Low-Profile Optics-Mounting System. e op- tics-mounting system can accept more than 10 commercially available miniature red dot optics. Glock (www.glock.com) showed its new slimline pistols G43X and the G48. e 9mm pistols feature a compact Slimline frame for concealed carry. Both have a fuller-size grip length with a minimal profile of approximately 1 inch. e slide for the G43X is the same sub-compact length as the G43 (6.06 inches) while the G48 has a compact length (6.85 inches). KelTec (www.keltecweapons.com) launched the KS7 shot- gun. A smaller version of the company's KSG bullpup shotgun, the KS7 is a 12-gauge pump-action shotgun that holds seven 2.75-inch or six 3-inch shells. Mossberg (www.mossberg.com) surprised a lot of people at this year's SHOT by releasing a handgun. e company that is synonymous with shotguns released its first pistol since 1919. Mossberg's new MC1sc is a 9mm subcompact that weighs 19 ounces and has a barrel length of 3.4 inches. Rise Armament (www.risearmament.com) brought its Watchman Rifle to SHOT. e Watchman is a flat top AR devel- oped with input from officers, and it is available in .223 Wylde and .300 Blackout. Features include a match-grade stainless steel barrel, black nitride-treated bolt carrier that the company says is easy to clean, a tactical 4.5-pound trigger, Rise flash hid- EAR PHONE CONNECTION FN AMERICA FIRST TACTICAL GLOCK

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