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New Products That Caught the Eyes of The GWLE Editors For Dec/Jan 2015

New Products That Caught the Eyes of The GWLE Editors For Dec/Jan 2015

From holsters to optics, these six new products really caught the eyes of the editors of the Dec/Jan issue of Guns and Weapons for Law Enforcement.

Law enforcement officers need the fastest, most reliable products out in the field. The editors of GUNS & WEAPONS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT have gone ahead and picked out six new products every LEO should check out.

Scroll through the new products below and find the best ways to be prepared in the field.


gwle dec 2014 BlackHawk EPOCH Holster

BlackHawk EPOCH Holster

The EPOCH Holster delivers three levels of weapon retention. The retention system engages the pistol’s ejection port and won’t let go until actuated by the single-phase, thumb-activated release. Upon release, the Pivot Guard remains open for one-handed holstering and prevents users from being locked out of the holster. This unique design accommodates popular under-barrel lights such as the TLR-1 and X300 for added versatility. The position of the Auto Lock thumb release and outboard index finder groove properly align the hand for a full master grip.

For more information, visit or call 800-379-1732.


Christensen Arms TFM

gwle dec 2014 Christnesen Arms TFM

Christensen Arms TFM

The Tactical Force Multiplier (TFM) rifle was named for the combination of attributes that make it more effective and accurate than others of its kind. It defies traditional tactical rifles by providing the accuracy you need while weighing half of what you’re used to carrying. The TFM is available in several chamberings, including .223, .308, .300 Win Mag and .338 Lapua. The .223 and .308 models come with 24-inch barrels and weigh 8 pounds unloaded, while the .300 Win Mag and .338 Lapua models feature 26-inch bull barrels. All TFM rifles come with Timney triggers and 0.5-MOA accuracy guarantees.

For more information, visit or call 888-517-8855.

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