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Tag Archives: weapons
“Rosoboronexport, a member of Rostec, is gearing up to push to the world arms market advanced individual combat systems and future small arms,” Director General Alexander Mikheev of Rosoboronexport commented on the decision reached by the Army Equipment section of … Continue reading
This year’s Shot Show, we had the opportunity to get our hands on Silencerco’s Weapons Research Radius, a rail-mounted laser range finder. Besides being the first rail mounted commercial grade laser, the Radius has been designed as an extension of … Continue reading
OTIS Technology Awarded A Three Year Contract To Deliver Its Weapon Cleaning Technology To The U.S. Army.
Our congratulations extends out to OTIS Technology on being selected to supply the U.S. Army with weapon cleaning solutions for three years. The new contract replaces the Individual Weapons Cleaning Kit (IWCK) with one that addresses the need for both … Continue reading
Long a favorite of Hollywood screen writers and movie makers is the energy weapon. These devices, referred to in the trade as EMPs or Electromagnetic Pulse weapons, are much closer to production than you think. All of the major economies … Continue reading
Law enforcement officials in 34 jurisdictions report that the majority of gang-related crime is committed with firearms.
Over 60% of all gun violence is directly attributable to gangs and gang related enterprise such as drug smuggling and distribution. Please read this. Now that you’ve read it, do you honestly believe that magazine restrictions and a weapon’s … Continue reading
Proposal and bid samples from participants are due by 27 September 2011. The source selection process for award will consist of two evaluation phases ending with an Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract award to up to three contractors followed … Continue reading