Mar/Apr 2014 Issue of the Police Marksmans Now Available Online
The Mar/Apr 2014 issue of The Police Marksman is now available online at www.policemarksman.com from Hendon Media Group.
This issue’s “Bullseye” focuses on off-duty concealed carry with reviews of S&W’s 9mm Shield pistol and the DoubleTap .45 Tactical Pocket Pistol. Off-duty holsters are also covered, comparing classic old styles and methods with today’s cutting edge designs.
George T. Williams explains why police officers need to think like a criminal when involved in an off-duty incident. The explanation can keep police officers alive with tips that cops often do not realize until it’s too late.
This month’s Course of Fire is a real world, 50 round qualification style shoot for off-duty practice.
This month’s online issue of The Police Marksman also “Sights In On” quality training, including the use of Simuntions® and Sara Ahrens’ ideas on utilizing paper targets for the most training bang for your department’s limited buck.
Brian McKenna’s “Officer Down” column showcases why a tactical withdrawal may be your best option for escaping a threat and may also offer a tactical advantage.
The Police Marksman continues its mission of being “by cops, for cops” and helping to keep officers safe with information they can really use.