Smith & Wesson M&P 40

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Like many other gun manufacturers in the modern world, Smith & Wesson have specifically designed their new gun for law enforcement. The M&P, which stands for Military & Police, is a redesigned version of the unsuccessful Sigma. The ergonomics have been revitalised to allow for a more comfortable grip, and the trigger has been updated - the new mechanism is so safe that even if the trigger is dropped, the gun will not fire. Over 250 American police departments rely on the Smith & Wesson M&P, but gun collectors are also growing to love the new pistol. The .40 S&W cartridge is perfect for this gun, although other options are available.
Smith & Wesson M&P 40

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40 S&W

Now, this is one fascinating cartridge..... it's only been around since 1990, a mere babe in comparison to most other cartridges but already it's sewn up most of the law enforcement market in the US, and when you look at the history behind it, it's hardly surprising. Turn the clock back to April 11, 1986, and the seeds for the 40's inception were sown: two hunted bank robbers are spotted by FBI agents, chased and a firefight ensues. With plenty of firepower and military training at their disposal, the felons...

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Law & Order

All modern police forces need high-quality, effective and reliable firearms to deal with various situations, ranging from arresting a suspect to controlling a terrorist. In the UK police hardly ever carry firearms, whereas in America they are virtually essential. The Glock 22, for example, is often seen as a perfectly-adapted weapon for law enforcment, as is the SIG Sauer P220 - they're lightweight, trusty and easy to conceal. Since 9/11, the threat from terrorists has grown around the world, and more firepower is required to prepare for the possibilities of...

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