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A nationwide ammunition shortage has prompted many California police departments to find alternatives to using live firearms in training exercises, CBS San Francisco reports. Everybody is fighting for what is seems like a shrinking amount of
A nationwide shortage of ammunition has forced several police departments, including Richmond, to find a backup solution for training rounds. Officers said the solution is just as effective as live ammo, not to mention cheaper. ';Everybody is
30 p.m., three shots were fired on Jl...Made Darta, a taxi driver for Komotra taxi company, was eating dinner at a food stall near his parked vehicle on Jl...As Darta turned his head to see what was going on, he saw two Caucasian males ride down the
Airsoft is a game that has been continued to be played in many parts of the world over many decades. Though it originated somewhere in Eastern Asia, Airsoft gained mass acceptance after airguns were invented specifically for the sport.
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Police officials are bringing some Christmas spirit to a recent robbery victim on Tuesday, providing her with a new phone to replace one stolen during an attack. The Laguna Beach Police Employee Association teamed up with the non-profit Crime
John Rouw, head of Perbakin's local chapter, said that the association and the police had only issued permits for several dozen airsoft guns, while other airsoft guns in Papua had been registered in other provinces. It is illegal to keep an airsoft
The report, released today by the 17th Judicial District Critical Incident Team, reveals for the first time that Miller fired his pellet gun at one of the officers, although it is unclear whether Miller shot first or simultaneously with police. The
Paul Vigo's brother Moses Vigo, 18, was also in one of the cars, but is not a CU football player. No arrests were made nor any tickets given, but Boulder police, according to the report, planned to raise concerns with CU's Athletic Department about
An ordinance that would allow the outdoor firing of BB guns, air guns, slings and arrows under some circumstances was placed on first reading June 18 by City Council. Now, city code prohibits the use such devices, at least outside. However,