Category Archives: Weapons-Lockers

Zenith Quest Corporation and Shot Spot Announce Zenith Hero Program

Zenith Quest Corporation, through its subsidiary Zenith Firearms, working in partnership with Shot Spot LLC of Carrolton, GA, has announced the release of the nationwide Zenith Hero Program. This program enables military, law enforcement, corrections, firefighting, and EMS professionals to make non-departmental purchases of Zenith Firearm products at substantial discounts. Shot Spot manages this program,

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USS John S. McCain Collides with Merchant Ship

The guided-missile destroyer USS John S. McCain (DDG 56) has arrived at Changi Naval Base following a collision with the merchant vessel Alnic MC while underway east of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore on Aug. 21. The collision was reported at 6:24 a.m. Japan Standard Time. Significant damage to the hull resulted in flooding

US Navy Completes First LRASM Free Flight from B-1B Lancer

The U.S. Navy and Lockheed Martin conducted the first free flight launch of the Long Range Anti-Ship Missile (LRASM) from a B-1B Lancer Aug.16 over Point Mugu Sea Range in California. This event marked the first end-to-end functionality test of LRASM, and proved the weapon’s ability to identify and prosecute a moving target at sea.

NSSF, SAAMI File Briefs in California Supreme Court in Ongoing Microstamping Lawsuit

Back to News August 21, 2017 NSSF, SAAMI File Briefs in California Supreme Court in Ongoing Microstamping Lawsuit By NSSF News NSSF and SAAMI filed a brief in the California Supreme Court in the ongoing microstamping suit against the State of California. In December 2016, the Court of Appeals found that NSSF and SAAMI had the

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Helicopter in Fatal VA Police Crash Had Past Engine Problems

Lt. H. Jay Cullen and Trooper Berke Bates (Photo: Virginia State Police) The police helicopter involved in a crash that killed two troopers near the chaotic events of Charlottesville, VA, over the weekend had previous mechanical problems that led to an extremely hard landing seven years ago, according to records from the National Transportation Safety

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