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DoorStorm Breaching Tools

By TR Staff

With DoorStorm’s products, tac teams can really make an entrance.

(This article was originally published in Tactical Response Mar/Apr 2011)
 

The Latest in Ballistic Shields

 

Ballistic shields and portable bunkers offer the first responder an effective tool for incidents where a rapid response is necessary or when a building or area has to be cleared. Here are a dozen different shields and bunkers of various sizes and threat levels.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Dec 2013)
 

Gerber Gear Ding Dong Breaching Tool

By Tactical Response Staff

The Gerber Ding Dong is a step closer to that elusive goal of just one entry tool for patrol. If patrol officers cannot make entry into the building with the Ding Dong, the specialized tools used by SWAT may be required. The Ding Dong is that good.

(This article was originally published in Tactical Response May/Jun 2014)
 

Friction Force Training Door

By Tactical Response Staff

The Friction Force Training Door uses an adjustable, angled steel cam in the doorframe wedged on top of a steel friction bar in the door. The amount of friction is adjustable to mimic anything from weak wooden doors to the strongest security door. It is specifically designed to be breached by rams and Halligan Tools.

(This article was originally published in Tactical Response May/Jun 2014)
 

2013 International Breachers Symposium

By Ron Yanor

The Breachers Symposium has grown into a major law enforcement conference complete with educational sessions, vendor exhibits, hands-on on training, and networking. It is a must-attend for at least one member of every entry team.

(This article was originally published in Tactical Response May/Jun 2014)
 

Warrant Service Tactics Course

By Ron Yanor

With current budget restraints, certain operations that were traditionally handled by a SWAT team, such as a low-level drug warrant or apprehending a fugitive, may now have to done without SWAT or with only a few members of the tactical team. This sort of training bridges that gap.

(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jun 2014)
 
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