Bad news for the law enforcement community. My Airsoft contact, Bill Mathes from 21st Tactical informs me that all of the Airsoft dealers have received litigation pending letters from Glock, Inc causing them to cease and desist in the selling of Glock patterned Airsoft weapons. As a result, there will be no more Glock versions of the Airsoft pistols coming into the country. Rumors have it that other firearm manufacturers are following suit. This is a dark day for law enforcement training. When effective training tools are denied to those who need the training, society falls into greater peril. While I can understand Glock's business reasons for this, simply stopping the importation of these excellent training devices further taxes thinly stretched law enforcement training budgets. Hey Glock ... if you're listening. How about offering solutions instead of problems. And I implore you to not take the SigArms approach of simply taking an existing model of an Airsoft gun, stamping SigArms markings on it and doubling the price to law enforcement. Shame on Sig as well.
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