Law Enforcement Technology

JUN 2019

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KelTec ™ Makes SWAT And Officer Training More Competitive, Affordable And A Whole Lot More Fun. KelTec innovation and performance have long provided newer, better, safer ways to protect and serve those whose job is to protect and serve our communities. Now, their new CP33™ Competition Pistol is making training more competitive, more a•ordable and a whole lot more fun. Designed as an accurate, easy-to-handle competition pistol, the new KelTec™ CP33™ .22LR Pistol is rapidly proving itself to be a fun, ideal training pistol, as well. It's adjustable ƒber optic sights with a long sight radius and 5.5" threaded barrel are just a few CP33 qualities that help shooters hit long-range bullseyes, shot a‡er shot. It's smooth, single-action, 4-pound trigger pull and light recoil contribute mightily to accuracy, as well. ‰e KelTec CP33 not only helps build shooter conƒdence, but makes it easier for bullseye history to repeat itself, at long or short distances, all day long. ‰e CP33 Competition Pistol is also equipped with an M-LOK slot on the dust cover for mounting a quality light and a Picatinny style rail from sight to sight for mounting optics. Because it also features an ambidextrous operating handle, magazine catch and safety, le‡ies don't lose out at all. In addition to all of those features, it comes out of the box with two 33-round magazines, allowing SWAT team members and o•cers extended range time and fun. Chambered for a•ordable .22lr ammunition, the CP33 Competition Pistol also makes training and range time less expensive than purchasing "duty caliber" ammo. So what else could possibly make training and range time more fun? Easy maintenance and cleaning between training sessions. Make your training regimen a•ordable, fun and productive. Pick up the new CP33 Competition Pistol at a KelTec H.A.L.O. dealer near you.

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