SA80 is the designation for a revolutionary family of assault weapons and, on its introduction, it proved so accurate that the British Army’s marksmanship tests had to be redesigned. Originally developed by the Royal Small Arms Factory in Enfield. SA80 A2 Variant SA80 A2 comprises the: Individual Weapon (IW); and Light Support Weapon (LSW): It… Read More
Research Paper Title Firearm Ownership and Capability for Suicide in Post-Deployment National Guard Service Members. Background National Guard service members demonstrate increased suicide risk relative to the civilian population. One potential mechanism for this increased risk may be familiarity with and access to firearms following deployment. This study examined the association between firearm ownership, reasons… Read More
Normal Safety Precautions (NSPs) are a set of drills used to take a weapon system from an unknown or unsafe state to a known safe state, for example by removing any rounds contained within the weapon.