NATIONAL MAGAZINE WV Natural Resource Police Featured In National Magazine
Reported by: Teresa Higginbotham
Web Producer: Teresa Higginbotham
Reported: Feb. 1, 2012 4:33 PM EST
Updated: Feb. 2, 2012 12:24 PM EST
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, Kanawha County
, West Virginia
The oldest law enforcement agency in the state is featured in a national magazine.
The 2012 Glock Auto Pistol magazine featured the West Virginia Natural Resource Police Officers.
The magazine featured the new weapon that they carry, a Glock 21 SF.
The officers tend to work in remote areas with no backup in sight need a reliable weapon.
Officer J.E. Fayak, says, "Knowing every time we squeeze the trigger, that gun is going to go off, knowing that if we drop the gun, it won't go off and knowing if you get a little dirt in it or mud in it it's going to go off when we need it too."
The officers, who qualify with their weapons four times a year, say have seen a marked improvement in their shooting scores.
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