When it comes to firearm selection, Brazilian law enforcement agencies have historically been relegated to local gun makers like IMBEL and Taurus, but that appears to be changing. Recently, the country’s Departamento de Polícia Federal (Federal Police Department) and the Polícia Rodoviaria Federal (Federal Highway Police) received firearms from foreign manufacturers. A couple of months ago, the São Paulo Military Police selected the Glock 22 as its new duty gun. Now, the PPCE (Polícia Civil do Estado do Ceará, or Ceará State Civil Police) is following suit with a new shipment of guns sourced from beyond Brazil’s borders.
Brazilian Army Orders 4,000 Additional IMBEL IA2 Assault Rifles
Radical Firearms RF-15 & Other Weapons
A press release reveals that the PPCE has received a batch of 150 Radical Firearms RF-15 rifles. In addition, the agency has received an unknown number of Sig Sauer P320 pistols, as well as five Armalite AR-10 SuperSASS rifles.
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Source:: Tactical Life