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Israel to boost missile defense spending by NIS 30 billion over next 10 years
Weapons manufacturer report says it won't sell its guns to active war zones.
A study by retail information company RIS showed significant drops in certain retail outlets in October, particularly in Jerusalem.
Defense company declines to comment whether Spike has been purchased.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Weapons amnesty leads civilians to hand over arsenal of arms, IDF officer tells Post.
Likud MK Ohana says giving more trained Israelis guns would be a “force multiplier” for IDF and police, while MK Zandberg worries that once more guns are out there “we don’t know where they’ll go."
By LAHAV HARKOV
MPR 1000 and 2000 bombs undergoing trials, can pierce through reinforced concrete to target terrorist bunkers.
‘Vedomosti’ newspaper says Russian Defense Ministry bought 10 IAI-made Searcher drones.
Israel requested a possible sale of Joint Direct Attack Munitions to convert "dumb bombs" and make them precision guided weapons.
The soldier both stole and sold the explosives, and had recently been discharged by the IDF for unspecified reasons.
By BEN HARTMAN
IMI's Guided Mortar Munition can be guided by laser or GPS systems, has a range of 8 kilometers.
ACRI says black foam-tipped bullets were used by police in September, even though guidelines on their use were only published by the Police in January.
Public Security Ministry not in line with recent calls by officials to increase regulation and reduce the number of guns on the street.
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