Another liability issue for police riflemen is the rotation of rifles among officers, which can cause doubts about the weapon's current zero, its condition, and how reliably it will place a bullet exactly where intended.
Some small law enforcement agencies have anempted to economize by having officers share one or two sniper rifles, which is distinct from the military practice of rotating weapons between spotter and sniper. In the military, one man uses the sniper rifle while his partner has an assault rifle, which they swap when rotating duties.
Neither of these circumstances—sharing a rifle or rotating one—is suitable for the life-and-death
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