EnforceTac 2024 in Nuremberg: all information and new products from the trade fair for law enforcement and the military

This morning, Enforce Tac at NürnbergMesse opened its doors to all officially or professionally authorised visitors and some of the trade press. The trade fair for members of security agencies and the armed forces traditionally kicks off an entire week of industry trade fairs: IWA OutdoorClassics 2024 takes place directly afterwards. What is not traditional this year is the length of the trade fair. Instead of the usual two days, organiser Nürnberg Messe has opted for three days (here we provide you with all the important information about Enforce Tac). This leaves more time to discover all the new products, especially as Enforce Tac has been split into two separate halls, 7 and 7a, for the first time this year. And, of course, all4shooters.com will also be reporting for you from all three days of Enforce Tac 2024.

Bavaria's Minister President Joachim Herrmann also visited Enforce Tac on the opening day; on the one hand because he is also the head of the Bavarian police and security authorities, and on the other hand certainly also because the Enforce Tac Village training camp, which was set up for the first time in 2024, had already caused protests before the start of the trade fair. Minister President Herrmann expressed his support accordingly in the interview, "because the need for such international topics has grown even after the attack by Hamas".

The security checks at the entire Enforce Tac were stricter this year than in previous years anyway: visitors had to re-identify themselves with their access badge and ID card at almost every crossing. However, as a reader of all4shooters.com, you can still enter the exhibition halls without a ticket...

Video from Enforce Tac 2024: Haenel CR 308 HMR, a precision rifle with a side charging handle and a new match trigger

The Suhl-based manufacturer Haenel is presenting the new AR-10-based Haenel CR 308 HMR precision self-loading rifle, with a fully adjustable stock without tools, a left-handed charging handle (instead of the classic AR-15 charging handle) and also a newly developed match trigger, which will generally replace the previous Haenel match trigger. The abbreviation HMR stands for "Haenel Marksman Rifle". The semi-automatic rifle is, so to speak, an addition to the already successfully established CR 308 series from Haenel, as Key Account Manager Felix Kühnert explains. The HMR is intended to close the gap between the DMR class ("Designated Marksman Rifle") and the more specialised sniper rifles. The left-sided charging handle also allows the installation of a longer cheek piece because it does not retract as far as a standard AR-15 charging handle when operated. According to the manufacturer, left-handed shooters also have no problems with the single-sided handle. All other controls are ambidextrous. The cold-hammer forged barrel from in-house production is said to be able to withstand more than 8,000 rounds with good care. Information can be found on the Haenel website for security weapons.

Video from Enforce Tac 2024: Arex Blue Guns at Waimex – Training guns for law enforcement and the military

Waimex has a new sales partner: the Slovenian manufacturer Arex. The Enforce Tac 2024 for law enforcement is accompanied by a catalog of so-called "blue guns". These blue guns are specially designed for official training scenarios and fire marking ammunition. To be able to distinguish them immediately and reliably from standard ammunition firearms, they are completely blue in colour. Arex also offers matching ammunition for this programme via Waimex. For example, the "MT-X" series, which stands for "Marker Training Cartridges". Arex also offers a "Less-Lethal" ammunition series with the NL-X series. There are  other accessories for the blue guns from Arex too. Waimex has also announced further new products for the IWA Outdoor Classics, which will be aimed at the civilian sporting market. We will keep you up to date!

Enforce TAC 2024: Beretta Defence Technology: the NARP assault rifle

Luca Munaretto of Beretta Defence Technology with the NARP assault rifle.

The acronym NARP stands for New Assault Rifle Platform. From Beretta Defence Technology, it is a project still in the definition phase: a new assault rifle with a light alloy frame, which only in appearance is derived from the archetypal AR-15. It is in fact a multi-caliber, multi-function weapon system in which several patents of the Italian company are implemented.

Enforce TAC 2024: Extrema Ratio Kiri, from Japan to Tuscany

The Extrema Ratio Kiri is a version of the traditional Japanese Kiridashi knife declined in the style of the Italian manufacturer.

The Kiridashi is a type of Japanese fixed-blade working knife with many uses, mostly related to carving. One of its main features, besides the pointed blade (in fact, its name means “pointed knife”) is the asymmetrical blade bevel: only one of the two sides is beveled while the other side is flat. The Tuscany-based Italian company Extrema Ratio has revised the Kiridashi according to its very personal style, giving it a more tactical look than the original.

Extrema Ratio Kiri comes with a Kydex molded sheath. The handle scales are anodized aluminum.

While retaining the characteristic scalpel-like bevel, the Extrema Ratio Kiri has a special tip designed to achieve high penetration efficiency.

The Extrema Ratio Kiri is made from Böhler N690 steel hardened to 58 HRC with a Dark Stone or Satin finish. The handle consists of two black-colored anodized anticorodal aluminum scales, fixed to the tang with a pair of Torx screws. The Kydex molded sheath has metal eyelets that allow the use of paracord for attachment to MOLLE-system platforms as well.

The blade length from the Extrema Ratio Kiri is 60 millimeters for a thickness of 5 mm and an overall length of 160 mm. The weight without sheath is 112 grams. The recommended retail price is about 250 euros.

Video from Enforce Tac 2024: Noblex Integrated Red Dot Sight

From German manufacturer Noblex comes one of the smallest red dot sights on the market. It is called the Integrated Red Dot Sight and is specifically designed for Glock pistols with MOS interface.

The minimized aluminum construction makes it extremely light, while the low profile allows it to be mounted extremely low on the slide, so that mechanical sights can co-witness with the red dot.
Serrations echoing those on the pistol slide are machined into the base sides, making it easier to manipulate. The retail price of the Noblex Integrated Red Dot Sight is about 400 euros.

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