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|Thanks to Nate and Boortz for the heads up:|
|The U.S. Department of Education (ED) intends to purchase twenty-seven (27) REMINGTON BRAND MODEL 870 POLICE 12/14P MOD GRWC XS4 KXCS SF. RAMAC #24587 GAUGE: 12 BARREL: 14" - PARKERIZED CHOKE: MODIFIED SIGHTS: GHOST RING REAR WILSON COMBAT; FRONT - XS CONTOUR BEAD SIGHT STOCK: KNOXX REDUCE RECOIL ADJUSTABLE STOCK FORE-END: SPEEDFEED SPORT-SOLID - 14" LOP are designated as the only shotguns authorized for ED based on compatibility with ED existing shotgun inventory, certified armor and combat training and protocol, maintenance, and parts.|
The required date of delivery is March 22, 2010.
Anyone know why the Department of Education needs 27 new Remington 870 shotguns?
Or why they should be 14" "short barreled shotguns"?
Or why there is an existing Department of Education shotgun inventory?
Or why elements within the Department of Education receive armor and combat training?
Serious questions, not just being sarcastic. Does the Department of Education have an independent enforcement arm for whom short shotguns are an important tool?