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Scott W. Wagner

After working undercover in narcotics and liquor investigations, Scott W. Wagner settled down to be a criminal justice professor and police academy commander. He was also a SWAT team member, sniper and assistant team leader before his current position as patrol sergeant with the Village of Baltimore, Ohio, Police Department. Scott is a police firearms instructor certified to train revolver, semi-automatic pistol, shotgun, semi- and fully automatic patrol rifle, and submachine gun.

Scott's Everyday Carry...

After 39 years of law enforcement, my preferred daily carry piece is a revolver — either my Smith & Wesson M&P .38 Special Bodyguard with CTC Laser or my Colt Night Cobra. When traveling to a very high-risk area, a Bond Arms Bullpup 9 or Remington R1 Executive might be substituted.


Recent Articles ByScott W. Wagner

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Scott W. Wagner —January 15, 2021
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Scott W. Wagner —January 8, 2021
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Staging Firearms for Home Defense
Scott W. Wagner —January 6, 2021
Home-Defense Options: When ARs & AKs Are Scarce
Home-Defense Options: When ARs & AKs Are Scarce
Scott W. Wagner —January 6, 2021
How to Choose a Home-Defense Gun
How to Choose a Home-Defense Gun
Scott W. Wagner —January 6, 2021
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