‘A new breed of ‘super’ guns’: Inside the world of the NYPD’s ‘Super’ Firearms

New York City police officers have been using a new generation of “super” weapons in recent years, including handguns, shotguns and rifles that can fire up to 500 rounds per minute.

These new weapons have been touted as the next generation of gun control.

But in fact, some of these weapons were developed in the 1980s and 90s to be used in the “war on drugs.”

They are now being used by police departments around the country.

As the New York Times reports: The new weapons, which are mostly hand guns, can fire 500 to 1,000 rounds per second.

And they can fire in a matter of seconds.

They are the most advanced weapons in the US arsenal, with a range of hundreds of feet.

The weapons were used by the NYPD, which is now in the midst of a nationwide crackdown on violent crime and is struggling to keep up with the rapid expansion of the police force in recent decades.

They were created to protect officers from a growing threat of terrorism.

One of the weapons in question, the new FAL-M2, is a semiautomatic pistol with a detachable magazine that can hold 10 rounds.

The weapon is one of the most powerful weapons in police arsenals, with hundreds of rounds of ammunition on hand, according to The New York Daily News.

The magazine can be reloaded by holding down the trigger, and can fire more than 400 rounds per hour.

The New Yorker reports that the weapon has been used by a number of police departments in New York, including the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx and Staten Island.

Police departments have been required to carry the weapons for at least two years, with the NYPD having to get a permit from the Department of Justice to carry them.

The new FALL-T assault rifle was also developed in part to protect police officers, The New Republic reports.

In a statement to The Associated Press, the NYPD said it was committed to the safety and security of its officers.

The AP found that the FAL series, which can fire a single round at a time, has been the subject of a series of lawsuits in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and California, as well as an investigation by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

New York State Senator Daniel Squadron said in a statement that the weapons were designed to “fight terrorism, stop crimes, and save lives.”

The weapons are “designed for law enforcement officers who are trained to use deadly force and are designed to make life-and-death decisions,” he said.

“They’re not for the average citizen who wants to go to a store and buy a box of ammo for a gunfight.”

The AP reported that in an email, Squadron said he had no comment about the lawsuit.

“This is about what is right and what is wrong, not about how you carry a weapon,” he wrote.