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Geissele Offering SOF Pro-Deal On Vortex SVPS Submission Optic

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019

Geissele Automatics is offering a pro-deal to SOF Personnel for the Vortex submission to USSOCOM’s Squad Variable Power Scope program. Although it was not selected, it has been in use by SOF for many years and remains extremely popular.

The Vortex Razor 1-6 is combined with a Geissele Super Precision Scope Mount. The throw lever seen is NOT included in the package. Still, this is a phenomenal price for a working optic which both Geissele and Vortex hope will be put to use on working carbines.

Fill out the form and follow instructions for submitted. The form is available here for download.

SVPS Submission Bundle

You have to submit via a valid socom.mil email address. Other emails will be deleted. If you are SOF but assigned to a non-SOF organization such as a service school, contact sales@geissele.com to verify credentials.

SOFIC 19 – 300 PRC Gas Gun Proof Of Concept by CMC Triggers

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019

With DoD interest in 300 PRC for use as a Precision fire cartridge, CMC Triggers wondered if it could be used in a gas operated rifle. So far, all of the weapons to fire this cartridge have been bolt guns.

This is a sneak peek of the proof of concept CMC put together. Based on an AR design, they wanted to see if it could be done and how it would impact the accessories they make, like triggers and bolt carrier groups. They have no plans to place this into production.

Check Out The Latest From SureFire At SOFIC

Tuesday, May 21st, 2019

See Spiritus Systems At BE Meyers SOFIC Ball Room

Tuesday, May 21st, 2019

Spiritus Systems will be displaying their OTB “Over the Beach” plate carrier and pouch suite at the SOFIC across the bridge, inside the B.E. Meyers SOFIC Ball Room.

SOFIC 19 – Crye Precision AirLite Structured Plate Carrier

Tuesday, May 21st, 2019

If the CP Jumpable Plate Carrier and AirLite Plate Carrier has a baby, this would be it. But they also added some structure to the design.

Above, you can see the structured yet skeletonized cummerbund which helps eliminate sagging under load.

As you can see, the AirLite SPC can be used with or without the STRUCTURAL KINETIC SUPPORT SYSYTEM (StKSS).

www.cryeprecision.com

2019 Special Operations Forces Industry Conference

Tuesday, May 21st, 2019

It’s going to be big. There’s a lot going on this year. Enjoy our coverage of this annual three-day event in Tampa, Florida, home of United States Special Operations Command.

TYR Tuesday – See The TYR Tactical Trailer At SOFIC

Tuesday, May 21st, 2019

TYR Tactical® recently met up with local Valley SWAT officers out of the Phoenix area to shoot their deployment of the Ballistic Shield System. Check out the video now. It features a sneak peak of the PICO-DSX set to launch in July. The system is already being utilized by law enforcement and federal agencies in the US. 

Innovation is the driving force that pushes us forward. The TYR Tactical® Patented Ballistic Shield System embodies that mission.

PERFORMANCE & PURPOSE MEETS UNMATCHED PROTECTION

Available now at www.tyrtactical.com

Check out the complete Ballistic Shield System in the TYR Tactical® Innovate or Die® Tour and Mobile Showroom at SOFIC 2019 on May 20-23, 2019 in Booth P701. Located outside by the Franklin St. Entrance.

Live in the Phoenix area? Stop by and see the Ballistic Shield System in person.

Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
9330 N. 91st Ave
Peoria, AZ 85453

SOFIC: Persistent Systems Announces Hands-Free Full Duplex Audio

Tuesday, May 21st, 2019

MPU5 users can now communicate continuously without having to push-to-talk

NEW YORK, New York. – May 21, 2019 – Persistent Systems, LLC (“Persistent”) announced today that it has introduced a Full Duplex Audio capability to its MPU5 mobile ad hoc network radio, which will be exhibited at the upcoming Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC), in Tampa, Fla.

With this new Full Duplex Audio capability, MPU5 users can now speak freely to each other, as if on intercom system, without having to push-to-talk each time they want to communicate. The Full Duplex Audio is multicast across the MANET enabling users to communicate continuously even in complex multi-hop topologies.

“MPU5 users are often in situations that require the use of both hands, such as holding a weapon, operating a vehicle, working with tools, and communicating with their team, all at the same time,” said Eric Stern, Director of Engineering for Persistent. “We built the Full Duplex Audio capability so users can communicate with their team hands-free and maintain functionality for other critical tasks.”

To activate the Full Duplex Audio capability, MPU5 users need only double-tap both buttons on Persistent’s Dual Push-to-Talk (PTT), and they are good to go until the capability is similarly turned off. While Full Duplex is enabled, users can still Push-to-Talk on the Dual-PTT to communicate on other talk groups. The Full Duplex capability works alongside the traditional push-to-talk functionality (not in place of it).

The Full Duplex Audio capability works best with stereo headsets from TEA (Television Equipment Associates, Inc.), which has collaborated with Persistent in developing a fully supported product for MPU5 users.

“For 50 years now, our mission at TEA has been to provide customers with the best communication ancillaries available anywhere in the market today,” said Jeffrey L. Norment, President of TEA Headsets. “By partnering with Persistent Systems and leveraging their vast capabilities and experience within the tactical radio networking arena, TEA continues to supply military personnel with the customized hearing protection they need while being able to maintain communications.” 

The Full Duplex functionality is available as a Technology Preview in Persistent’s 19.4 firmware which is available to all MPU5 customers. For more information on Full Duplex Audio, come by Persistent’s SOFIC booth (1712) at the Tampa Convention Center, on May 20-23, or visit our website: www.persistentsystems.com.