Posts Tagged ‘KAC’

Knight’s Armament Co Announces Adam Pini As Commercial Sales Manager

Monday, March 20th, 2017

Knights Armament Co, a leading manufacturer of advanced weapon systems and Knight Vision technology built for the warfighter, law enforcement professional and commercial market, announced today Adam Pini will be joining the company as Commercial Sales Manager.


“I am honored to represent Knights Armament Co. This is the biggest opportunity of my lifetime,” Pini said. “I hope to help grow both the end user to KAC relationships along with strengthening the bonds of our Dealers and Distributors.”

Adam brings almost a decade of commercial sales knowledge and experience to KAC. Having worked from retail gun sales to various levels of sales positions in the industry, Adam understands the needs and requirements to build long lasting commercial relationships.

“This move is to show KAC’s commitment to our valued commercial customers,” Trey Knight said. “We intend to answer the demand that we see on a day in day out basis.”


Warrior East – Knight’s Armament Corp LMG

Friday, July 15th, 2016

Knight’s showed the latest version of the 5.56mm Light Machine Gun. You may also notice a new suppressor. The LMG is starting to gain momentum, particularly overseas. Maybe, we’ll see a 7.62mm big brother in the future.

Knight’s Armament Company Presents The John Noveske Interview

Monday, July 4th, 2016

Knight’s Armament Company Issues Statement Regarding CSASS

Friday, April 8th, 2016

For over a decade Knight’s Armament Company (KAC) has produced the M110 Semi-Automatic Sniper System (SASS) for the U.S. Army. The M110 semi-automatic rifle was the first purpose built U.S. semi-automatic sniper rifle fielded.

The Compact Semi-Automatic Sniper System (CSASS) competition was driven by evolving requirements pioneered by KAC products in use by today’s warfighter. Government competition drives industry innovation. Industry’s common goal is getting the best product to the warfighter as quickly as possible. Knight’s Armament Company congratulates the winner of the CSASS program.

Knight’s Armament Company continues its long tradition of innovation, design and manufacture of premier small arms, small arms accessories and night vision for the U.S. military.

AUSA – Knight’s LMG Goes M-LOK

Tuesday, October 13th, 2015


Knight’s Armament displayed their LMG outfitted with a new M-LOK rail. The last time we saw this weapon it featured a Keymod rail.

Thanks JC!

KAC SR-15 E3 Mod 2 M-LOK

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

We mentioned that KAC is now offering M-LOK during NRAAM, here it is…



NRAAM 2015 – KAC Introduces M-LOK URX4 Handguard

Friday, April 10th, 2015

Knight’s Armament Corp has introduced an M-LOK version of the URX4 Handguard which had previously only been available in KeyMod.

KAC – Universal Night Sight – Thermal Sniper Motorized

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

Knight’s Armament recently introduced the Thermal sniper Motorized (TsM) variant of the Universal Night Sight. It’s an electric focus clip on Weapon Sight featuring high resolution (640×480, 17u) with magnification up to 8x.

You’ll notice a cable with a powered tethered remote that allows the shooter to focus, zoom, adjust gain, calibration, and polarity. Additionally, it offers battery storage with an extra 6-8 hours of use from the batteries contained in the remote switch. This feature also allows the hot swap of batteries while the thermal reamins in use.

As you can see, it is Picatinny compatible with a QR attachment for the unit itself and Velcro to the stock or other location, for the remote.  But what really sets the UNS-TsM apart from other sights on the market is the patent pending Ultra-Wideband wireless radio communications system. It allows the image captured by the UNS-TsM to be displayed via a variety of means, for example via digital video output to remote receivers, as a stand-alone rail mounted Weapon Sight, or as a Hand-Held imager.

They’ve also released a variant called the Ti, for Thermal individual. It is smaller, offers 4x magnification, but lacks the motorized, remote switching option.