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Sneak Peek – SureFire Warcomp-556 and Warcomp-762

Friday, February 27th, 2015

Billed as the world’s most shoot able flash hider, the new Warcomp-556 and Warcomp-762 from SureFire offers hybrid capability including barrel compensation.  

-Ported to allow rifle to track straight back, stay on target and allow faster follow up shots

-Offers 99% flash reduction

-Made from USA SS bar stock

-IonBond DLC coated

-Single point cut threads

www.surefire.com

Fighter Design LLC – Texas Mag Bags Now Available without Mags

Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

You spoke and they listened. Both 6 pack and 12 pack Texas Mag Bags are now available from Fighter Design, LLC. When we first mentioned the Texas Mag Bags they came fully outfitted with the appropriate number of SureFire 60 round High Capacity Magazines. Several readers said that they’d like the bags by themselves, so here’s your chance to show us you aren’t full of it.

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-HEAVY DUTY 1000D CORDURA FABRIC
-DUAL SUPER MAGNET (50LB MAGNETS) CLOSURE SYSTEM
-DUAL ZIPPERS FOR RAPID ACCESS TO OPEN TOP
-ROLLED WEBBING HANDLES WRAP AROUND THE BAG FOR ADDED STRENGTH
-LOOP SIDE PATCH HOLDER FOR ID

How About 20% Off SureFire High Capacity Mags?

Tuesday, February 24th, 2015

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Use Code MAG20 for 20% off 60 & 100 round High Capacity Magazines from SureFire until 31 March.

SureFire – New M600 AA Can Use AA Lithium or Alkaline Batteries

Friday, February 20th, 2015

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The new Picatinny compatible M600 AA Scout Light can be powered by AA lithium or AA alkaline batteries, the latter of which are typically more readily available globally.

“The M600 AA’s ability to be powered by two separate types of batteries is a key element to its anticipated success,” said SureFire Product Manager Chris Skahill. “For optimal performance, AA lithiums can be used. But it can also be powered by AA alkalines, which are more readily available and usually easier to find, particularly in remote or rural areas.”

Powered by two lithium AAs, the M600 AA’s solid-state light emitting diode (LED) generates a maximum output of 200 lumens and produces tactical-level output for up to 3.75 hours on a set of batteries. The output and runtime from two AA alkaline batteries is approximately one-third that from lithium AAs, but this reduced output/runtime is theoretically outweighed by the convenience of using these easier-to-find and often less-expensive power cells. But to maximize output and runtime, SureFire recommends powering the M600 AA with lithium batteries whenever possible.

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The M600 AA uses a proprietary Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens to shape the LED’s output into a smooth, flawless beam with ample reach and enough surround light to maintain good situational awareness in close- to medium-range applications. Like all SureFire Scout Lights, it securely attaches to any MIL-STD-1913 rail, the M600 AA utilizing an integral thumbscrew clamp that attaches/detaches the light to said rail in a matter of seconds. Constructed of lightweight aerospace aluminum that’s hard anodized with a Mil-Spec finish for added durability, this new Scout Light can be easily activated via its momentary-/constant-on click-type tailcap switch, or via several remote plug-in switch models available for purchase from SureFire as optional accessories.

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The M600 AA Scout Light has an MSRP of $299.00 and is currently available for purchase through authorized SureFire dealers. It will also soon be available for purchase directly from SureFire by calling 800-828-8809 or visiting surefire.com online.

Dueck Defense Rapid Transition Sights Available In Three Flavors

Monday, February 16th, 2015

Designed by Barry Dueck and available through SureFire, the Rapid Transition Sights are now available in three different configurations.

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Based in the M16A2 rear and front sight pair, the RTS mount to a Picatinny rail. They present at a 45 degree angle so that you can roll off of your telescopic optic to use the RTS as a backup sight or for close in targets.

In addition to the original model, there is a version with tritium inserts as well as a fiber optic insert. The tritium version incorporates a larger dot at the front sight and two smaller tritium dots on rear sight for easy alignment in low-light conditions. The fiber optic model includes front sight in red, green, or yellow.

www.surefire.com/tactical-equipment/rapid-transition-sights

The SureFire How-To Channel on YouTube

Wednesday, February 4th, 2015

Have you checked out the SureFire How-To channel on YouTube? There are several videos already loaded including this one featuring Barry Dueck as he explains how to properly mount a SureFire suppressor to your rifle.

youtube.com/user/surefirehowto

SHOT Show – SureFire Introduces 2211X Wrist Light

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

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The newest version of the wrist mounted 2211-series of lights is a lower cost alternative that its predecessors. It relies on an easily swappable, single CR123A to offer 150 lumens at 1.5 hours or 15 lumens at 13 hours. It uses a lightweight polymer body and offers a wide beam. Push button switching at the top of the light gives max power with momentary touch or if you hold it down the light switches to low power mode.

www.surefire.com

Fighter Design USA – Texas Mag Bags

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

I ran into Fighter Design USA’s head man Adam Slank while walking the SHOT Show floor. Every time I see him, he’s got some cool new product. I noticed he was carrying a nylon bag over his shoulder. Not unusual for SHOT Show, but he sat this one in the ground and said, “Got a minute? I’ve got something to show you.”

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He pulled back on the handles and the flap came open and I muttered something like, “oh, wow! That’s a lot of magazines.” Adam didn’t miss a beat, replying, “Of course there are, it’s a Texas Mag Bag.”

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Offered in both 12 pack and 6 pack (seen below) configurations, the Texas Mag Bags from Fighter Design USA give you quick access to your magazines. A single flap secures with Fighter Design USA’s signature magnets along with dual zippers on a single pull. You simply give it a pull and voila; magazines…lots of loaded, high capacity magazines each nestled into its own slot.

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Texas Mag Bags come fully kitted out with the appropriate number of SureFire 60 rd magazines.

www.fighterdesignusa.com/texas-mag-bag-12-pack-surefire-60-round-magazines-included

SHOT Show – SureFire Blast Diffuser Coming Soon

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

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This the SureFire 5.56mm Blast Diffuser unveiled at last week’s SHOT Show. It adapts to a SF SOCOM muzzle brake / suppressor adapters and pushes the concussion of the muzzle brake forward, away from the shooter and those next to him. Because of this attachment, it does kind of resemble a miniature suppressor, but it’s not.

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This is the prototype that was at SHOT Show. Everyone wanted it. I understand they had a cash offer of $600 to sell it, right there at the show. It is now in production and will be available soon.

Vickers Tactical released this video showcasing some new SureFire products including the Blast Diffuser. LAV is interviewing Jamie Wiedeman. They served together in the same Army unit for many years.

www.surefire.com

SureFire 2015 New Product Video

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

www.surefire.com