SIG MMG 338 Program Series

SureFire Exhibiting at SOFIC

Fountain Valley, CA—SureFire, LLC, manufacturer of the world’s most innovative illumination tools, will be exhibiting at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference May 15-18 in Tampa, Florida. SOFIC is the premier venue for the SOF community to interact with industry and to collaborate on the challenges, initiatives and way-ahead in delivering the most cutting-edge capabilities into the hands of SOF operators. SureFire will be displaying their best-in-class illumination tools, Suppressors, hearing protection, and several new additions to its extensive product line.To check out SureFire’s products, be sure to visit booth #1650.


8 Responses to “SureFire Exhibiting at SOFIC”

  1. PTMcCain says:

    I’m looking at the rifle he is using and it appears to have an Aimpoint and magnifier on it. What’s the current thinking on running red dots with 3x magnifiers on them as opposed to ACOG. I have gone back/forth between various options.

  2. Josh says:

    ACOGs have 1 set magnification as opposed to the ability to change from 1x-3x based on target with the dot/mag combo. Adding an RMR or Doctor to the top of the ACOG creates a very high height over bore as well as destroying any chance of a cheek weld.

    And since I know it’s going to come up…While variable power optics such as the Leupold Mark 8 are great, they have a slight speed difference compared to a dot optic on identifying the tgt/reticle. Making the dot a more viable option to guys engaged in a 0-100m fight.

  3. Aono says:

    I would be really curious to hear about the SOB-556-LS long stroke bolt carrier group that they developed with Jim Sullivan. Haven’t heard anything about it since announcement.

    Specifically, I want to know whether it has been shelved because they realized that the “long stroke” basically would cause the exact same problems that the original Colt 9mm BCGs suffered from: a stroke too long so that when the BCG returned forward it carried too much momentum and broke bolt catches.

    I do like the reciprocating weight in the carrier though. Would it be possible to ask them about all this?

  4. charlie says:

    Eagerly awaiting the moment when they start selling the masferfire compatible lights, picked up a holster at NRAAM but have no way to use it! 🙁