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SureFire Field Notes Ep 32 How to Enter Shooting Positions with Barry Dueck

Thursday, September 6th, 2018

SureFire Field Notes is a multi-segment informational video series with tips and techniques from subject matter experts of all backgrounds. In this episode, Barry Dueck discusses how to enter shooting positions for both competition and tactical shooters.

Barry Dueck is a former Marine, owner of Dueck Defense Inc, champion competitive shooter and VP of Suppressors and Weapons at SureFire LLC. Barry is also the architect of SureFire’s SOCOM suppressors, winner of the most rigorous and extensive suppressor evaluation in history. Barry’s knowledge comes from his military experience, expertise in the firearms industry as a designer, and also from being a 3-Gun Champion, IPSC Grandmaster and USA Team World Shoot gold medalist.

SureFire Field Notes Ep. 16, Positional Shooting with Barry Dueck

Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

In this episode, Barry Dueck discusses methods for supported and unsupported positional shooting.

Barry Dueck is a former Marine, owner of Dueck Defense Inc, champion competitive shooter and VP of Suppressors and Weapons at SureFire LLC. Barry is also the architect of SureFire’s SOCOM suppressors, winner of the most rigorous and extensive suppressor evaluation in history. Barry’s knowledge comes from his military experience, expertise in the firearms industry as a designer, and also from being a 3-Gun Champion, IPSC Grandmaster and USA Team World Shoot gold medalist.

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Rapid Transition Sight from Dueck Defense

Friday, December 3rd, 2010

Barry Dueck, head of SureFire’s Suppressor program, nationally ranked 3-Gun competition shooter and former Marine developed the Rapid Transition Sight for the competitive or combat shooter who prefers separate sighting systems for near and far targets. With a goal of not adding weight he settled on the M4 sights, engineering them to mount to the upper Picatinny rail but at an offset of 45° to avoid conflicting with the primary sight. Since most everyone already carries a Back Up Iron Sight of one form or another as well as relies on the standard M4-style Front Sight, the RTS adds no new weight and essentially offsets these items to be more effective for close in targets when rifle mounts a telescopic sight for those mid and long distance shots. Many shooters are also very comfortable with the issue M4 sights so there is no issue associated with learning a new system and the you don’t have to deal with co-witnessing sights.

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