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BE Meyers & Co Illuminates as Platinum Sponsor for Shooter Symposium 2019

Thursday, March 28th, 2019

March 27, 2019 (Redmond, WA) – B.E. Meyers & Co., Inc. is proud to announce that they are a Platinum Sponsor of the 2019 Shooter Symposium, a four-day training event slated for April 4-7, 2019 at The Ranch, a private shooting club in Eagle Lake, Texas. Over 150 students are expected to attend the symposium, which will be taught by eleven world-renowned firearms trainers, including B.E. Meyers & Co. Brand Ambassadors and night engagement experts, Bill Blowers and Chuck Pressburg.

Both Mr. Blowers and Mr. Pressburg will be hosting basic night vision courses at the symposium where they will be demonstrating the functions of the B.E. Meyers & Co. MAWL®-DA, and MAWL®-C1+. The MAWL®-C1+ is the world’s first commercially available near-infrared and visible green laser aiming device using VCSEL based illumination technology. It offers all of the ergonomic, clarity, modularity, and interface enhancements of the MAWL®-DA, and provides greater near-infrared illumination distance than any FDA Class 1 laser on the commercial market.

To learn more about B.E. Meyers & Co. products visit www.bemeyers.com.

B.E. MEYERS & CO Introduces Modified .50 Flash Hider for M2A1 Machine Gun Barrels

Wednesday, February 14th, 2018

February 14, 2018 (Redmond, WA) – B.E. Meyers & Co., Inc. is pleased to announce the release of the M2A1F Flash Hider, developed in response to requests for a more durable flash suppression solution for the M2A1. Leveraging patented flash suppression design, the M2A1F preserves the superior performance and durability that the warfighter has come to expect from B.E. Meyers & Co., Inc. products.



The M2A1F is made from a specific selected alloy that has been heat treated to provide increased durability, and reliability over current competitive devices. Its left-hand thread pitch allows for quick and easy installation, and eliminates risk of separation from the barrel by self-tightening as shots are fired.

The M2A1F is a truly compact M2A1 flash hider. Measuring in at only 4.625” long, the M2A1F represents only a small increase in overall length of the weapon platform when compared to other legacy M2 variants, and does not negatively affect the cyclic rate of the short recoil M2 system.



The M2A1F’s patented open-tine design is internally serrated to diminish visible signature in both day and night engagements. The effectiveness of the M2A1F’s flash suppression supports uninterrupted use with night vision devices, eliminating momentary blindness and flash distortion.



B.E. Meyers & Co. is ready to equip users currently fielding the M2A1 HMG. The M2A1F is a superior solution for those looking for rugged, compact, and effective flash suppression, and can be easily fitted without any additional modifications to the weapon. With the B.E. Meyers M2A1F, the durable materials and design reduces risk of failure, improving confidence of reliability in all adverse conditions.


TacJobs – BE Meyers & Co

Friday, February 9th, 2018

BE Meyers & Co currently has five positions they are looking to fill.

For those of you unfamiliar with the firm, they provide advanced photonics solutions and other specialty technology for US and international Special Operations Forces and Combat Arms elements that are forward in the fight.

B.E. Meyers & Co., Inc. is an ISO 9001:2008-certified developer, manufacturer, and systems integrator of optoelectronic and related products used in defense and law enforcement applications. The company’s core competencies include turnkey laser targeting and illumination systems, night-vision devices, long range surveillance, and other integrated laser systems. They are proud of our reputation as a technology leader in delivering solutions that are proven to meet the demanding performance requirements of extreme environments and combat conditions. Since their origin in 1974, they have been dedicated to providing the highest quality of products, services and support to their customers. B.E. Meyers is a privately-owned and operated small business located in Redmond, WA.

We’ll give a brief overview of each positions responsibilities and duties, but full details, including qualifications and instructions on how to apply are available at bemeyers.applicantpro.com/jobs.


The Buyer is responsible for activities involved with procuring products and services to support the manufacturing and product development processes. Expertise in purchasing concepts, terms and conditions and an understanding of operations and processes required to meet cost, quality, and delivery goals. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated history of achievements and quantifiable accomplishments which are goal and metrics driven.


• Manage a wide variety of commodities including machined parts, electronics, and optics to support the build schedule and mitigate risk.

• Prepare and maintain purchase orders and bid requests, analyze quotes, compare prices and negotiate contracts.

• Develop suppliers to improve delivery, quality and reduce costs. Negotiate contract terms and develop alternate source supply base.

• Analyze market and delivery conditions to take advantage of opportunities and mitigate risk.

• Able to communication effectively verbally and in writing.

• Use ERP system to determine material requirements, maintain open order report, and manage exception reports.

• Maintain ERP system to retain accurate purchasing data including lead times, pricing, supplier, etc.

• Maintain supplier accountability and quality, facilitate communications, logistics and financial measurement; and coordinate and communicate status of all outsourced items to management and internal customers on a regular basis during product qualification and up to production.

• Originate and assist in the Supplier Evaluation and Assessment process, using expertise in other departments to make final evaluation.

• Participate in the New Product Development process to establish efficient purchasing methods, including Supplier choice.

• Discuss defective or unacceptable goods or services with inspection or quality control personnel, users, vendors, and others to determine source of trouble and take corrective action.

• Maintains Vendor and Purchase Order records and adheres to all Purchasing Procedures, ISO or AS9100 Quality System requirements, ITAR regulations, and DFARS requirements.

• Work with accounting to resolve invoicing discrepancies

• Ability to read and interpret drawings/blueprints and related specifications.

• Other duties as assigned.

• Must love guns!

Human Resources Assistant, Part-Time

They are looking for a part-time HR Assistant who posseses the flexibility to adapt to a fast paced enviroment with changing priorities, an understanding of what confidentiality and discretion look like, and a willingness to do whatever needs to get done.

This position is a non-exempt, hourly position, and will likely require up to 20 hours per week; there is some flexibility regarding work hours.


• Filing.

• Creating and maintaining confidential personnel files and personnel actions.

• Conducting benefits orientations.

• Assisting with benefits administration.

• Assisting with new-employee orientations.

• May respond to reference checks and verifications of employment status.

• Working with employees to complete necessary employment or benefits documents.

• Replying to correspondence for the Director of Administration, both written and verbal.

• Running errands (mileage will be reimbursed).

• Assisting with HR projects.

• Other duties as assigned.

Manufacturing Engineer

The Manufacturing Engineer will work closely with all functional groups to develop robust, cost effective manufacturing and assembly processes and related documentation for use throughout the manufacturing facility.  The Manufacturing Engineer is responsible for complete process ownership of assigned manufacturing or assembly areas and provides an appropriate level of floor support, interfacing with other functional groups as required, reviewing processing issues and resolving with sound, and lasting, corrective actions.

A passion for firearms and their use in military and law enforcement roles is a plus. Engineers with military combat experience and familiarity with military equipment and systems are highly encouraged to apply.


• Participates in manufacturability teams to review product design with respect to the most optimized, efficient, and cost effective manufacturing methods.

• Designs, develops, and implements methods, policies, and procedures for processing and manufacturing customer products to specified customer standards and requirements.

• Reviews supporting manufacturing documentation to ensure it contains necessary criteria and provisions to permit effective production of product.

• Collects and analyzes data and recommends corrective actions for procedural, product, process, or design deficiencies.

• Works cross-functionally on all issues related to product design and quality.

• Works with the manufacturing personnel to ensure effective manufacturing and inspection procedures and processes are implemented and maintained.

• Assists workers in resolving technical problems.

• Confers with technical personnel and department supervisors to report assembly problems, and reports unresolved problems.

• Specifies equipment necessary to manufacture and processes product in compliance with customer specified requirements.

• Interprets and explains work instructions, specifications, and use of manufacturing equipment and tools.

• Develops and implements new manufacturing techniques as business requirements dictate.

• Creates new and correct/modify/rewrite existing product details.

• Performs industrial engineering tasks, as required, such as work center development and layout to improve product work flow and decrease lead time, cost and standard times.

• Conducts special studies and evaluations aimed at developing new technologies to reduce cost, lead time, and improve quality and product flow, culminating in the ability to prepare, or assist in preparing, capital justification and implementation documentation.

• Specifies supplies, materials, and equipment to support manufacturing processes.

• Participate in “make or buy” decision process to determine the most cost effective manner in which to manufacture hardware, supporting Purchasing (and ultimately sub contracted vendors) required in fabrication of our components.

• Prepares component and assembly cost estimates to support financial decisions required to evaluate new business opportunities.

• Other duties may be assigned.

• Must love guns!

Materials Planner

The person in this role will use approved requirements and availability of resources to plan and prioritize the release of jobs to production and support the flow of material from receipt to shipment.  A successful candidate will work with the team to identify resource gaps, find solutions to those gaps, and mitigate risks to the schedule.  This person will also provide backup support to other areas in operations like purchasing, shipping, and receiving.  You must be comfortable and able to communicate and interact well with many positions and levels of people including suppliers and customers if needed.


• Manage WIP (open jobs, maintain jobs, close jobs) to support the approved build plan

• Analyze complete work orders to verify labor and material posting, closing and retaining work orders.

• Help coordinate priorities for job release and kitting

• Be a go-to person for ERP transaction questions

• Use history and planned demand data to help set min/max and Kanban levels.

• Assist Manufacturing Engineering in the design and creation of bills of manufacturing/materials in the ERP system.

• Help setup stock codes in ERP system including correct costing and planning parameters

• Attend status meetings to develop priorities in line with requirements.

• Assist and/or lead the DCO processes for necessary changes to structure or routing of product due to manufacturing requirements.

• Reporting capacity required including overtime needs per build schedule and business planning.

• Configure and review variant process requirements and ensure their accuracy throughout the build/pack process.

• Provide support to shipping, receiving, and purchasing.

• Help with cycle counts, annual inventory, and other material transactions

• Other duties as assigned.

• Must love guns!

Quality Inspector

The Inspector is responsible for conducting incoming receiving inspections to IPC 610 class 3. Performs first article inspections (FAI) to AS9100, line inspections, finished goods and pack out inspections and audits on electronic, mechanical, and optic systems, subassemblies, and parts to ensure said items meet critical specifications. Familiarity with uniPoint software and Statistical Process Control (SPC) a plus.


• Understands and follows inspection plans, work orders, test manuals, performance specifications, wiring diagrams, shop drawing prints and schematics to determine, validate or comply with specification, testing procedure and equipment to be used.

• Reads dials or digital displays that indicate electronic characteristics such as voltage, frequency, distortion, inductance, and capacitance.

• Compares results with specifications and record test data to plots test results on graph (uniPoint).

• Analyzes test results on defective units to help determine possible cause of failure when possible.

• Rejects defective wiring and components and records defects on tag attached to unit for material review board.

• Confers with engineers, technicians, production personnel, and others regarding testing procedures and results and to resolve problems.

• Verifies dimensions of pins, shafts, and other mechanical parts.

• Examines stock to verify conformance to specifications.

• Proper use of optical comparator, calipers, micrometers, thread gages, etc. for inspection.

• Other duties may be assigned.

B.E. Meyers & Co. Inc. Appoints Brigadier General Peter L. Jones (USA, Ret.) to its Corporate Board of Advisors

Thursday, November 2nd, 2017

November 2, 2017 (Redmond, WA) – B.E. Meyers & Co., Inc. is honored to announce the appointment of Brigadier General Peter L. Jones (USA, Ret.) to its Corporate Board of Advisors as of the 1st of November, 2017.

BG (R) Jones recently retired as the Commandant and Chief of Infantry at the United States Army Infantry School in Fort Benning, GA, following 32 years of service to his country in the U.S. Army. Brigadier General Jones’ appointment will expand the B.E. Meyers & Co. Advisory Board already in place, and his expertise will be invaluable as B.E. Meyers & Co. continues to strengthen its product portfolio and global presence.

“I am excited to join the B.E. Meyers Team – a true leader in providing advanced laser technology to our warfighters and law enforcement professionals,” said Brigadier General Jones, from his home in Columbus, Georgia. “B.E. Meyers’ commitment to quality and innovation is respected worldwide, and I’m excited to serve as a member of Board of Advisors.”

This appointment is also a reconnection of sorts, as in 2003 then-LTC Jones was the Battalion Commander of 1st Battalion, 6th Infantry Regiment in Baghdad and Iskandariyah, Iraq, where Matthew Meyers, now President and CEO of B.E. Meyers & Co. Inc., served in his command as a Platoon Leader. “As a new Platoon Leader in OIF1, BG (R) Jones provided a tremendous level of leadership and advice, and we have maintained contact since that time” said Matt Meyers. “I am extremely honored and humbled that BG (R) Jones has agreed to continue a working relationship in an official capacity as part of the B.E. Meyers Team.”

Brigadier General (R) Peter L. Jones was commissioned as an Infantry Officer in the U.S. Army upon graduation from the United States Military Academy in 1985. Throughout his 32-year career, BG Jones has served in numerous staff and leadership positions, both in the continental United States and overseas, and led Soldiers from Company through Brigade. In his last assignment, he was responsible of building and sustaining the Infantry force as the 56th Chief of Infantry.

BG (R) Jones has deployed six times. As a member of the 1st Infantry Division, he deployed twice to Kosovo in support of NATO peace keeping operations. He also has four combat deployments serving in Iraq as commander of a 900-man Infantry Battalion operating in Baghdad and as a commander of a 5,500-man Heavy Brigade Combat Team operating in the five provinces south of Baghdad. Additionally, he has served as a strategic planner at the 4-star multinational headquarters in Iraq and Afghanistan.

BG (R) Pete Jones has also served in numerous staff positions at all levels from Battalion to Headquarters, Department of the Army. Most notably, he served for over two years as the Executive Officer to the Secretary of the Army as the Army shifted operational focus from Iraq to Afghanistan while managing the budget challenges posed by sequestration.

In his last assignment, BG (R) Jones served for two years as the Infantry School Commandant and 56th Chief of Infantry. During his tenure, he oversaw the integration and training of female Soldiers and Officers into the Infantry force. Additionally, he oversaw the study of Russian use of disruptive technologies and hybrid operations in the Ukraine and Syria as the Director, Russian New Generation Warfare.

In addition to a Bachelor of Science Degree from West Point, BG Jones holds advanced degrees from Georgetown University, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and National Defense University. He is also the recipient of Bronze Star Medal for Valor, the Combat Infantryman Badge, the Parachutist Badge and the Ranger Tab.


Brad Meyers 1941-2017

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Founder and CEO Emeritus of B.E. Meyers & Co. Inc.

Bradley Edward Meyers: 1941-2017
It is with great sadness that the family and employees of B.E. Meyers & Co. Inc. announce the recent death of our Founder, Chief Innovator, and friend, Bradley Edward Meyers. Brad passed from this earth on the evening of 21 March, 2017, after complications due to a recent illness, and he was surrounded by family in his final moments at home. We are stunned and heartbroken by his loss.

Passionate. Positive. Persistent.
Brad graduated from high school in Brookfield, Wisconsin in 1959, afterwards attending a semester of college before leaving to follow his entrepreneurial spirit and make his own way. Brad held a variety of jobs over the years, such as selling orange juice and encyclopedias door-to-door in the 1960’s, truck driver, grave digger, medical and scientific equipment salesman at Roemer-Karr, explosives technician at EXCOA, commercial diver at his company Controlled Dynamics, astronomer, night vision equipment manufacturer, and lastly as the individual that set B.E. Meyers & Co. Inc. on our current path of systems integration and advanced photonics. He was the consummate entrepreneur, and was unwavering in his positive outlook in life, passion for new ideas, and persistent pursuit of his goals.

Innovation and Imagination
Brad’s legacy is primarily known by many in the Special Operations community through his products such as the IZLID™, DIAL™, GLARE™, MK Ranger™, and GRI2P™ series of lasers, as well as the B.E. Meyers Flash Hider line. He cited that his special gift was in finding the right people to help him reapply existing technologies in new ways to help the Warfighter. He was terrifically proud of the tremendous team that helped bring his ideas to life, and his legacy will continue on as the company is propelled by his infectious enthusiasm for the new, the different, and the exciting.

Brad is mourned by his wife of forty-four years, Nancy; sons: Clint and Matthew; daughter, Rebecca; grandchildren: Jack and Alena; son-in-law, John; and daughter-in-law, Nicolle. Brad was preceded in death by his father, Alfred Arthur Meyers and his mother, Mabel Heidtman of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

He also leaves behind his faithful friend and tireless canine companion, Shadow.

The family extends their sincere thanks to the first responders of Eastside Fire and Rescue (WA), King County Sheriff’s Office (WA), and Sammamish Police Department (WA) for their support during this difficult time.

In lieu of flowers, the Meyers family asks that donations be made in Brad’s honor to charities that align with his interests, specifically, the Special Operations Care Fund, the National Rifle Association ILA, and his home church, the Community Church of Joy in Sammamish, WA.

Memorial service information will be forthcoming to industry, family, and friends. For questions regarding memorial attendance, please contact Mary Hance at [email protected].