SureFire is now shipping their SOCOM WarComp flash suppressor to dealers and is also taking orders online for the new Titan Plus micro keychain flashlight.
Tactical gun accessories maker SureFire has cut its workforce and product offerings due to a drop in military spending, the company announced Tuesday.
SureFire claims it’s the “quietest .30-caliber suppressor on the market” for 300 BLK, and it happens to be rated for 5.56 NATO up to .300 Winchester Magnum.
SureFire is updating their combination timepiece and flashlight, the WristLight 2211, for 2014 with a new, even higher-output 300-lumen flashlight.
SureFire is now shipping their new Ryder 22 suppressors. These rimfire silencers are designed to offer users a low-cost, high-performance option for suppressed plinking.
Introduced at SHOT Show earlier this year, SureFire’s new high-intensity shotgun forend weaponlights are now available for several models of popular shotguns. These lights are are capable of making up to an incredible 600 lumens of light
This AR has been evolving for at least twenty seven years. The lower was built before the select-fire ban of 1986. The rest continues to change, but its heart remains the same. A full auto Colt. This is what an AR is supposed to be.
Dueck Defense and SureFire have teamed up to make a great pair of offset iron sights. These are gaining a devoted following with devotees of the modern sporting rifle. They’re easy to use, and always ready. The Rapid Transition Sights are an ideal choice for 3G, and a solid option for back-up.
The Glock 20 is a hammer. The 10mm round generates a tremendous amount of muzzle energy, and even in the automatic action of a hefty Glock, the recoil is brutal. But if your wrists can take it, the 10mm is a capable round. 200 grain bullets, moving at 1,100 fps. And the Glock 20 is one of the most ergonomic and intuitive 10mms available.