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SHOT Show 2011: SureFire Brings MINI and MICRO Suppressors

January 19, 2011  | 


SureFire brought several new tactical products for law enforcement officers, including the Mini and Micro suppressors that work with SureFire flash hider and muzzle brake suppressor adapters.

"Adding length and weight to a personal weapon system is usually an unwanted modification," according to Barry Dueck, director of the SureFire's suppressor division. "These two new suppressors were designed with that thought in mind."

SureFire's MINI is the company's flagship 5.56mm supressor at 5 inches in length and 14 ounces in weight. The MINI is one inch shorter and two ounces lighter than SureFire's existing FA556-212 suppressor.

The MICRO is designed for weapons with 14.5-inch barrels; it measures 4 inches and weighs 12 ounces. Like the MINI, it features SureFire's Fast Attach system for rapid attachment and detachment on weapons equipped with a compatible SureFire adapter. It adds only 1.75 inches to the length of the rifle.

The Monster MINI arrives with front-end teeth, allowing officers to use the suppressor as a window breaker or DNA collector.


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