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CMC Government Supply Carries Full Line of SureFire Tactical and Weapons Lights and Suppressors
Law Enforcement agencies who need the most dependable white lights can find SureFire headlamps, weapons lights, and firearm suppressors at CMC Government Supply, a SureFire authorized dealer.
One of SureFire’s many tactical flashlights is the small EB2 backup flashlight. Complete with a pocket clip and weighing less than half a pound, the EB2 is a perfect tool for everyday carry with its two outputs—a blinding 500-lumen light and a 5-lumen light. More information about this light can be found at http://www.cmcgov.com/
Another SureFire innovation is its 2211 wristlight that straps on like a wristwatch. Using three brightness levels, the wristlight wearer can overwhelm a threat’s night vision and then easily turn the light to a dimmer setting. The wristlight also works to light up potential targets when aiming a firearm.
One SureFire product that has pleased CMC Government Supply customers is the M80 Picatinny Rail forend (http://www.cmcgov.com/
A rugged weapons lights that SureFire makes is the popular X300 (http://www.cmcgov.com/
SureFire also builds firearms suppressors that stand up to the rigors of combat use. SureFire suppressors solidly attach to a firearm within seconds and virtually eliminate first-round muzzle flash, they lessen recoil and reduce a firearm’s sound and dust signatures, all parts SureFire's Total Signature Reduction concept.
For more information about purchasing SureFire accessories, visit http://www.cmcgov.com/
About CMC Government Supply:
CMC Government Supply provides United States federal, state & local governments and authorized government contractors specialized products, software, data and services. Most of our products are used for military, intelligence, homeland security, law enforcement, public safety and general government applications. Dallas, Texas based CMC Government Supply is classified as a small business supplier to all federal, state and local governments. For more information, visit http://www.cmcgov.com.
David M Goldstein