Weapons upgrade set to make US Special Operations even more deadly

U.S. Special Operations are a remarkable, formidable fighting force who are admired and feared throughout the world. Now, the military’s elite warriors are set to become even more deadly with a new addition to their arsenal.

About $48 million-worth of new, cutting-edge suppressors will be in the hands of America’s top military personnel, enhancing their capabilities on the battlefield.

For several years, Special Operations Command has been hunting for the best suppressed upper receivers for their M4A1 carbines.

They’ve chosen the Sig Sauer MCX SURG System to upgrade these weapons. The new Sig suppressor will deliver accuracy, speed and reliability.

And of course, it will deliver outstanding sound reduction. The new suppressors are made of ultra-advanced materials.

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8 Responses to Weapons upgrade set to make US Special Operations even more deadly

  1. Gator says:

    Nice choice. Not even going to look at how much that costs because I’m fairly certain its more than Im going to pay for one. There was a guy using a Surefire suppressor at the last 2 gun match I did. It was just quiet enough to be comfortable without ear-pro. Wonder how much better these things are. Its a shame Trump has completely dropped the ball on removing suppressors from the NFA. I want to build a 9mm SBR with a suppressor but its not just the extra money, its the wait. A friend of mine just got his tax stamp back for an AR lower he registered as an SBR. Took about 8.5 months. So long he had forgotten about it when it showed up in the mail. I keep going back and forth between an AR9 and a CZ Scorpion. But registering it as an SBR and adding the suppressor is two tax stamps for 1 gun, which adds 500$ to an already expensive build.

  2. Sanders says:

    These should be available to everyone without a special tax stamp. It’s a health issue, not a gun issue. I guess that gun bill pretty got killed by Las Vegas and Parkland.

  3. czechsix says:

    “They look nothing like the suppressors you see in movies and TV shows – these rifle suppressors are tubeless. They’ve eliminated the outer tube typically seen with suppressors.”

    Yet another article written by a clueless idiot that’s supposed to be a “defense specialist with experience in more than 70 countries who consults at the highest levels of defense and national security, a lawyer with four postgraduate degrees, and author of the definitive guide, Future Weapons: Access Granted, on sale in 30 countries. Barrie hosts the new hit podcast “Tactical Talk” where she gives listeners direct access to the most fascinating Special Operations warriors”

    LOL. Yeah, right.

  4. POd American says:

    I took one look at the first picture in this article and decided that no amount of spending on new and improved eqiupment will replace basic firearms training. This picture is embarrassing and a perfect negative example of “how NOT to.”

  5. emdfl says:

    48 mil should be enough to buy a can for everybody in the country who want one. Considering that a good can (except for the greed factor) shouldn’t cost more than about $500…
    I deal in Class III so I guess you could say I’m a RKI.
    ‘Course it IS Sig-Sauer…

  6. singlestack says:

    How the hell do you make a tubeless suppressor?

    • J. Simmons says:

      “Tubeless” suppressor basically are welded up baffle stacks. Instead of a tube with a baffle stack in the tube, held in place with end caps, “tubeless” suppressors weld the baffle stack into a single piece, with the ” first baffle” machined to either be a direct connect or a QD mount.

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