Friday, December 27, 2013

SEI Uses DOD Aperture Cards

This is Ron holding a stack of Department of Defense M14 Aperture Cards (Microfiche) with all of the original prints of the different M14 parts. At SEI, we have the highest standard of excellence for our products. We have a print of every nut, screw and bolt for the M14, up to and including the stock print. Smith Enterprise, as far as we know, is the only one in the country with a set of these type of prints. This is what we use. Most people don't realize just how rare and coveted these cards are. We want our customers to know. We don't reverse engineer anything, nor do we use copies of copies of DoD prints. Our customers can rest assured that we only use the real deal for our M14 parts.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Press Release: Smith Enterprise Shot Show - Booth 6410

Tempe, AZ

Smith Enterprise will be at the Shot Show in full force this January (Booth 6410).  Ron Smith and his staff will be there ready to talk the latest and greatest sound suppressor, flash suppression, AR15, and M14 innovations.  The following staff will be there eager to talk to visitors:
John Bainer (master armorer and retired 27 year Marine M14 match grade rifle-builder)
Andy Horton (master armorer and former infantryman)
Jack Rosfeld (armorer and former combat medic)

All new product lines will be present to include the new 17-4 Stainless Muzzle Brake for the M4, M16, and AR15 (PN 1002-SS-17-4) that is sound suppressor capable.  Also debuting is a new 17-4 Stainless Steel Muzzle Brake for the AR10 (PN 1002-RR-17-4) that will fit any rifle with a 5/8 x 24 thread.

The new and improved quick disconnect bipod will be there.  The material has been changed to give it more durability and longevity.  The design has been tweaked for optimum weight and functionality.  Note: the 82nd Airborne (1-505th) will be placing an order for this bipod now that it passed a 30 day field test at Fort Bragg, NC.

SEI will have new, never seen before, M14 muzzle brakes that will be allowed in the NRA National Matches and the Civilian Marksmanship Program Matches.  It will have the same overall length as a GI flash hider and the same diameter of the GI flash hider, but with the Smith Enterprise muzzle brake pattern that everyone is familiar with.  This brake reduces felt recoil and muzzle climb.  It qualifies for match competition, which has never been done before by Smith Enterprise.  The brake has SEI/MATCH engraved on the bottom side of the brake.  It is 2 pieces screwed together made from bar stock and then is salt bath nitrited to pass the Navy's salt fog test.  Retail price is $150.

SEI will have some really nice M14s on display as well.  This includes the Smith Enterprise version of the M14 EBR and the Smith Enterprise version of the MK14 MOD 2.

SEI will have the newest version of the Wind Talker Sound Suppressor boasting an easier disassembly and also an increased number of baffles which provide an optimal amount of sound suppression.

There will be M16 hard chrome bolt carriers marked SEI 3A5E1 (military Cage Code) on display.

The G6A3 Vortex flash hider will be on display for the first time at a Shot Show.

Smith Enterprise encourages everyone to come to the booth to talk M14, AR15, AR10, sound suppressors, muzzle brakes, and flash hiders.

POC:  John Bainer (843) 991-3135