BE Meyers: DCL Weapon Sights and Flash Signature Suppression

BEM flash hider in Afghanistan, from BE Meyers Facebook page.BEM flash hider in Afghanistan, from BE Meyers Facebook page.

 

BEM flash hider in Afghanistan, from BE Meyers Facebook page.

B.E. Meyers recently posted a video about their DCL Weapon Sights. DCL Weapon sights “improve firing accuracy and minimize collateral damage with a wide field of view and unlimited eye relief.” The red-dot sight DCL has day/night adjustments and are available in 7.62mm (DCL-110), .50 cal (DCL-120) and one that adjusts for both 7.62mm and .50 cal, the DCL-110AD-3X. Check the video out for further explanation.

More about the sights on their website.

BE Meyers has received a lot of attention lately for their signature reduction efforts with regards to weapon muzzle flash signature. They’ve got a whole family of flash hiders for 5.56 mm, 7.62 mm, and .50 caliber weapons.

Soldier Systems Daily recently spent some time with BE Meyers’ Bruce Westcoat, VP Business Development. He advised, “BE Meyers flash hiders save lives. It’s simple; if the enemy can’t see you shooting at night they have nothing to shoot back at. That’s especially important if you’re manning a .50 cal or other machine gun that immediately draws return fire from the enemy.”

Much more in depth on that story here, after you’ve watched this video.

11 Comments on "BE Meyers: DCL Weapon Sights and Flash Signature Suppression"

  1. Isn't the picture of the man in Multicam with the rifle actually a DEA agent with a LWRC M6 variant?

  2. Looks like a copy of the Smith Vortex—-

  3. All pronged flash suppressors will end up looking similar, but the vortex is definitely different in that it has that spiral shape. This one is longer than the vortex (probably on account of being straight) and has four prongs,unlike the AAC which has three short prongs. All different eays to accomplish the same thing. The question is of course who does it best

  4. Looks nice and the Heads Up display for a M-2 is cool. Bit disturbed that they claim Cops have bought MG scopes implying they have belt fed machine guns. Ive seen cops who are a bad enough shot with a pistol little lone a M-240B!

  5. We brits have the flash hiders fitted to our SA80's when deployed on Herrick, but they are taken off when we get back and the old bird cage style is re-fitted.

  6. So any word if the flash hider effects accuracy? POI shift? My understanding is that flash hider design can impact those things?

  7. If you really want to reach-out and touch someone, start with the Anzio Ironworks 20-50 Extended Range Sniper Rifle.

  8. Thank you to B.E. Meyers for the best of the FH.
    http://www.m9m4.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=engine&a

  9. klip, do you mean that video where they tap the flash hider? I did a parody of it with my AAC Blackout flash hider, but it turned out that I liked the ping it produced :)
    this is the real video clip of the AAC on my carbine: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Ak21FzSdds

    I was being silly with this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jx_6nzoWo90

  10. p.s. the next time I do some solo night practice, I'll try to remember to video my shots from 100yds downrange – it should be very interesting

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