CTC Defense Announces Landmark Deal For Rocket Launcher Laser Sight
CTC Defense today announced it had reached agreement with Nammo Talley Inc. of Mesa, AZ to supply laser aiming modules for the battle-proven M72 Light Assault Weapon (LAW).
The CTC Defense SFL-100 laser significantly increases first-round target hits during low or no light operations out to the maximum effective range of the weapon.
The CTC defense SFL-100 laser sight for the M72 is available in both visible and infra-red versions and is reusable for multiple shots. The module attaches to a factory bore-sighted base plate at the front of the rocket tube. In use, the operator simply sets the range and fires when a projected laser dot appears on the selected target. John Hill, Vice President Business Development for Nammo Talley said “Our partnership with CTC ensures our continued excellence in providing soldiers with the most dependable, highest quality weapon system in the market." “The M72 has a long and distinguished track record,” said Dale Suzuki, Director of CTC Defense. “The SFL-100 brings additional functionality and dramatically increases the accuracy capabilities to this man portable weapon system. It gives the operator a huge advantage in low-light and no-light environments. We are proud that CTC Defense is augmenting Nammo Talley’s family of weapons and that we’re supplying equipment to directly assist in soldier survivability.”
The SFL-100 was rigorously tested to meet the requirements of MIL-STD- 810G and is waterproof, shock resistant and offers repeatable accuracy. Weighing only 3.5oz, it adds almost nothing to the warfighter’s burden, while making tasks such as explosive building entry or the destruction of enemy fortifications much easier.