Innovation never ceases with the STT team. What needs to happen, what customer needs we can fill, and even what we can streamline in the market to make your firearms more useful. Today is no different.
There are many aftermarket solutions to the low light defense. A lot of things to hang off of your guns to make them more clumsy. What if I told you that STT was working for a solution of our own? Not a solution to bring light or a laser to your weapon…but to the clumsy apparatus, that snags on everything, hanging off of your patrol rifle. I’m talking about an AR-15 handguard with a high intensity LED light and laser built into the handguard. Not something that adds extra bulk but machined into the rails. I’ll let that sink in a moment…
The work of developing this has only begun. We have tactical AR experts, master gunsmiths, and design engineers working tirelessly on this project. None of this is for the recognition, we do it all to make dangerous situations easier to manage for our heroes in Law Enforcement and those protecting their homes and families.
Imagine for a moment that you are on patrol. It’s late and you are nearing the end of your shift. You’re tired and expect nothing more than boredom. The volume of your pillow calling your name increases with every minute….then it comes…dispatch. Officer down…all units respond. You pull up in front of a vacant warehouse and realize you are the first on the scene. You flip the switch on your weapon light and the batteries are dead. You reach for your backup light…and it’s not there. What do you do?
With the LLCA Frame for your service weapon you never have to worry. The frame has your weapon a light, laser built and charging coil built right in. All you have to do is keep your weapon on the charging pad while off duty and you have a fresh charge every single day.
In dangerous situations, confidence in your equipment can make or break the day. It can literally be the difference between coming home at night or…well…not coming home. Your friends at Swiss Tactical Technologies want to make sure that you have maximum confidence when something loud goes bump in the night.