A.R.M.S Ring of Fire

A.R.M.S who manufacture AR-15 sights and mounts, and of whom the US military is customer, have developed a flashlight mount for the AR-15 called the Ring of Fire.

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Photos Copyright Remigiusz Wilk (REMOV). Used with permission.

It is not hard to see how it got its’ name. The ROF can hold 6 flashlights. It could be used to hold IR lights or high intensity flashlight (for blinding people), lasers or any combination.

UPDATE: A couple more photos by SMGLee. It looks smaller than it does in the above photo.

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Click to expand. Photo Chen “SMGLee” Lee. Used with permission.

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Click to expand. Photo Chen “SMGLee” Lee. Used with permission.



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  • Concerned_Soldier

    Now that is lame!! Purely TactiCOOL, not tactical!!

  • jdun

    Hate to be the one carrying that thing.

  • Nomen Nescio

    night vision, who needs it?

  • Tony

    …What, one flashlight just isn’t enough anymore?

  • Devin

    That is neat but uh, why? They now have flashlights the size of a pen that can do the same thing that that huge hunk of metal can do.

  • Sam Suggs

    if you wanted a huge searchligh on your rifle why the obviously crapppy flaight i mean one of those crazy sufire pocklights whould be better