A.R.M.S Ring of Fire

Steve Johnson
by Steve Johnson

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.

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.

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

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

Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson

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  • Devin Devin on Nov 27, 2009

    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 Sam Suggs on Feb 15, 2013

    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