Rheinmetall details laser light module orders
Rheinmetall is delivering VarioRay laser light module sets to the Austrian Federal Ministry’s Cobra counter-terrorism unit, the company announced on 13 June.
The order, worth over €1 million, was placed in the first quarter of 2017. A total of 580 sets will be supplied under the order.
The company has also released details of orders of 600 tactical laser light module (TLLM) sets for the Austrian Federal Army for the StG 77 assault rifle, and a further 164 TLLM sets for the MG 74 machine gun.
Rheinmetall’s laser light modules are a key means of enhancing the tactical effectiveness of small arms carried by soldiers and law enforcement officers, giving users the ability to detect, identify and mark targets.
The modules feature various light sources, including white light, visible laser and infrared light.
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