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    Quote Originally Posted by okie View Post
    Definitely optimized for accuracy. Symmetry throughout and nearly flat baffles with no clipping.
    Surefire is very proud of their low zero shift and “internal venting”. Of, course, they were a flashlight company still when they designed (or did they borrow that from Ops Inc?) those baffles, so who knows. And, I’m willing to bet that low zero shift and reduced backpressure had higher priorities than some other aspects in the contest for contracts. Along with reduced flash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1168 View Post
    Surefire is very proud of their low zero shift and “internal venting”. Of, course, they were a flashlight company still when they designed (or did they borrow that from OSS?) those baffles, so who knows. And, I’m willing to bet that low zero shift and reduced backpressure had higher priorities than some other aspects in the contest for contracts. Along with reduced flash.
    Surefire baffles are just copies of Ops Inc baffles from the late 1980s, so is the reflex portion of them. Ported baffles go all the way back to at least 1910. Baffles don't have to all be symetrical to be the best for long range precision, just the first one.

    One of these in Surefire and the other is Ops Inc: http://i293.photobucket.com/albums/m...wsurehigh1.png
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    Quote Originally Posted by paco ramirez View Post
    Surefire baffles are just copies of Ops Inc baffles from the late 1980s, so is the reflex portion of them. Ported baffles go all the way back to at least 1910. Baffles don't have to all be symetrical to be the best for long range precision, just the first one.

    One of these in Surefire and the other is Ops Inc: http://i293.photobucket.com/albums/m...wsurehigh1.png
    Yeah, Ops Inc. I have no idea why I said OSS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paco ramirez View Post
    Surefire baffles are just copies of Ops Inc baffles from the late 1980s, so is the reflex portion of them. Ported baffles go all the way back to at least 1910. Baffles don't have to all be symetrical to be the best for long range precision, just the first one.

    One of these in Surefire and the other is Ops Inc: http://i293.photobucket.com/albums/m...wsurehigh1.png
    Man...Ops Inc...now you are bringing back the memories. That's like Doc Dater before Gemtech.
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