FRENCH SUPPLIER SAFRAN TO SUPPLY USMC SNIPERS WITH Optics 1’s I-CUGR

 

I-CUGR : Integrated Compact Ultralight Gun-mounted Rangefinder

Optics 1, Inc. (Safran) announced that its Integrated Compact Ultralight Gun-mounted Rangefinder (I-CUGR) has been selected by the United States Marine Corps (USMC).

The I-CUGR is a small, lightweight, and rugged weapon-mounted laser rangefinder with integrated illumination and aiming lasers that will give USMC the ability to quickly range targets without taking hands off their rifles — providing more accurate first round hits.

Developed as a modular system, the I-CUGR can be used on all types of military Sniper, CQB, or crew-served weapon systems (adaptor required) and can be used with all types of bullet designs and calibers. The simple two-button operation allows for ease of use on the device or with a remote so the shooter’s hands never leave the weapon. The I-CUGR consumes very little power, allowing for extended use, and is ruggedized for military operations.

“We appreciate the opportunity to continue working closely with the U.S. Marine Corps in providing the Marines with superior technology that provides precise and accurate targeting solutions,” said Jose Andrade, Optics 1 Business Development Manager and a retired USMC Sergeant Major.  “The selection of the I-CUGR solidifies the confidence in our commitment to providing technologies that are light yet powerful and are critical to the success of the USMC’s mission requirements.”

The I-CUGR has been designed by Optics 1 leveraging proven rangefinder technology from Safran Electronics & Defense.  Production will take place in Bedford, New Hampshire at Optics 1.  The initial order is for 315 units with deliveries beginning this year.

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