SureFire Overview of ATF Rule 41P Changing to Rule 41F



Fountain Valley, CA — ( – SureFire, LLC, manufacturer of the world’s finest—and most innovative—suppressors,illumination tools, and tactical products, wishes to inform its customers of the changes that will go in effect when ATF Rule 41P changes to Rule 41F. The new ruling affects all submittals after the implementation of the law, which goes into effect July 13, 2016. No entity ownership benefits have been lost; however, CLEO (Chief Law Enforcement Officer) signature for all NFA purchases within a trust will no longer be required. Instead, only notification to the CLEO will be necessary. Photographs and fingerprints are now required for all individuals on the trust for new purchases once the law goes into effect. In response to these changes, SureFire has been increasing production to battle the ever-increasing demand for suppressors as their popularity grows throughout the United States. Rest assured that we will continue to provide the very best products for our military, law enforcement, and hardcore civilian users.

SureFire on ATF Changes from 41P to 41F

About SureFire — Located in Fountain Valley, California, SureFire, LLC is the leading manufacturer of suppressors, high-performance flashlights, weapon-mounted lights, and other tactical equipment for those who go in harm’s way, or anyone who demands the ultimate in quality, innovation, and performance. SureFire illumination tools are used by more SWAT teams and elite special operations forces than any other brand. SureFire is an ISO 9001:2000-certified company.