Monday, October 10, 2016

Smith Enterprise Orders Picking Up for Christmas Season

As we get closer to Christmas, it seems that orders are picking up in a big way. Many of the relationships Smith Enterprise has been fostering for years has been paying off. Also some of our new systems are growing in popularity. People just want quality, they are tired for paying for things that are lower end.

Smith Enterprise Receives Orders from Colt Defense

Smith Enterprise is proud to announce that we are building sound suppressors for the Colt Defense M4.  Colt is one of the premier firearms companies in the United States. Colt Defense is the real deal, and has a long history and tradition. With our WindTalker Sound Suppressor, we are also providing our cutting edge Vortex Flash Hider.

New M1A & M14 Trigger Ordered in Large Quantities

Smith Enterprise announces that we are receiving a major influx in orders for our new type of M1A trigger. It is made out of a new type of material - S7 tool steel, double heat treated. It is both heat treated and salt bath nitrited. This same trigger works on M14s, M1As, and M1 Garands. Each trigger includes deburring and reparkerization. It has a 4 - 4 1/2 no creep let off. The hammer spring is Smith Enterprise's own design as far as wire diameter and length. The GI issue hammer spring way too heavy, and was needing improvement. This hammer spring is the same one used when we made M14 Crazy Horses for ISAF in Iraq.

Smith Enterprise Receives Contract from South African Government

Smith Enterprise receives purchase orders from the South African Government for x150 Vortex A3 versions for the M240 Machine Gun. Anthony Weilen, Croc, out of Croc's Gun Shop is handling the shipment on behalf of Smith Enterprise due to his great experience exporting firearms parts.

Smith Enterprise Develops New .338 Lapua Muzzle Brake

Smith Enterprise is proud announce the new Muzzle Brake for the .338 Lapua. The 3/4 24 5/8 24 size muzzle brake will fit the Remington 700 and Savage 110. It was designed in the last couple months. Desert Firearms and ROBAR shot the new Smith Enterprise muzzle brake and said it is like shooting a light weight .308. Accuracy is not negatively affected, they said. Salt Bath Nitrited. Dimensions are about the same as the M240 Machine Gun Vortex .985. Has an A3 style outside helical groove around the diameter. Pictures on website. Suppressor for the Lapua is the same suppressor as the M240 machine gun, but the baffles are the proper size for the 338. Suppressor is going through testing. The Brake is very very effective.

New Sound Suppressor Adapters

More and more M1A/M14 owners are wanting to suppress their rifles. This is our new direct connect adapter. It has the .595x32 ID and 5/8x24 OD threads. The part number will be 2000A. It is machined from bar-stock 8620 and will be heat treated the same as our Vortex. This picture shows the part in the white, prior to heat treat and mag phosphate. THIS IS NOT STAINLESS.

New Flash Suppressor for Noveske

World’s best flash suppressor available for the Noveske and similar semi auto weapons systems, as well as bolt action rifles, including the Savage 110 FCP. Ideal for 6.8mm SPC applications or up to .30 Cal. Heat treated 8620 CM steel. Also fits DPMS Panther™ and Noveske.  Threaded 5/8”x 24 x .635±” thread depth. Also works great with the 300 blackout.

SilencerCo Sending Orders to Smith Enterprise

Smith Enterprise is proud to announce that have been receiving nonstop orders from SilencerCo referrals. Customers are requesting adapters for their M1A and M14 rifles so they can use their sound suppressors. Great company and honored to work with them.

New Mount for RMR and AimPoint Micro T2

Smith Enterprise has finally completed our new mount for the RMR and AimPoint Micro T2. We did this as a request from a couple 3 Gun competitors for their competition rifles.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Hypocrisy of the Average Gun Buyer

Ron Smith really wants the word out about a hypocrisy in the gun industry.

The self defense of our families, the ability to hunt, and our God-given rights described in the 2nd Amendment of the United States Constitution take a high priority to all of us.

Here is the hypocrisy, says Ron. He said that people will buy some cheap AR-15 or firearms accessory from the latest start up gun manufacturer and won't give it a single thought. People are basically buying junk, yet they think they are getting something really good.

If our life, liberty, and property are important to us, then don't you think we should vet and research the company we are buying our guns and parts from?

People will research until they are blue in the face on Angie's List looking for most qualified, certified, licensed, and insured company to build them a bathroom, or clean out their plumbing, or build themselves pool. Plumbers get more research than firearms! But when it comes to guns, for some reason they don't research much.

Smith Enterprise has been around for over 40 years. We have a Class III License, an ITARs license, we are insured, we are registered with the Federal Government, we have done business with other countries, we have built firearms for the US Military, we have built firearms for the Navy Seals, we have done it all.  We are as certified and experienced as a company can get.

Now sure, we get a lot of business, but we could get a whole lot more if the average gun buyer would do his research. People need to do more research and don't trust everything you see in a store, it most likely is not made of high quality materials, processes, and craftsmanship.

Sunday, August 7, 2016

Smith Enterprise Links

It has been a while since posted on here, just wanted to invite you to visit other Smith Enterprise websites around the internet. We like to thank the below websites that are not ours for linking to us.

Smith Enterprise Website
Smith Enterprise Facebook
Smith Enterprise LinkedIn
Smith Enterprise Twitter
Smith Enterprise Blog
Smith Enterprise Brownells
Smith Enterprise Deployment Essentials
Smith Enterprise Crunchbase
Smith Enterprise Angelist
Smith Enterprise Rainier Arms
Smith Enterprise Midway USA
Smith Enterprise Yelp
Smith Enterprise Wikipedia
Smith Enterprise Business Articles
Smith Enterprise Youtube
Smith Enterprise Primary Arms
Smith Enterprise Guns Magazine
Smith Enterprise Dillon Precision
Smith Enterprise DSG Arms
Smith Enterprise Ammoland
Smith Enterprise ADCO Firearms
Smith Enterprise Tactical Life
Smith Enterprise Blitzkrieg Components
Smith Enterprise Pinterest
Smith Enterprise No Kick
Smith Enterprise Palmetto State Armory
Smith Enterprise Fulton Armory
Smith Enterprise Cheaper Than Dirt

Friday, December 27, 2013

SEI Uses DOD Aperture Cards

This is Ron holding a stack of Department of Defense M14 Aperture Cards (Microfiche) with all of the original prints of the different M14 parts. At SEI, we have the highest standard of excellence for our products. We have a print of every nut, screw and bolt for the M14, up to and including the stock print. Smith Enterprise, as far as we know, is the only one in the country with a set of these type of prints. This is what we use. Most people don't realize just how rare and coveted these cards are. We want our customers to know. We don't reverse engineer anything, nor do we use copies of copies of DoD prints. Our customers can rest assured that we only use the real deal for our M14 parts.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Press Release: Smith Enterprise Shot Show - Booth 6410

Tempe, AZ

Smith Enterprise will be at the Shot Show in full force this January (Booth 6410).  Ron Smith and his staff will be there ready to talk the latest and greatest sound suppressor, flash suppression, AR15, and M14 innovations.  The following staff will be there eager to talk to visitors:
John Bainer (master armorer and retired 27 year Marine M14 match grade rifle-builder)
Andy Horton (master armorer and former infantryman)
Jack Rosfeld (armorer and former combat medic)

All new product lines will be present to include the new 17-4 Stainless Muzzle Brake for the M4, M16, and AR15 (PN 1002-SS-17-4) that is sound suppressor capable.  Also debuting is a new 17-4 Stainless Steel Muzzle Brake for the AR10 (PN 1002-RR-17-4) that will fit any rifle with a 5/8 x 24 thread.

The new and improved quick disconnect bipod will be there.  The material has been changed to give it more durability and longevity.  The design has been tweaked for optimum weight and functionality.  Note: the 82nd Airborne (1-505th) will be placing an order for this bipod now that it passed a 30 day field test at Fort Bragg, NC.

SEI will have new, never seen before, M14 muzzle brakes that will be allowed in the NRA National Matches and the Civilian Marksmanship Program Matches.  It will have the same overall length as a GI flash hider and the same diameter of the GI flash hider, but with the Smith Enterprise muzzle brake pattern that everyone is familiar with.  This brake reduces felt recoil and muzzle climb.  It qualifies for match competition, which has never been done before by Smith Enterprise.  The brake has SEI/MATCH engraved on the bottom side of the brake.  It is 2 pieces screwed together made from bar stock and then is salt bath nitrited to pass the Navy's salt fog test.  Retail price is $150.

SEI will have some really nice M14s on display as well.  This includes the Smith Enterprise version of the M14 EBR and the Smith Enterprise version of the MK14 MOD 2.

SEI will have the newest version of the Wind Talker Sound Suppressor boasting an easier disassembly and also an increased number of baffles which provide an optimal amount of sound suppression.

There will be M16 hard chrome bolt carriers marked SEI 3A5E1 (military Cage Code) on display.

The G6A3 Vortex flash hider will be on display for the first time at a Shot Show.

Smith Enterprise encourages everyone to come to the booth to talk M14, AR15, AR10, sound suppressors, muzzle brakes, and flash hiders.

POC:  John Bainer (843) 991-3135