SUSAT


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SUSATSight Unit, Small Arms, Trilux
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1 May 2015 - French audit, accountancy, tax, legal and advisory services group Mazars' US-based WeiserMazars LLP member firm has acquired Germany-based Roever Broenner Susat, the company said.
Roever Broenner Susat's 68 Partners and 1000 professionals are located in 12 offices around Germany, offer industry-specific experience to their clients.
By simply loosening a couple of thumb nuts and lifting up on a detent, SUSAT can be routinely removed from the gun.
Each front-line soldier will have his own SUSAT, optimized to his particular visual requirements.
The SUSAT has a wide range of view and a rather curious, albeit effective, reticle with a single, large, semi-transparent tapered post.
MAZARS says it is offering West Midlands businesses a gateway into the German market following its merger with German audit and tax consultancy Roever Broenner Susat. As a result the accountancy firm has set up a 'German desk' to advise companies seeking to expand in Germany.
Also on the same mission are the SuSAT satellite from the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia, the UNSW-ECO satellite from the University of New South Wales and INSPIRE 2 from the University of Sydney, University of New South Wales and Australian National University all part of the multi-national, multi-university QB50 program.
The new optic was intended to be a replacement for their older SUSAT sight.
The L85A1 proved to be a highly accurate bullpup assault rifle, thanks in no small measure to its x1.5 Susat optical sight, but it developed into a constant source of minor troubles.
That started to change with the introduction of diminutive and rugged systems such as the British United Scientific Instruments Sight Unit Infantry Trilux (Suit) and its current derivative the Susat (SA -- Small Arms) used with SA-80.
The British mount the L9A1 Sight Unit, Small Arms, Trilux (SUSAT) by United Scientific Instruments on their 5.56 mm L85A1 rifle, and the Canadians use the Wild-Leitz sight on their C7 rifles (a M16A2 variant) and on their C9 (Minimi) machine-guns.
Contractor name : RBSM ROEVER BROENNER SUSAT MAZARS GMBH & CO.