Scope adapter (can be purchased separately)                                                                         $359.99 / each  


Charlie Taracs

Quick release tactical mount Charlie Tarac$1449.99    
Quick release tactical mount Charlie Tarac* (4 month payment plan)$381.25
Scope mount Charlie Tarac with adapter$1449.99
Scope mount Charlie Tarac with adapter* (4 month payment plan)$381.25

*All payments must be cleared before shipment.  Payments are non-refundable.


Material6061 aluminum
FinishHard anodized
ColorsMatte gray, black, or Army green
Weight12.0 oz (may vary according to add-ons)
Dimensions                        3.7" x 3.5" x 2.0" (may vary according to add-ons)
MountsBobro or Larue QR tactical mount
AdjustableUp to +120 MILs
Tactical CaseBlack 1150 Pelican Case


​​​Charlie TARAC

List Price  $1599.99

Your Price $1449.99

You Save   $150.00

Todd Hodnett Approved

Shoot with full magnification

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Product Intel


The Charlie Tarac is an optical accessory that adds up to 120+ MILs (or 400 MOA) to scopes without having to change rails, rings, cheek piece, or 100 yard zero.  MIL or MOA (true not shooter's) is built to your spec.


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"The 2701 yard shot was doable with regular scope elevation. A 2 mile shot for me might take up to 50 mils or 60 mils [and] a ridiculous amount of cheek elevation.  Bottom line in all this is to support the concept of a TARAC so that you don't need ridiculous scope cant/elevation and cheek rise." – Dan

​​​​"I called wind and videoed Mitchell Fitzpatrick (a competitive shooter for U.S. Rifle Team, regularly competing against international teams, an Expert for F-Class Long Range, and High Master for F-Class Midrange) hit at 4044 yards on a sub moa plate while he used this (the Charlie Tarac) product.  Unbelievable how close we were to the first shot on elevation.  Just 1.5 moa low and thats bc the custom curve at AB wasn't updated for the projectile we were using" – Chase Stroud

"Received my Charlie. What a marvelous beauty it is. Definite cool factor fitted on my big rifle. I have put on "static rings" and put my "adjustable base mount" on seller's FCSA forum stating I am going with ........Charlie Tarac.  Thank you, proud for association with your company" - James

Bullet Points about the Charlie Tarac

Add 10's of MILs to any scope
The Charlie Tarac shifts an incoming target image with mirrors to add a specific MIL or MOA value.  Instead of tilting the scope, requiring slanted rails, elevated scope rings, and changing your cheek position (a real pain in the neck), the Charlie shifts the target image optically (via mirrors) so you change nothing.  The Charlie will shift the target image up (say 30 MILs) so that you have to aim (30 MILs) above the target.  From a shooter's perspective, it will look like you are aiming "low" and you simply have to raise your rifle to reacquire your target in the middle of your cross-hairs.  This is how we can easily add 10's of MILs.​

Keep Your 100 Yard Zero
With the Charlie, set your rifle, rail, rings, and cheek position, to 100 yards, and add the MILs (or MOA) only when you need to shoot extreme long range.  "A 100 yard zero is a shooter's lifeline." Ken Decker, a former sniper with 3rd Ranger Battalion.  Also, great for thermal optics.

Built for recoil
The Charlie is used by Todd Hodentt, David Tubb, Walter Wilkinson, and other groups on .308, .375, .408, and 50 cals without a failure to date.  (We also provide two extension bolts with the magnetic scope mount version for added assurance.) The Charlie Tarac is extremely repeatable (once set and fastened) and you will never have to worry about misalignment.​

​​​Fully adjustable

​The Charlie is a fully adjustable unit.  Click here to learn how.

Methods of attachment
​The Charlie Tarac attachs via a BoBro or LaRue quick-release or directly to your scope's bell (in place of your sunshade) with magnets and two extension bolts (takes less than 40 seconds).  There are no special wrenches or tools with any Tacomhq's products.  Everything is designed with the end user in mind.  Therefore, bolts are commonly found at Ace Hardware or comparable store.

No barrel mirage
The fact we shift the target image optically before your scope "sees" the image, you will not have to tilt your scope down to look over your barrel and risk of obscuring your image quality from barrel mirage (from a hot day or shooting consecutive rounds).  The front viewing port is purposely built high to mitigate this variable.

Mirrors are highly scratch resistant
The Charlie's mirrors are more scratch resistant than most high-end scopes.

Shoot ELR with full magnification

The Charlie is a standalone device that works as an accessory to your optic to add MIL or MOA, and because the shift occurs within the unit and not the scope, you will be able to shoot ELR with full magnification.  A MIL stays a MIL.  If our unit ever failed or broke, just take the Charlie off and still have the full functionality of your optic. 

No turrets
The ultimate goal of the Charlie is to provide an incomparably fast and accurate range adjustment for scopes.  To give you the ability to shoot the reticle (if applicable) and or use your scope's turrets for final adjustment.  As nothing will be faster or more reliable.  In an example offered by Ken Decker formerly with 3rd Ranger Battalion sniper on NRA, if you have a scope with tenth MIL increments, to dial 29 MILs for a mile shot that 290 "clicks."  Either there is going to be mechanical error and you have "ghost clicks" or you will lose count.


Tacomhq will cover all manufacturing defects for 1 year.

Return Policy

All Charlie Tarac units have a 30 day money back guarantee when returned in good-working condition.