Tactical Command Headquarters
Please read carefully
Submitted information will be used to generate an obligation-free PO
Image from @tacomhq
For operators wanting to protect their scope and point of impact
Focus on your mission and not what is happening to your rifle
Any scope or thermal optic
6061 Aluminum or Type II PVC
Hard Anodized Matte Gray (aluminum only)
Carbon fiber or reinforced carbon fiber
10 oz (varies by model, scope, and selected add-ons)
STARTING AT $250
Reinforced carbon fiber rods +$50.
Armor Optic fits around your already mounted scope and attaches to the picatinny rail via two rail adapters:
1) Insert the carbon fiber rods into the braces.
2) Place rail adapters onto the picatinny rail.
3) Position braces onto clamps.
4) Insert and tighten all bolts at 50 in/lbs.
CUSTOMERS WHO VIEWED THIS
Copyright © 2016 - 2019 TACOMHQ, Inc.
Phone: +1 (630) 251-8919 Email: email@example.com PO Box 268, Sheridan, IL 60551
Click here if you are Military
Armor Optic is an optical accessory made to safeguard your point of impact (aka your "zero") and your optic from hazards like being dropped without interfering with its controls and visual operation.
Can be used with -
Rifles: Any rifle
Optics: Any scope including thermal optics
Armor Optic consists of aluminum braces and carbon fiber rods ergonomically engineered to isolate and collapse away from your optic in the event of absolute failure, and serves as a carry-handle, a brace against a car door, a building window, or under a vehicle, a lanyard attachment point for transport/security, and a quick attachment point for camouflage.
Every operator never wants to lose zero, especially in competition or on a hunt, and something as simple as a light knock creates doubt. Scopes and rifles are engineered to be robust and withstand great punishment. However, the attachment point that connects gun to optic is not. Every shooter goes through great lengths to safeguard this susceptible connection point because we know a light knock may move your scope a few thousandths or twist it few degrees with unwanted cant - the difference being on target versus missing by a few feet. Armor Optic is enables you to solely focus on the situation, and not what is happening to your rifle.