tacomHQ
Alpha TARAC
“If the enemy is in range, so are you."
 Infantry Journal
Enhance Combat Effectiveness
"The undoubtable reality of the TARAC optic is its ability to effectively and dramatically increase SOCOM units' lethality and capability at extended ranges"  7+ yrs USASOC
 Increase max pointblank (MPB) range of weapons by 40100%
 Simplify holdovers to aiming center target
 Decrease time exposed to return fire
 No math, guesswork, or range estimation so it's fast
 Accurate on 20" x 40" (mansize) targets
 Developed in collaboration with SOF operators
Enhance Combat Effectiveness
"The undoubtable reality of the TARAC optic is its ability to effectively and dramatically increase SOCOM units' lethality and capability at extended ranges"  7+ yrs USASOC
 Increase max pointblank (MPB) range of weapons by 40100%
 Simplify holdovers to aiming center target
 Decrease time exposed to return fire
 No math, guesswork, or range estimation so it's fast
 Accurate on 20" x 40" (mansize) targets
 Developed in collaboration with SOF operators
It's Dope
"No holdover is necessary. Just flip it up and engage your target. The Alpha TARAC will increase a unit's hit probability beyond 300m (Army Standard Qual Range) guaranteeing greater successful target engagements"  13+ yrs USASOC
 The Alpha shifts your target higher so you aim higher via a prism
 Shift calibrated to specific MOA value = dope
 Guarantees increased hitrate probability with little to no training
 Turns infantry soldiers into designated marksman
It's Dope
“No holdover is necessary. Just flip it up and engage your target. The Alpha TARAC will increase a unit’s hit probability beyond 300m (Army Standard Qual Range) guaranteeing greater successful target engagements” – 13+ yrs USASOC
 The Alpha shifts your target higher so you aim higher via a prism
 Shift calibrated to specific MOA value = dope
 Guarantees increased hitrate probability with little to no training
 Turns infantry soldiers into designated marksman
CrossCompatible Optics
"Versatile in nature, the unit can be utlized with multiple optics (regardless of objective lens size) and on any weapons platform affixed with a picatinny rail system. With no additional training (...) the Alpha TARAC can most certainly shape the battlefield in the favor of the shooter."  Corps of Royal Marines

Prism, reflex, and holographic sights
 Aimpoint
 EOTech
 Trijicon
 Etc  ELCANs
 16/8x Scopes
 Irons
 Lasers
CrossCompatible Optics
“Versatile in nature, the unit can be utlized with multiple optics (regardless of objective lens size) and on any weapons platform affixed with a picatinny rail system. With no additional training (…) the Alpha TARAC can most certainly shape the battlefield in the favor of the shooter.” – Corps of Royal Marines

Prism, reflex, and holographic sights
 Aimpoint
 EOTech
 Trijicon
 Etc  ELCANs
 16/8x Scopes
 Irons
 Lasers
Thermals
"In my experience, when you mag in on a thermal optic, dudes look all Mario Brothers pixelated and your reticle washes out against a bright black and white target image. The ability to hold center takes a lot of the thought process out."  3RD Ranger Battalion Assaulter
 Crosscompatible with NV and thermals
 Position between thermal and primary optic
Thermals
“In my experience, when you mag in on a thermal optic, dudes look all Mario Brothers pixelated and your reticle washes out against a bright black and white target image. The ability to hold center takes a lot of the thought process out.” – 3RD Ranger Battalion Assaulter
 Crosscompatible with NV and thermals
 Position between thermal and primary optic
CrossCompatible Weapons
"The ability of the tacomHQ TARAC optic to be utilized by the lowest common denominator support soldier to a highly trained SOCOM operator is universal and its ability to scale between weapon systems and individuals in invaluable. The TARAC [is] an invaluable tool if added to any SOCOM end users weapon systems and armament"  7+ yrs USASOC

SMGs
SBRs
Carbines
LMGs
Heavy Machine Guns
Grenade Launchers
Arial Guns and Platforms  Color coordinated
 Point and click
CrossCompatible Weapons
“The ability of the tacomHQ TARAC optic to be utilized by the lowest common denominator support soldier to a highly trained SOCOM operator is universal and its ability to scale between weapon systems and individuals in invaluable. The TARAC [is] an invaluable tool if added to any SOCOM end users weapon systems and armament” – 7+ yrs USASOC

SMGs
SBRs
Carbines
LMGs
Heavy Machine Guns
Grenade Launchers
Arial Guns and Platforms  Color coordinated
 Point and click
SBRs
"The unit shipped with a quick reference card for 3 different ammo DODIC's most commonly used (...) for 3 different URGs (User Requested) (...) [and] it was evident that it would be useful on any of the weapon systems a USASOC unit has."  13+ yrs USASOC
 Increase max pointblank range by 100%
 Extend 50/200 m zero to 400 m
 Deploy Alpha for targets +250 m
 Aim center target
 Ballistically evaluated using Kestrel
 Accurate on 20" x 40" (mansize) target
SBRs
"The unit shipped with a quick reference card for 3 different ammo DODIC's most commonly used (...) for 3 different URGs (User Requested) (...) [and] it was evident that it would be useful on any of the weapon systems a USASOC unit has."  13+ yrs USASOC
 Increase max pointblank range by 100%
 Extend 50/200 m zero to 400 m
 Deploy Alpha for targets +250 m
 Aim center target
 Ballistically evaluated using Kestrel
 Accurate on 20" x 40" (mansize) target
Barrel
Length
10.3"
10.3"
10.3"
10.3"
10.3"
10.3"
11.5"
11.5"
11.5"
11.5"
11.5"
11.5"
12.5"
12.5"
12.5"
12.5"
12.5"
12.5"
14.5"
14.5"
14.5"
14.5"
14.5"
14.5"
5.56 / .223
55gr NATO
G1 BC.243
62gr M855
G1 BC.304
62gr M855A1
G1 BC.331
69gr SMK
G1 BC.305
77gr MK262
G1 BC.373
77gr TMK
G1 BC.420
55gr NATO
G1 BC.243
62gr M855
G1 BC.304
62gr M855A1
G1 BC.331
69gr SMK
G1 BC.305
77gr MK262
G1 BC.373
77gr TMK
G1 BC.420
55gr NATO
G1 BC.243
62gr M855
G1 BC.304
62gr M855A1
G1 BC.331
69gr SMK
G1 BC.305
77gr MK262
G1 BC.373
77gr TMK
G1 BC.420
55gr NATO
G1 BC.243
62gr M855
G1 BC.304
62gr M855A1
G1 BC.331
69gr SMK
G1 BC.305
77gr MK262
G1 BC.373
77gr TMK
G1 BC.420
Calculated
Velocity
2770 fps
2550 fps
2570 fps
2445 fps
2420 fps
2400 fps
2820 fps
2720 fps
2780 fps
2450 fps
2490 fps
2450 fps
2900 fps
2800 fps
2780 fps
2520 fps
2540 fps
2560 fps
3050 fps
2950 fps
2980 fps
2600 fps
2590 fps
2590 fps
50/200
400 m Zero
9.0 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
9.0 MOA
9.0 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
9.0 MOA
12.5 / 11.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
9.0 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
12.5 / 11.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
9.0 MOA
25/300
500 m Zero
9.0 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
9.0 MOA
9.0 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
9.0 MOA
9.0 MOA
12.5 / 11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
12.5 / 11.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
9.0 MOA
10.3" Barrel
5.56/.223 55gr NATO
G1 BC.243 2770 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 62gr M855
G1 BC.304 2550 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 62gr M855A1
G1 BC.331 2570 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 69gr SMK
G1 BC.305 2445 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 77gr MK262
G1 BC.373 2420 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 77gr TMK
G1 BC.420 2400 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
11.5" Barrel
5.56/.223 55gr NATO
G1 BC.243 2820 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 62gr M855
G1 BC.304 2720 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 62gr M855A1
G1 BC.331 2780 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 69gr SMK
G1 BC.305 2450 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 77gr MK262
G1 BC.373 2490 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 77gr TMK
G1 BC.420 2450 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
12.5" Barrel
5.56/.223 55gr NATO
G1 BC.243 2900 fps
9.0 MOA Alpha 25/300  500m
7.5 MOA Alpha 50/200  400m
5.56/.223 62gr M855
G1 BC.304 2800 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 62gr M855A1
G1 BC.331 2780 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 69gr SMK
G1 BC.305 2520 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
12.5 / 11.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 77gr MK262
G1 BC.373 2540 fps
11.5 MOA Alpha 25/300  500m
9.0 MOA Alpha 50/200  400m
5.56/.223 77gr TMK
G1 BC.420 2560 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
14.5" Barrel
5.56/.223 55gr NATO
G1 BC.243 3050 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 62gr M855
G1 BC.304 2950 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 62gr M855A1
G1 BC.331 2980 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 69gr SMK
G1 BC.305 2600 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
12.5 / 11.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 77gr MK262
G1 BC.373 2590 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 77gr TMK
G1 BC.420 2590 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
7.62x39 (AK) 123gr
BC.275 2350 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
Carbines
"The TARAC provided greater ability (...) to engage enemy insurgents across distances greater than 300m and within 600m, utilizing pointandshoot methodologies rather than complicated holdovers."  7+ yrs USASOC
 Increase max pointblank range by 70%
 Extend 25/300 m zero to 500 m
 Deploy Alpha for targets +350 m
 Aim center target
 Ballistically evaluated using Kestrel
 Accurate on 20" x 40" (mansize) target
Carbines
"The TARAC provided greater ability (...) to engage enemy insurgents across distances greater than 300m and within 600m, utilizing pointandshoot methodologies rather than complicated holdovers."  7+ yrs USASOC
 Increase max pointblank range by 70%
 Extend 25/300 m zero to 500 m
 Deploy Alpha for targets +350 m
 Aim center target
 Ballistically evaluated using Kestrel
 Accurate on 20" x 40" (mansize) target
Barrel
Length
14.5"
7.62/.308
16.0"
5.56/.223
16.0"
5.56/.223
16.0"
5.56/.223
16.0"
5.56/.223
16.0"
5.56/.223
16.0"
5.56/.223
16.0"
7.62/.308
16.0"
7.62/.308
16.0"
7.62/.308
18.0"
5.56/.223
18.0"
5.56/.223
18.0"
5.56/.223
18.0"
5.56/.223
18.0"
5.56/.223
18.0"
5.56/.223
18.0"
7.62/.308
18.0"
7.62/.308
18.0"
7.62/.308
20.0"
7.62/.308
20.0"
7.62/.308
20.0"
7.62/.308
Bullet
(AK) 123gr
BC.275
55gr NATO
G1 BC.243
62gr M855
G1 BC.304
62gr M855A1
G1 BC.331
69gr SMK
G1 BC.305
77gr MK262
G1 BC.373
77gr TMK
G1 BC.420
147gr
G1 BC.393
168gr
G1 BC.462
175gr
G1 BC.475
55gr NATO
G1 BC.243
62gr M855
G1 BC.304
62gr M855A1
G1 BC.331
69gr SMK
G1 BC.305
77gr MK262
G1 BC.373
77gr TMK
G1 BC.420
147gr
G1 BC.393
168gr
G1 BC.462
175gr
G1 BC.475
147gr
G1 BC.393
168gr
G1 BC.462
175gr
G1 BC.475
Calculated
Velocity
2350 fps
3100 fps
2980 fps
3010 fps
2700 fps
2650 fps
2650 fps
2680 fps
2580 fps
2430 fps
3230 fps
3050 fps
3050 fps
2800 fps
2712 fps
2712 fps
2740 fps
2620 fps
2480 fps
2800 fps
2700 fps
2600 fps
25/300
500 m Zero
11.5 MOA
6.0 MOA
7.5 MOA
6.0 MOA
7.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
8.0 / 7.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
9.0 MOA
11.5 MOA
6.0 MOA
6.0 MOA
6.0 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
11.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
9.0 MOA
50/200
400 m Zero
11.5 MOA
6.0 MOA
7.5 MOA
6.0 MOA
7.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
8.0 / 7.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
9.0 MOA
11.5 MOA
6.0 MOA
6.0 MOA
6.0 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
11.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
9.0 MOA
9.0 MOA
16.0" Barrel
5.56/.223 55gr NATO
G1 BC.243 3100 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
6.0 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 62gr M855
G1 BC.304 2980 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 62gr M855A1
G1 BC.331 3010 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
6.0 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 69gr SMK
G1 BC.305 2700 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 77gr MK262
G1 BC.373 2650 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 77gr TMK
G1 BC.420 2650 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
8.0 / 7.5 MOA Alpha
7.62x51/.308 147gr
G1 BC.393 2680 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
7.62x51/.308 168gr
G1 BC.462 2580 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
7.62x51/.308 175gr
G1 BC.475 2430 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
18.0" Barrel
5.56/.223 55gr NATO
G1 BC.243 3230 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
6.0 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 62gr M855
G1 BC.304 3050 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
6.0 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 62gr M855A1
G1 BC.331 3050 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
6.0 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 69gr SMK
G1 BC.305 2800 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 77gr MK262
G1 BC.373 2712 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
5.56/.223 77gr TMK
G1 BC.420 2712 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
7.62x51/.308 147gr
G1 BC.393 2740 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
7.62x51/ .308 168gr
G1 BC.462 2620 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
7.62x51/ .308 175gr
G1 BC.475 2480 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
20.0" Barrel
7.62x51/ .308 147gr
G1 BC.393 2800 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
7.62x51/ .308 168gr
G1 BC.462 2700 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
7.62x51/ .308 175gr
G1 BC.475 2600 fps
50/200  400 m zero
25/300  500 m zero
9.0 MOA Alpha
LMGs
 Increase max pointblank range by 40100%

Instantly extend
 200 m zero to 400 m
 300 m zero to 500 m
 400 m zero to 550/600 m  Aim center target
 Ballistically evaluated
 Accurate on 20" x 40" (mansize) target
LMGs
 Increase max pointblank range by 40100%

Instantly extend
 200 m zero to 400 m
 300 m zero to 500 m
 400 m zero to 550/600 m  Aim center target
 Ballistically evaluated
 Accurate on 20" x 40" (mansize) target
Weapon
M249 18.0"
M249 21.0"
M240 22.0"
M240 22.0"
M240 25.0"
M240 25.0"
Bullet
55gr NATO
G1 BC.243
55gr NATO
G1 BC.243
147gr 7.62
G1 BC.393
168gr 7.62
G1 BC.462
147gr 7.62
G1 BC.393
168gr 7.62
G1 BC.462
Calculated
Velocity
3200 fps
3300 fps
2840 fps
2700 fps
2920 fps
2800 fps
200  400 m
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
300  500 m
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
400
550 / 600 m
7.5 MOA
550 m Zero
7.5 MOA
550 m Zero
7.5 MOA
600 m Zero
7.5 MOA
600 m Zero
7.5 MOA
600 m Zero
7.5 MOA
600 m Zero
M249
18" Barrel
55gr NATO
BC.243 3200 fps
200  400 m zero
300  500 m zero
400  550 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
21" Barrel
55gr NATO
BC.243 3300 fps
200  400 m zero
300  500 m zero
400  550 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
M240
22" Barrel
147gr 7.62
BC.393 2840 fps
200  400 m zero
300  500 m zero
400  600 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
22" Barrel
168gr 7.62
BC.462 2700 fps
200  400 m zero
300  500 m zero
400  600 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
25" Barrel
147gr 7.62
BC.393 2920 fps
200  400 m zero
300  500 m zero
400  600 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
25" Barrel
168gr 7.62
BC.462 2800 fps
200  400 m zero
300  500 m zero
400  600 m zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
Heavy Machine Guns
 Increase max pointblank range by 50%
 Extend 500 m zero to 750/800 m
 Deploy Alpha for targets +600 m
 Aim center target
 Ballistically evaluated
 Accurate on 20" x 40" (mansize) target or vehicles
Heavy Machine Guns
 Increase max pointblank range by 50%
 Extend 500 m zero to 750/800 m
 Deploy Alpha for targets +600 m
 Aim center target
 Ballistically evaluated
 Accurate on 20" x 40" (mansize) targets or vehicles
Weapon
M2 Browning
0.50 Cal
M2 Browning
0.50 Cal
M2 Browning
0.50 Cal
Bullet
647gr
G1 BC.592
750gr
G1 BC1.070
800gr
G1 BC1.095
Calculated
Velocity
3044 fps
2820 fps
2895 fps
500  750 m
7.5 MOA
20" x 40"
7.5 MOA
20" x 40"
7.5 MOA
20" x 40"
500  800 m
9.0 MOA
30" x 60"
9.0 MOA
30" x 60"
9.0 MOA
30" x 60"
M2 Browning
0.50 647gr
BC.592 3044 fps
500  750 m zero
20" x 40" Target
7.5 MOA Alpha
0.50 647gr
BC.592 3044 fps
500  800 m zero
30" x 60" Target
9.0 MOA Alpha
0.50 750gr
BC1.070 2820 fps
500  750 m zero
20" x 40" Target
7.5 MOA Alpha
0.50 750gr
BC1.070 2820 fps
500  800 m zero
30" x 60" Target
9.0 MOA Alpha
0.50 800gr
BC1.095 2895 fps
500  750 m zero
20" x 40" Target
7.5 MOA Alpha
0.50 800gr
BC1.095 2895 fps
500  800 m zero
30" x 60" Target
9.0 MOA Alpha
300 BLK
 Instantly switch supersonic to subsonic
 Ideal for INFILs
 Aim center target
 Ballistically evaluated
 Accurate on 20" x 40" (mansize) targets
300 BLK
 Instantly switch supersonic to subsonic
 Ideal for INFILs
 Aim center target
 Ballistically evaluated
 Accurate on 20" x 40" (mansize) targets
Speed
Subsonic
Subsonic
Subsonic
Subsonic
SUPERSONIC
SUPERSONIC
SUPERSONIC
SUPERSONIC
SUPERSONIC
.300AAC
Blackout
187gr
BC.505
190gr
BC.437
208gr
BC.648
220gr
BC.650
110gr
BC.305
115gr
BC.284
120gr
BC.358
125gr
BC.320
135gr
BC.274
Calculated
Velocity
1000 fps
1000 fps
1000 fps
1000 fps
2300 fps
2275 fps
2200 fps
2100 fps
2100 fps
SubSuper
100 m Zero
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
7.5 MOA
25/200
400 m Zero
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
11.5 MOA
SubSuper
200 m Zero
26.0 MOA
26.0 MOA
26.0 MOA
26.0 MOA
26.0 MOA
26.0 MOA
26.0 MOA
26.0 MOA
26.0 MOA
Subsonic
187gr
BC.505 1000 fps
SubSuper 100 m Zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
187gr
BC.505 1000 fps
SubSuper 200 m Zero
26.0 MOA Alpha
190gr
BC.437 1000 fps
SubSuper 100 m Zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
190gr
BC.437 1000 fps
SubSuper 200 m Zero
26.0 MOA Alpha
208gr
BC.648 1000 fps
SubSuper 100 m Zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
208gr
BC.648 1000 fps
SubSuper 200 m Zero
26.0 MOA Alpha
220gr
BC.650 1000 fps
SubSuper 100 m Zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
220gr
BC.650 1000 fps
SubSuper 200 m Zero
26.0 MOA Alpha
SUPERSONIC
110gr
BC.305 2300 fps
SubSuper 100 m Zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
110gr
BC.305 2300 fps
SubSuper 200 m Zero
26.0 MOA Alpha
110gr
BC.305 2300 fps
25/200400 m Zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
115gr
BC.284 2275 fps
SubSuper 100 m Zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
115gr
BC.284 2275 fps
SubSuper 200 m Zero
26.0 MOA Alpha
115gr
BC.284 2275 fps
25/200400 m Zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
120gr
BC.358 2200 fps
SubSuper 100 m Zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
120gr
BC.358 2200 fps
SubSuper 200 m Zero
26.0 MOA Alpha
120gr
BC.358 2200 fps
25/200400 m Zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
125gr
BC.320 2100 fps
SubSuper 100 m Zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
125gr
BC.320 2100 fps
SubSuper 200 m Zero
26.0 MOA Alpha
125gr
BC.320 2100 fps
25/200400 m Zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
135gr
BC.274 2100 fps
SubSuper 100 m Zero
7.5 MOA Alpha
135gr
BC.274 2100 fps
SubSuper 200 m Zero
26.0 MOA Alpha
135gr
BC.274 2100 fps
25/200400 m Zero
11.5 MOA Alpha
Warranty
 Lifetime warranty
 Made with militarygrade glass
 Incredibly scratch resistant
 Built for abuse
 Functions in the harshest environments
Warranty
 Lifetime warranty
 Made with militarygrade glass
 Incredibly scratch resistant
 Built for abuse
 Functions in the harshest environments
SOF Reports
*REDACTED* 13+ years in United States Special Operations Command (USASOC) units. Special Forces Sniper Course level 1 & 2 graduate. Extensive training and operational experience in CQB and long range sniper operations.
The Alpha was utilized for 6 months of operational experience while deployed to the *REDACTED* AOR. Environmental conditions consisted of a mean ambient temperature of 109*F, with extreme wind and dust conditions.
Unit was received a few days prior to deployment. Working through email, Ken Decker, was extremely helpful in ensuring that the build process was quick and manufactured to the specific needs of the user.
Once deployed, the unit was mounted on a M4 10.3″, 14.5″, and 16″ upper receiver groups (URG). The 10.3″ URG optic consisted of an Aimpoint T2 Micro, 14.5″ 16x ELCAN SPECTRE DR, and the 16″ URG utilized a Leupold Optics MK6 318mm scope.
The Alpha TARAC integrated with each URG seamlessly. The Unit shipped with a quick reference card for 3 different ammo DODIC’s most commonly used by USASOC units for the 3 different URG (User Requested). This was requested to be built for an M4 shooting 5.56mm but after using the unit after only a few hours, it was evident that it would be useful on any of the weapons systems a USASOC unit has.
The tactical mount makes mounting extremely fast and secure. Put it on in front of the optic and it’s ready to go. That simple, no tools required. Ease of use also saves trainers time to train a young soldier on holdovers. No holdover is necessary. Just flip it up and engage your target.
The Alpha TARAC will increase a unit’s hit probability beyond 300m (Army Standard Qual Range) guaranteeing greater successful target engagements. The absolute best feature about this unit, is the ability to customize the unit for any added bias needed to meet operational requirements. This feature is incredibly useful with untrained snipers or precision rifleman. The user can have a unit built to a weapon’s point blank zero and, now, that weapon is immeasurably more lethal in the hands of any soldier.
*REDACTED* 7+ years in United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC). Special Forces Advanced Reconnaissance Target Analysis and Exploitation Techniques Course (SFARTAETC) graduate, grad of Special Operations Terminal Attack Controller Course (SOTACC) and, Sensitive Site Exploitation Course. Multiple rotations through *REDACTED* and *REDACTED* AOR. Extensive training and real world experience in close quarters battle, direct action, and counter terrorism roles. Multiple assignments to USASOC Crisis Response Force units tasked with AOR CT operations.
The Alpha TARAC was utilized during a *TIME REDACTED* months long deployment to the *REDACTED* AOR conducting direct action operations against a myriad of threat networks during both summer and winter months with operational temperatures dropping into the low teens with highs in the upper 90s to low 100s F, at times extreme dust and wind conditions existed.
Alphas were received during initial month in country. Customer service utilized during the deployment was exclusively email and personal contact through a tacomHQ military rep. The units supplied were tailored towards individual needs of the warfighter, each optic being custom fit to bullet grain/BC and weapon system alike. The micro CQB variant unit was provided for standard M4 with a 50/200 meter zero with 77 grain 5.56 and gave the weapon a 500m zero.
Once the units arrived in country the Alpha TARAC was attached to a 14.5 standard SOCOM modified M4A1 with a Leupold LCO optic. The secondary unit was placed upon a FN 240B 7.62 belt fed machine gun utilizing an ELCAN 6X fixed power optic. Both units shipped with a quick reference guide for multiple common Army DODICs detailing the alternate zeroes provided by the Alphas by type of round and muzzle velocity.
After a short time it became increasingly apparent how easy and capable the system was to use scaled across the wide variety of SOCOM weapon systems. The attractiveness of the system is in its simplicity. With the operator simply having to mount the optic in front of their main optic system, it is ready to go. Due to the operational scope and practice of a special operations unit today, simplicity is of paramount importance for warfighter implementation. Most often simplicity boils down to pure effectiveness and lethality, with a point and shoot methodology being completely embodied by this weapon optic system. This fact was proven over a six month period of time with the optic being utilized over varied terrain and distance.
The TARAC provided greater ability for myself and adjacent indigenous/infantry enablers to engage enemy insurgents across distances greater than 300m and within 600m, utilizing point and shoot methodologies rather than complicated holdovers reliant upon range cards or extensive training. The undoubtable reality of the TARAC optic is its ability to effectively and dramatically increase SOCOM units’ lethality and capability at extended ranges, increasing the likelihood of deadly effects upon the enemy.
There was an increased hit probability by both single shot man portable (M4A1) weapon systems as well as belt fed crew served weapons (M240B) as well. The ability of the tacomHQ TARAC optic to be utilized by the lowest common denominator support soldier to a highly trained SOCOM operator is universal and its ability to scale between weapon systems and individuals in invaluable. The TARAC would be an invaluable tool if added to any SOCOM end users weapon systems and armament.
*RANK REDACTED* 3RD Ranger Battalion Assaulter
Initially, I didn’t see much use for [a Alpha on] a carbine, as I knew all my mil holds to 800m with 5.56, 7.62 and WM. I’m someone who hates BDC reticles in ACOGS and Elcans because I could get better hits with holds. I didn’t really see why I’d ever run a Alpha because it’s basically doing the same thing. (Though you’re still holding on a target in the bottom of your field of view with a BDC and not with a Alpha).
I switched to the Alpha on my personal gun about 9 months ago, and that was due to running a 16 vortex back to back with and without the Alpha on a UKD range from 25500m.
I use a 50/200m battlefield zero that way its quasipoint of aim = point of impact to about ~300m and with the Alpha (in 7.5MOA) it gets you on at 400m and lethal to 500. I got decent hit percentage without it, but it took me longer to eyeball the distance. With the Alpha, I just flipped it up when it looked too far and held center mass out to ~500, where I favored high on the target. [The Alpha] Improved my hit probability by about 30% and got me 1st round hits at 400+ (its way more of an obvious difference on someone who doesn’t have dope memorized.. like night and day better). Granted, if I took the time and 12″ drilled the targets, my hits were about the same or slightly better than without the Alpha, but I was going for efficiency of time/total rounds. I then ran the same course with an Aimpoint T2 with a 3x magnifier (with the prism) and actually ended up with my fastest time, mainly due to the ability to switch mag quickly and do center holds without thinking about it.
Its honestly even more useful with thermals. Mainly because, in my experience, when you mag in on a thermal optic, dudes look all Mario Brothers pixelated and your reticle washes out against a bright black and white target image. The ability to hold center takes a lot of the thought process out. The end goal of the optic in general is to take out the guesswork. Honestly, its never going to replace a qualified and proficient marksman. I still don’t technically need a Alpha, I’m just faster with one, so I use it.
My goto is 7.5 MOA, as it will take a 62gr M855A1 (and 175gr SMK 7.62) in either 25/300 or 50/200 zeroes to 500 or 400m, respectively, AS WELL as take a 100m subsonic .300blk zero to a 100m supersonic zero. Sort of a one size fits all.
SOF Reports
*REDACTED* 13+ years in United States Special Operations Command (USASOC) units. Special Forces Sniper Course level 1 & 2 graduate. Extensive training and operational experience in CQB and long range sniper operations.
The Alpha was utilized for 6 months of operational experience while deployed to the *REDACTED* AOR. Environmental conditions consisted of a mean ambient temperature of 109*F, with extreme wind and dust conditions.
Unit was received a few days prior to deployment. Working through email, Ken Decker, was extremely helpful in ensuring that the build process was quick and manufactured to the specific needs of the user.
Once deployed, the unit was mounted on a M4 10.3″, 14.5″, and 16″ upper receiver groups (URG). The 10.3″ URG optic consisted of an Aimpoint T2 Micro, 14.5″ 16x ELCAN SPECTRE DR, and the 16″ URG utilized a Leupold Optics MK6 318mm scope.
The Alpha TARAC integrated with each URG seamlessly. The Unit shipped with a quick reference card for 3 different ammo DODIC’s most commonly used by USASOC units for the 3 different URG (User Requested). This was requested to be built for an M4 shooting 5.56mm but after using the unit after only a few hours, it was evident that it would be useful on any of the weapons systems a USASOC unit has.
The tactical mount makes mounting extremely fast and secure. Put it on in front of the optic and it’s ready to go. That simple, no tools required. Ease of use also saves trainers time to train a young soldier on holdovers. No holdover is necessary. Just flip it up and engage your target.
The Alpha TARAC will increase a unit’s hit probability beyond 300m (Army Standard Qual Range) guaranteeing greater successful target engagements. The absolute best feature about this unit, is the ability to customize the unit for any added bias needed to meet operational requirements. This feature is incredibly useful with untrained snipers or precision rifleman. The user can have a unit built to a weapon’s point blank zero and, now, that weapon is immeasurably more lethal in the hands of any soldier.
*REDACTED* 7+ years in United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC). Special Forces Advanced Reconnaissance Target Analysis and Exploitation Techniques Course (SFARTAETC) graduate, grad of Special Operations Terminal Attack Controller Course (SOTACC) and, Sensitive Site Exploitation Course. Multiple rotations through *REDACTED* and *REDACTED* AOR. Extensive training and real world experience in close quarters battle, direct action, and counter terrorism roles. Multiple assignments to USASOC Crisis Response Force units tasked with AOR CT operations.
The Alpha TARAC was utilized during a *TIME REDACTED* months long deployment to the *REDACTED* AOR conducting direct action operations against a myriad of threat networks during both summer and winter months with operational temperatures dropping into the low teens with highs in the upper 90s to low 100s F, at times extreme dust and wind conditions existed.
Alphas were received during initial month in country. Customer service utilized during the deployment was exclusively email and personal contact through a tacomHQ military rep. The units supplied were tailored towards individual needs of the warfighter, each optic being custom fit to bullet grain/BC and weapon system alike. The micro CQB variant unit was provided for standard M4 with a 50/200 meter zero with 77 grain 5.56 and gave the weapon a 500m zero.
Once the units arrived in country the Alpha TARAC was attached to a 14.5 standard SOCOM modified M4A1 with a Leupold LCO optic. The secondary unit was placed upon a FN 240B 7.62 belt fed machine gun utilizing an ELCAN 6X fixed power optic. Both units shipped with a quick reference guide for multiple common Army DODICs detailing the alternate zeroes provided by the Alphas by type of round and muzzle velocity.
After a short time it became increasingly apparent how easy and capable the system was to use scaled across the wide variety of SOCOM weapon systems. The attractiveness of the system is in its simplicity. With the operator simply having to mount the optic in front of their main optic system, it is ready to go. Due to the operational scope and practice of a special operations unit today, simplicity is of paramount importance for warfighter implementation. Most often simplicity boils down to pure effectiveness and lethality, with a point and shoot methodology being completely embodied by this weapon optic system. This fact was proven over a six month period of time with the optic being utilized over varied terrain and distance.
The TARAC provided greater ability for myself and adjacent indigenous/infantry enablers to engage enemy insurgents across distances greater than 300m and within 600m, utilizing point and shoot methodologies rather than complicated holdovers reliant upon range cards or extensive training. The undoubtable reality of the TARAC optic is its ability to effectively and dramatically increase SOCOM units’ lethality and capability at extended ranges, increasing the likelihood of deadly effects upon the enemy.
There was an increased hit probability by both single shot man portable (M4A1) weapon systems as well as belt fed crew served weapons (M240B) as well. The ability of the tacomHQ TARAC optic to be utilized by the lowest common denominator support soldier to a highly trained SOCOM operator is universal and its ability to scale between weapon systems and individuals in invaluable. The TARAC would be an invaluable tool if added to any SOCOM end users weapon systems and armament.
*RANK REDACTED* 3RD Ranger Battalion Assaulter
Initially, I didn’t see much use for [a Alpha on] a carbine, as I knew all my mil holds to 800m with 5.56, 7.62 and WM. I’m someone who hates BDC reticles in ACOGS and Elcans because I could get better hits with holds. I didn’t really see why I’d ever run a Alpha because it’s basically doing the same thing. (Though you’re still holding on a target in the bottom of your field of view with a BDC and not with a Alpha).
I switched to the Alpha on my personal gun about 9 months ago, and that was due to running a 16 vortex back to back with and without the Alpha on a UKD range from 25500m.
I use a 50/200m battlefield zero that way its quasipoint of aim = point of impact to about ~300m and with the Alpha (in 7.5MOA) it gets you on at 400m and lethal to 500. I got decent hit percentage without it, but it took me longer to eyeball the distance. With the Alpha, I just flipped it up when it looked too far and held center mass out to ~500, where I favored high on the target. [The Alpha] Improved my hit probability by about 30% and got me 1st round hits at 400+ (its way more of an obvious difference on someone who doesn’t have dope memorized.. like night and day better). Granted, if I took the time and 12″ drilled the targets, my hits were about the same or slightly better than without the Alpha, but I was going for efficiency of time/total rounds. I then ran the same course with an Aimpoint T2 with a 3x magnifier (with the prism) and actually ended up with my fastest time, mainly due to the ability to switch mag quickly and do center holds without thinking about it.
Its honestly even more useful with thermals. Mainly because, in my experience, when you mag in on a thermal optic, dudes look all Mario Brothers pixelated and your reticle washes out against a bright black and white target image. The ability to hold center takes a lot of the thought process out. The end goal of the optic in general is to take out the guesswork. Honestly, its never going to replace a qualified and proficient marksman. I still don’t technically need a Alpha, I’m just faster with one, so I use it.
My goto is 7.5 MOA, as it will take a 62gr M855A1 (and 175gr SMK 7.62) in either 25/300 or 50/200 zeroes to 500 or 400m, respectively, AS WELL as take a 100m subsonic .300blk zero to a 100m supersonic zero. Sort of a one size fits all.