Command Results


“Never forget that your weapon was made by the lowest bidder." - Unknown

Armor Optic



• Safeguard optics and your zero.

• Ergonomically engineered for minimal visual and optic control interference.

• Weighs 6 – 12 oz. (varies upon length and selected add-ons)

  • Advantages
  • Limitations
  • Durability
  • Installation

• Braces serve as a roll-cage to isolate optics from external forces.

• Fits around setup to prevent having to detach and re-zero.


6061 Aluminum 
L 0.38″ x W 4.00″ x H 3.76″ (from top of rail)
L 10mm x W 112mm x H 96mm (from top of rail)


6061 Aluminum
L 0.38″ x W 4.40″ x H 4.11″ (from top of rail)
L 10mm x W 112mm x H 104mm (from top of rail)

Type II High Impact PVC 
L 0.75″ x W 4.40″ x H 4.11″ (from top of rail)
L 19mm x W 112mm x H 104mm (from top of rail)


• Focus on your mission, not your rifle.

• Prevents becoming a liability.

• Protect optics at minimal expense.

• Ideal for schoolhouses and squads with finite budgets.

• Armor Optic universally fits most scopes, thermals, and NV.

• Available in two sizes:  Micro and Macro.  See ‘INTEL’ for specs.

Other functions:

  • Camouflage attachment
  • Carry-handle
  • Brace against a car door, building, window, or under a vehicle.
  • Lanyard(s) attachment for HELO transport / security
  • Fast-roping
  • SNOT
  • Airborne operations
  • Mass tactical exits
  • Military free fall

• Protects optics when getting service or a replacement is not a now-option.



• Armor Optic uses 0.75 or 1.50 inches of rail space when machined from 6061 aluminum or Type II PVC, respectively.

• Check rail space to determine optimal material.

Two Vets Tripods


• Matte carbon fiber; when every ounce counts.

• Reinforced matte carbon fiber; fiberglass core insert for superior impact resistance.

• Thin, compact, and chemical resistant.

• Braces use 0.75″ of rail space.

• Superior impact resistance with low impact memory (bounces back to shape).

• Braces use 1.50″ of rail space.

*Spray painted

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Two Vets Tripods


Step 1) Insert carbon fiber rods with crossbar into braces.
Step 2) Apply ARP thread lubricant to all bolts including under the bolt head.
Step 3) Position clamps onto picatinny rail.
Step 4) Align braces onto clamps.
Step 5) Insert bolts and tighten to 50 in/lbs.

Made in the U.S.A.