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“Fortune favors the brave.” – Terence

Bravo TARAC®

INTEL

• Optically add 0 – 60 mils (0 – 200 moa) to any riflescope without changing rails, rings, cheek position, or 100-m zero, model specific.

• Interchangeable rail and scope mount solutions available, model specific.

  • Advantages
  • Models

• The Bravo TARAC features patented prism technology to optically shift your target image higher, so you aim higher to compensate for bullet drop. The result is an optical, not mechanical, elevation gain to shoot beyond your scope’s travel.

• Models:

Ultra-Light
L 2.37″ x W 2.56″ x H 3.12″
L 60mm x W 65mm x H 79mm
30 mil or 100 moa | Rail 7.2 oz
Custom elevation | Rail  10.0 oz

Light
L 2.56″ x W 3.48″ x H 3.12″
L 65mm x W 88mm x H 79mm
30 mil or 100 moa | Rail 7.6 oz  | Scope 9.6 oz
Custom elevation | Rail 10.4 oz | Scope 12.4 oz

Magnetic
L 2.56″ x W 3.48″ x 3.20″
L 65mm x W 88mm x H 81mm
30 mil or 100 moa | Rail 10.2 oz | Scope 12.2 oz
Custom elevation | Rail 13.0 oz | Scope 15.0 oz

• Color: Carbon Black

• Review import/export code(s) and requirements here.

Tactiholics

Advantages

• Starts at 7.2 oz.

• Optical | Add 0-60 mils (0-200 moa) to any riflescope with a single unit; saves weight and rail space.

• Flip | Add or subtract elevation and dial 0-90 mils (0-300 moa) without gaps.

• Stack | Dial 0-120 mils (0-400 moa) without gaps.

• Ideal for values LESS than 90 mil or 300 moa.

• Minimal light loss.

• Convert the Bravo to a rail or scope mount solution in minutes; model specific. No special tools required.

• Rail mount Bravos feature a premium American Defense QD mount that can be replaced versus being integral to the housing and thus require an entirely new unit if compromised.

• Optimized to be directly in front of scopes on 1.5″ scope rings.

• Works with scopes on canted rails up to 40-moa.

Models

Ultra-light

• Add 0 – 60 mils (0 -200 moa) of fixed elevation at 7.2 oz.

• Rail mount only (saves weight).

• Starts at $889 and includes a Nanuk 903 tactical hardcase.

• No other industry option is lighter.

• Stack Bravos for additional elevation.

• Scope centerline remains constant.

•  Rail mount only.

• Scope centerline remains constant making it susceptible to optical interferences from a barrel.

• Refraction may induce chromatic aberration at large elevation values.  Upgrade to the Charlie TARAC® to eliminate this variable, and to increase your scope centerline to overlook barrel mirage.

Light

• Add 0 – 60 mils (0 – 200 moa) of fixed elevation at 7.6 oz.

• Rail or scope mount bolt-on.

• Starts at $914 and includes a Nanuk 903 tactical hardcase.

• Interchangeable rail and scope mounts.

• Stack Bravos for additional elevation.

• Scope centerline remains constant.

• Flip to dial 0 – 90 mils (0 – 300 moa) without gaps; requires a big rail.

For example, if your scope is on a 30 mil rail, this nets 30 mils (+30 rail). Use a 30 mil Bravo inverted to subtract and net 0 mil (+30 rail – 30 Bravo = 0). Remove the Bravo to return to 30 mils (+30 rail). Use the Bravo upright to add and net 60 mils (+30 rail + 30 Bravo = 60). Therefore, one can achieve 0 – 90 mils of dialable elevation because at each interval you can run your scope.

• No magnets for attachment (saves weight).

• Scope centerline remains constant making it susceptible to optical interferences from barrel.

• Refraction may induce chromatic aberration at large elevation values.  Upgrade to the Charlie TARAC® to eliminate this variable, and to increase your scope centerline to overlook barrel mirage.

Magnetic

• Add 0 – 60 mils (0 – 200 moa) of fixed elevation at 10.2 oz.

• Rail or magnetic scope mount.

• Starts at $1,170 and includes a Nanuk 903 tactical hardcase.

• Interchangeable rail and scope mounts.

• Stack Bravos for additional elevation.

• Scope centerline remains constant.

• Flip to dial 0 – 90 mils (0 – 300 moa) without gaps; requires a big rail.

For example, if your scope is on a 30 mil rail, this nets 30 mils (+30 rail). Use a 30 mil Bravo inverted to subtract and net 0 mil (+30 rail – 30 Bravo = 0). Remove the Bravo to return to 30 mils (+30 rail). Use the Bravo upright to add and net 60 mils (+30 rail + 30 Bravo = 60). Therefore, one can achieve 0 – 90 mils of dialable elevation because at each interval you can run your scope.

•  Rare Earth magnets add weight and collect debris.

• Scope centerline remains constant making it susceptible to optical interferences from barrel.

• Refraction may induce chromatic aberration at large elevation values.  Upgrade to the Charlie TARAC® to eliminate this variable, and to increase your scope centerline to overlook barrel mirage.

Made in the U.S.A.