Laser Aiming Device
The TA-830 is a covert infrared (IR) twin-laser aimer and illuminator for individual or crew-served weapons. The user may adjust TA-830 beam intensity to best suit the lighting condition, target contrast and range. The projected aiming beam may be selected as steady, fast or slow pulsing modes and a selectable illuminator provides a covert augmenting light for night vision operations in extremely dark environments. In addition, the powerful illuminator beam can be narrowed to provide a target or point of interest to other NVG equipped personnel. The unique design of the TA-830 ensures continued operation under heavy recoil.
Reflex Sighting System
AGUILA is a mission dedicated innovative electronic reflex sighting systems currently in operational use around the world. A key benefit of the AGUILA sight is interchangeability on assault rifles (with or without an under-barrel grenade launcher) and handheld 40mm grenade launchers. One sighting system for different types of handheld infantry weapons makes operational-, logistical- and lifecycle cost sense.
The WMI-125 is a powerful handheld or weapon-mounted white light illuminator used for target identification and area illumination. A wide variety of accessories are available for the WMI-125 series of tactical lights including an infrared filter that allows them to be used with night vision devices to provide for target / area illumination in complete darkness.