Norotos 3-Gap Shroud

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*** THIS SHROUD IS ONLY COMPATIBLE WITH NOROTOS TATM! THE LEGACY NOROTOS INVG OR AKA2 MOUNTS ARE COMPATIBLE WITH THE CONVERSION KIT BUY HERE. THE CONVERSION KIT IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH HYPER MOUNTS!

***Norotos merchandise are constructed for navy and regulation enforcement use and test-fitted on the manufacturing unit, and because of the finishes used, could show put on marks or blemishes from testing, packaging, and storage, and will not have a cosmetically flawless look when new. These marks are usually not indicative of a “used” product.***

The Norotos 3 Gap Shroud is essentially the most well known NVG helmet shroud in service with US Particular Operations Forces as we speak. It’s customary problem with US Naval Particular Warfare operators and Marine Particular Operations Command. Norotos has been working intently with operators to develop a state-of-the-art NVG mount resolution that addresses the realities of contemporary warfare. The unmistakable 3 Gap Shroud is the product of this design effort. This straightforward shroud readily attaches to any helmet presently in use with US Forces that’s drilled with the usual MARSOC/WARCOM 3 gap sample. It may be retrofitted with the non-obligatory Norotos Strap Equipment to suit helmets drilled within the single gap sample or non-drilled helmets.

The Norotos 3 Gap Shroud may be very easy and makes use of Norotos’ proprietary shroud interface. This technique operates in a different way from the usual interface, however is way decrease profile and comprises the discharge mechanism within the shroud fairly than the mount. This retains issues streamlined and does away with protruding levers that may be snagged throughout excessive depth operations, inadvertently dumping the optic from the helmet. The discharge mechanism is straightforward and intuitive.

The three Gap Shroud is safe and operationally sound. The unit itself is extraordinarily low profile with no sharp edges to snag risers throughout airborne ops. In actual fact, except it goes towards your SOP, the shroud doesn’t should be taped for a leap. Though it requires a proprietary interface for the mount, present customary problem USGI Rhino Arms might be retrofitted with Norotos 2 Gap Titanium Conversion Plates to simply work with this unit (a logistical bonus as a result of it should permit your unit to exchange their previous, worn out or damaged MICH or PASGT Plates with out having to put money into a completely new system). It should additionally take the Norotos TATM and TATM(Massive Arm) mounts proper out of the field. Different Norotos mounts might be tailored to suit utilizing Norotos-manufactured conversion plates (if you’re confused as to which conversion plate to get, please name us and we are going to get you squared away).

Norotos has a protracted historical past of growing and manufacturing leading edge specialty mounts for the DOD. They’ve currently been getting extra consideration within the industrial market and demand for his or her merchandise has been rising. We met one in every of their engineers at SHOT Present and had been instantly impressed with what he needed to present us. Their design, engineering, and manufacturing are second to none and we’re very excited to supply their merchandise.

Export of Norotos merchandise is managed by the U.S. Division of Commerce below Export Administration Rules (EAR) and the U.S. Division of State, Directorate of Protection Commerce Controls Bureau of Political-Navy Affairs, in accordance with 22 U.S.C. 2778-2780 of the Arms Export Management Act (AECA) and the Worldwide Visitors in Arms Rules (ITAR). (22 CFR Components 120-130) regulate Wilcox merchandise.

It’s illegal to export, or try and export or in any other case switch or promote any {hardware} or technical information or furnish any service to any overseas particular person, whether or not overseas or inside the US, for which a license or written approval of the U.S. Authorities is required, with out first acquiring the required license or written approval from the Division of the U.S. Authorities having jurisdiction.

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