PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS

LEVEL III+ BODY ARMOR

STEP 1.

Open lower cover.

STEP 2.

Place body armor plate and trauma pad inside with trauma pad between you and plate. Velcro strap around both armor plate and trauma pad so they are set up as far up as they can sit. Do the same with the back plate and trauma pad.

*11×14 plates will take more time to insert because of the snug fitment.

STEP 3.

Velcro the cover down for further plate support.

STEP 4.

Un-velcro the shoulder strap.

STEP 5.

Pull strap back and adjust to your liking. It is recommended to have the top of the armor plate up to your sternum. Re–attach all components of the shoulder strap and try on. Make adjustments as needed.

STEP 6.

After installing the plates and adjusting the shoulder straps, place the carrier on. Lift velcroed front cover open.

STEP 7.

Attach both sides of the cummerbund while plate carrier is on you. Fit to your liking.

STEP 8.

Re–attach the cover and snap the bottom strap button underneath.

LEVEL III+ BODY ARMOR LITE

STEP 1.

Open lower cover.

STEP 2.

Place body armor plate and trauma pad inside with trauma pad between you and plate. Place armor plate and trauma pad so they are set up as far up as they can sit.

*10×12 plates will take more time to insert because of the snug fitment.

STEP 3.

Velcro the cover down for further plate support.

STEP 4.

Do the same with the back plate and trauma pad.

STEP 5.

Pull strap back and adjust to your liking. It is recommended to have the top of the armor plate up to your sternum. Re–attach all components of the shoulder strap and try on. Make adjustments as needed.

STEP 6.

After installing the plates and adjusting the shoulder straps, open the front cover, un-velcro the cummerbund and place the carrier on.

STEP 7.

Attach both sides of the cummerbund while plate carrier is on you. Fit to your liking.

PREDATOR V1 / RED DOT / GREEN DOT

INSTALLATION

1. Locate a proper mounting position on your rifle.

2. Loosen the Mounting Screws from the Ring Mount.

3. Install and adjust the scope at a proper position to suit your shooting preference, then tighten the Mounting Screws.

4. The scope is now ready to be zeroed.

ZEROING SCOPE

The purpose of zeroing the scope is to ensure that the scope is aligned with the impact point of the pellet or bullet from the rifle.


1. Place a target 100 yards away (25 yards for
airgun scopes).

2. Ideally use a steadying device such as a bipod or shooting stand, aim at the center of the target and fire a test shot, if safe to do so.

3. If the impact point of the pellet or bullet is exactly in the center of the target, then the scope is zeroed. If it is not, you will need to adjust the reticle using the windage and/or elevation adjustments.

4. Vertical Adjustment (Elevation) – Unscrew the protective cover on the top of the scope. Use your fingers to turn the adjusting knob as required. One click in either direction equals approximately 1/2 inch at 100 yards. Re–attach and tighten the protective cover.

5. Horizontal Adjustment (Windage) – Unscrew the protective cover on the right side of the scope. Use fingers to rotate the adjusting knob as required. One click in either direction equals approximately 1/2 inch at 100 yards. Re–attach and tighten the protective cover.


6. Having adjusted the windage and elevation as required, fire, if safe to do so, another test shot. Keep adjusting and test firing until the test shot impacts on the center of the target when the reticle is on the center of the target. This can seem a tedious process but is vital for accurate shooting.

BATTERY REPLACEMENT

1. Firmly hold the Power Switch in one hand.

2. Open the battery compartment cap by unscrewing the cap.

3. Remove the battery and install the new one.

4. Replace the cap and fasten it.

CARE & MAINTENANCE

1. Take care not to drop or knock the scope once it is zeroed.

2. Keep the protective lens covers in place when the scope is not being used.

3. Maintain the metal surface of the scope by removing any dirt or sand with a soft brush so as to avoid scratching the finish.

4. Wipe the lens with a clear flannel cloth to keep it clean and dry. In order to avoid scratching the glass, ensure both the lens and cloth are clean.

5. Store the scope in a cool dry place when not in use. Be careful to avoid contact with acid, alkaline or corrosive chemicals.

6. Do not attempt to lubricate any part of the scope.

7. Do not disassemble the scope. Do not loosen or remove screws or parts. Any such or similar actions will void the warranty.

PREDATOR V2 / REFLEX SIGHT

BATTERY

Your Electro-Dot(E/D) sight is powered by 3pcs LR44/AG13 cell batteries. If your reticles grow dim or there is no light, you will need to replace the batteries. To install them, unscrew battery cover and insert new ones +side up, and replace the cover.

MOUNTING

Your E/D sight includes an integrated rail that fits standard, dovetailed bases. This is suitable for most applications. Because of unlimited eye-relief with the E/D sight, you provide at least three inches of clearance between the end of LED & Mirror housing and your eye when shooting. Set the rail onto the base so that the rail claw align with the crosscut grooves. Work the claw into the base until the cross-bolt seats into the groove. Securely tighten the locking screw with an Allen wrench including in the E/D sight.

ZEROING SIGHT

Select the reticle you desire by turning the reticle selector knob and set the intensity at the best position for you. With the E/D sight mounted, rest the gun on a solid support and aim at a target 50 to 100 yards (or meters) away. Test shots should be done in the same conditions to achieve maximum accuracy for adjustment, for which the use of firm rest for firing and same type cartridge is recommendable. Each click adjustment moves the point of impact by 1 MOA (approximately 1″ at 100vbs, 1/2″ at 50 yards).

POWER

1X

OBJECTIVE APERTURE

40mm x 28mm

FIELD OF VIEW

15.8m@100m

LENGTH

92mm
PREDATOR V3 / MICRO RED DOT

INSTALLATION

1. Turn battery cap counter clockwise to remove.

2. Insert a battery with positive (+) end towards the battery cap (Battery type CR2032).

3. Tighten battery cap by hand, or using a coin. Do not overtighten.

4. The scope is now ready to be zeroed.

MOUNTING SIGHT

1. Loosen the mounting bolt, using included Allen wrench.

2. Install the sight to the weapon rail by tightening the mounting bolt. Be sure the bolt is positioned in a rail slot for proper fit.

3. To avoid overtightening, tighten the screw until you meet light resistance, then tighten another 1/2 to 3/4 turn (20” lbs of torque).

4. If you plan to leave the sight mounted permanently, we recommend using Loctite on the mounting screw.

OPERATION

Turn the rotary knob to activate the sight and adjust the brightness. After use, remember to turn the sight back to “0” to turn it off and conserve battery life.

ZEROING

When mounted correctly, the predator typically only requires slight adjustment to zero.


1. Remove windage and elevation cap.

2. Set up a target at 25 yards, and fire 3 shots.

3. Find the center of your points of impact and adjust the windage and elevation accordingly. At 25 yards, each “click” of adjustment will move the point of impact by roughly 1/4”. So if your point of impact is 1” low, you would adjust elevation “up” by 4 clicks.

4. Continue steps 1 and 2 until your sight is zeroed. Do not continue to adjust windage and elevation mechanisms if you encounter resistance. This can damage the sight.

5. Turn the rotary knob “off”, and verify that your sight is still mounted securely to your weapon.

6. Replace windage and elevation caps.

FALCON V1 / 3X MAGNIFIER

ASSEMBLY

Mount the magnifying housing to the mount by using the short screws provided. The “Tacticon” logo will be on the same side of the tightening nut. If the magnifier is not level with your optic, there is an optional shim to raise the magnifier higher and longer screws provided.

ALIGNMENT

On the top/side of the magnifier, there are flathead adjustment screws used to help align your red dot in the center of the magnifier. This is NOT a typical elevation/windage adjustment. If you cannot move your dot left/right any further, adjust the other screw. The lenses move in a diagonal direction and will need adjustments to both screws in order to center your dot.

LASER SIGHT

BATTERY INSTALLATION

1. Insert the largest Allen key (6mm) into the battery cover and turn counter–clockwise to remove cover.

2. Insert three (3) LR41 batteries with the beveled edges facing downward into the sight and replace the battery cover.

3. Press the power button on the back of the sight to test the laser.

*AVOID EYE CONTACT WITH THE LASER

MOUNTING SIGHT

Insert the medium sized Allen key (4mm) into the rail tightening bolt and loosen/tighten to secure the sight to the picatinny rail on your firearm.

ZEROING LASER

Insert the smallest Allen key (2mm) into either the top slot to calibrate elevation (up/down) or side slot to calibrate windage (left/right) for precision accuracy.

FIREFLY V1

BATTERY INSTALLATION

1. Unhinge the back of the laser sight battery cover.

2. Insert a battery with positive facing down in the left bank and insert a battery with the positive facing up in the right bank.

3. Reinstall the battery cover.

4. Take the screw and install on the back of the cover with a Phillips screwdriver.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1. Never look directly into the laser beam.

2. Never point the laser beam at a person.

3. Do not allow children to use flashlight unless under the supervision of an adult.

LASER ADJUSTMENTS

1. To adjust the elevation, install the Allen key provided into the top Allen key hole.

2. Turn clockwise to move the dot down.

3. To adjust windage, insert the Allen key provided into th eleft side of Allen key hole.

4. Turn clockwise to move the dot left and counter–clockwise to move the dot right.

MOUNTING SIGHT

1. Remove track rail screw as far back as possible.

2. Slide Laser Sight onto the picatinny rail by pushing on the screw.

3. Tighten down the track rail screw completly until it cannot tighten anymore.

3 MODES

LASER ON – SPIN KNOB BEHIND LASER TO TURN ON
FLASHLIGHT ON – PRESS BUTTON BEHIND FLASHLIGHT TO TURN ON

1. Flashlight with laser

2. Laser

3. Flashlight

FIREFLY V2

INSTALLATION

1. Loosen and remove the rail clamp bolt.

2. Slide the unit onto the rail located under the barrel of the pistol, then align the hole for the clamp bolt with the open key slot of your railing system.

3. Re–insert and tighten the rail clamp bolt to lock into place (clockwise).

LASER SIGHT ADJUSTMENTS

SWITCH OPERATION

Take the excess strap and secure it with the excess strap adjuster.

STROBE (FLASHLIGHT ONLY)

Light will change to strobe by pressing On/Off buttons once more while the light is working.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

•Direct viewing of the laser is hazardous to the eyes.
•Never look directly into the laser beam.
•Never point laser beam at a person.
•Do not aim beam at reflective surfaces.
•Do not allow children to use laser sight unless under adult supervision.

CHARGING THE BATTERY

1. Take out the charging adapter and cable, connect them together.

2. Have the charging adapter connected with the product and the USB head connected with the charger.

3. Charging time: 2 hours approximately, full charge when all 5 light indicators are lit.

BATTLE BEAM V1R / V1G

INSTALLATION

Loosen the mount screw and align the unit on pistol rail. Position the screw in the picatinny rail groove and tighten in.

LASER SIGHT ADJUSTMENT

CHARGING THE BATTERY

1. Take out the charging adapter and cable, connect them together.

2. Have the charging adapter connected with the product and the USB head connected with the charger.

3. Charging time: 2 hours approximately, full charge when the light indicator stops blinking.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Direct viewing of the laser is hazardous to the eyes. Never look directly into the laser beam. Never point laser beam at reflective surfaces. Do not allow children to use laser sight without adult supervision.

BATTLE TORCH V1

INSTRUCTIONS

1. Attach the Battle Torch by unscrewing the mounting bolt and attaching the torch to your picatinny or weaver rail. There are 3 mounting hole options to guarantee a snug fit near your trigger guard.

2. Check to make sure the Battle Torch is tightly on your firearm. If there is any loose play, check to make sure the mounting bolt is securely mounted correctly.

3. To turn on, depress the on/off switch found on the side rear of the torch. The on/off switch is ambidextrous which allows a smooth operation from either side.

4. There are 2 modes of the Battle Torch:
a. Running Light (constant beam)
b. Strobing light (flashing light)

5. To turn off, press the on/off switch a third time.

INSTALLATION

Loosen the mount screw and align the unit on pistol rail. Position the screw in the picatinny rail groove and tighten in.

CHARGING THE BATTERY

1. Take out the charging adapter and cable, connect them together.

2. Have the charging adapter connected with the product and the USB head connected with the charger.

3. Charging time: 2 hours approximately, full charge when all 5 light indicators are lit.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Direct viewing of the light is hazardous to the eyes. Never look directly into the light. Never point the light at reflective surfaces. Do not allow children to use the flash light without adult supervision.

LASER BORESIGHT / .223 / 5.56 / 9mm

BATTERY INSTALLATION

1. Twist the cap off the Tacticon Bore Sighter counter clockwise to open the battery housing.

2. Insert (2) LR41 (9mm bore sight) or (3) LR41 (.223 / 5.56 bore sight) batteries into the housing negative end first.

3. Twist the cap clockwise to secure the batteries.

4. You should now see a visible laser.

BATTLE BELT

INSTRUCTIONS

STEP 1

Peel back the belt to reveal the adjustable strap.

STEP 2

Un-velcro the adjustable strap

STEP 3

Adjust to the desired length.

STEP 4

Pull the metal clip forward on the strap.

STEP 5

Velcro the belt back together. Both sides of the clip are adjustable. Place belt on and adjust to your fitment.

RIFLE SLING

INSTRUCTIONS

STEP 1:

Attach the strap to your firearm with the clips. Take the length strap adjusters and equally adjust the strap to your desired length.

STEP 2:

Take the excess strap and secure it with the excess strap adjuster.

STEP 3:

If there is plenty of excess strap, you can cut the extra off and heat the ends to prevent fraying.