Thyrm Introduces the VariArc – Soldier Systems Daily
Thyrm Introduces the VariArc
Conceived by Josh Jackson (SWAT-LEO) at LMS Defense, with input from other SWAT-team leaders and active-duty special operations soldiers, the VariArc helmet mount features locking teeth biased to the forward position, keeping your light aligned for the most critical uses; but with a firm twist, the VariArc mount unlocks and rotates through 8 additional lower-force index points for administrative tasks and diffused lighting options. Its small footprint and low-profile keep things tidy and the 1913 picatinny rail allows for maximum compatibility with visible and IR lights. Its reinforced polymer construction is built to remain fully functional through extreme temperatures, dirt, dust, sand, water, drops on concrete, and other rough handling.
“We wanted to develop a no compromises mounting solution that allowed our customers to mount one light and use it for all their needs” said Andrew Frazier, CEO of Thyrm, “ and it’s been great to see initial production units already in use with both elite law enforcement and military personnel across the globe.”
-Positively locks in the forward index position
-Picatinny accessory rail with 3 slots and 4 ridges
-Retention holes on both ends for dummy wiring critical gear
-Durable, reinforced polymer construction with steel hardware
-Compatible with dovetail-style helmet rails
-Available in black and flat dark earth colorways
As with all Thyrm products, VariArc mounts are designed and made in the USA.
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