TangoDown Participates in NTOA Conference, Releases iO-004 Cover
In September, at the National Tactical Officer’s Association tactical conference in Phoenix, AZ, TangoDown was on hand to talk about their newest accessory: the iO-004, a cover that accommodates Aimpoint’s T-2, H-2, and R-2 models.
The iO-004 has the same fit as the T-1 iO cover, with these additional features:
- Keeps optic body and lenses protected in extreme, harsh environments
- Solid caps which provide protection from lens damage
- One-handed operation
- Convenient nesting keeps them out of the way during optic use
- Two color options, Black & Flat Dark Earth
- Thermoplastic polyurethane material resists solvents, oils, and UV exposure
- Material takes most spray paints and hydro-dip processes
Visit: https://tangodown.com/shop/io-cover-for-aimpoint-t-2-io-004/ for more information on the iO-004.
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