Badger Ordnance adds tan SLICK to lineup

01/3/19 5:30 AM | by

The Sniper Lightweight Integrator Combat Kit, or SLICK, now comes colored in tan. (Photo: Badger Ordnance)

Badger Ordnance expands its offerings with the introduction of a tan version of its Sniper Lightweight Integrator Combat Kit. The tan SLICK provides users with a means to mount universal night sights and thermal optics. The mount features eight positions to attach night vision options, lasers/illuminators or red dots to the M151 Spotting Scope. The SLICK features a permanently attached top rail designed to accommodate coaxial laser range finders or other MIL-STD 1913 mounted laser range finders.

The mount allows users to mount night sights and thermal optics. (Photo: Badger Ordnance)

The modular SLICK ships with all needed hardware required to install and operate. The SLICK is MIL-SPEC compliant and boasts an anodized hard coat Type III in tan. For those that like a classic look, the company also offers the SLICK in black.

“The SLICK is a complete modular Night Vision integration kit for the M151 Spotting Scope (Leupold Mk 4). The SLICK allows for the use of all current clip on Universal Night Sights and Thermal optics,” Badger Ordnance said in a statement.

The SLICK in tan is available through Triad Tactical and features a price tag of $550.

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