Glint in Military History

2020 Apr 17th

Glint is a serious threat to operational security. Being detected because of reflections has resulted in the loss of personnel, the failure of missions, and has even changed the course of battles. The Japanese Army's second attack on Henderson Air Force base in WWII's Battle of Guadalcanal …

How Weapon Sight Polarizers Work

2020 Apr 17th

The Problem Glare and reflections from glass surfaces such as windows and windshields can seriously degrade your view. In MOUT operations, surface glare can prevent the identification and targeting of threats. In hostage situations, glare can make it impossible to differentiate between h …

Camouflaging & Cleaning your ARD

2020 Apr 17th

In critical counter sniper situations, the killFlash® disk’s black honeycomb surface can be painted to match a camouflage scheme. Get full directions on how to camouflage your ARD at Armament.com. You can also clean your ARD with the same care you would use with any fine optical surface. …