Norotos Lo-Sto helmet mount IN STOCK and ready for immediate shipment-
No reason to wait 4 months for a lesser mount someplace else!!Norotos Lo Sto mount with bayonet AND dovetail
Norotos Lo-Sto Helmet mount, force to overcome model that will come with BOTH dovetail and horn (bayonet) plates.
What do you need to helmet mount a PVS14? See article at link below-Helmet mounting article
Once again, this is the easier to use FORCE TO OVERCOME model.
Now you can buy ONE mount that will grow with you as your NV goes.
Usually people buy a PVS14 as their first night vision device and later buy a dual tube set or dual bridge 2 PVS14s.
Because the PVS14 J arm is a horn also known as "bayonet" socket and dual tube sets and dual bridge platforms take a "dovetail" socket, a user ends up buying multiple different mounts and has to keep track of which mount for which device, etc.
With the Lo Sto mount You can easily change the bracket from a dovetail to a horn (bayonet) setup. Hence, you can buy ONE mount that you can use for ANY style socket with a quick change of the plate which is easily done, quickly without tools. Less expensive and more versatile than a G24 mount.
The Lo-Sto Helmet mount force to overcome is designed to meet a critical demand for a lightweight and compact mounting solution- weighing only 4.8 oz. which projecting a mere 2.35" when folded. Compact and lightweight while perserving the Norotos standard for quality-engineered excellence. The Lo-Sto displays extended rugged field use while providing a mechanical advantage through manufactured precision.
The Lo-Sto's NVG center of gravity and ergonomic wearability maximizes user comfort and extended application. Single handed easy operating tacticle differentials further heighten comfort enriching safety while maintaining custom fit adaptability, include glide rite infinitely adjustable vertical, tilt and fore/aft levers.
With the Norotos Anti-Wobble Quick-Change Adapters Lo-Sto allows the availability of rapid transfer between HORN and DOVETAIL style NVGs, permitting increased adaptability while retaining peak Anti-Wobble stability. Force-to-Overcome deploy/stow release ensures safe and firm user pressure activation for NVG flip-up/flip-down.
Engineered elegance and manufactured precision unite to reveal the most advanced night vision helmet mount available. The Lo-Sto delivers an unparalleled combination of lightweight minimal silhouette capable of enduring through the most demanding field conditions, maintaining safe and easy operational differentials, while becoming the pinnacle of comfort and Anti-Wobble stability.
Ergonomically Optimized Vertical, Tilt, and Fore/Aft-Eye-Relief Adjustment Levers for a custom-fit user experience
Helmet Mount Release Button allows quick one-handed release from Helmet Bracket or Shroud
Force-to-Overcome Deploy/Stow Release enables single-handed decisive user pressure flip-up/flip-down
Low Stow minimal visual aspect in stow position
Horn & Dovetail NVG Interchangeability with dual sockets for quick-change conversion
Universal NVG Compatible for PVS-7B/D, PVS-14, PVS-7A/7C, PVS-15, PVS-18, PVS-21, & PVS-31
Glide-Rite Infinitely Adjustable in both vertical and horizontal directions
Reduced Weight & Enhanced NVG Center of Gravity prevents user fatigue allowing long-term ergonomic wearability
Auto Shut-Off when NVG in stow position or removed from mount
Durable Helmet Mount Surface Finishes withstand extreme environmental and field conditions
Safe & Easy Operational Tactile Differentials on operating levers, knobs, and buttons
Normally in stock- usually noted at the top of the page, or 3-6 weeks for new shipments.
One more time because 1 guy missed this- THIS IS THE EASIER TO USE FORCE TO OVERCOME MODEL
. Which means all you have to do is push the mount up to get it to go back on the helmet, no release button to try to find in the dark, just push the mount and NODs up to get them out of the way.
NOTE- the instruction card that Norotos send with these that shows how to adjust the mount also shows the "breakaway" version of this mount. As we have noted 4 times in this item description, the mount you are ordering here it the easier to use FORCE TO OVERCOME model and we do not sell the push button release model!
Note- in order to Helmet mount a PVS14 you need a couple things-
1. Helmet with shroud like our Ops Core FAST bump helmet (see related items)
2. Helmet mount like this Norotos Lo Sto mount
3. J arm for the PVS14, like a standard military J arm or the AX PRO articulating arm (see related items). We HIGHLY recommend ditching the US GI military J arm and going with an AX PRO dovetail arm for more features and better lock up.
On dual tube sets like the Katana you may find that you need to remove the bayonet interface which sits behind the dovetail interface to allow for more adjustment room if need be.
Call or email for Arfcom discounts- 912.375.1480 912.379.9441[email protected]AX14-PRO Articulating Featherweight NV mount for PVS14
This is the NEW Noisefighters AX-14 PRO arm. IN STOCK NOW!
Our toughest and most versatile mounting arm for the PVS-14. Less than half the weight and significantly more stiff than a milspec J-Arm, with our proprietary rotating knuckle that provides a tight stow against the helmet and also allows the monocular to be temporarily swung away from the eye: the AX14-PRO delivers a rearward sweep for greater helmet compatibility, multiple anti-rotation features for improved rigidity, reinforced joints with stainless steel washers for smoother movement, and it is also our first maritime-rated arm, with genuine 316 stainless steel and mil spec anodized aluminum hardware. An excellent upgrade for single night vision monocular users. Requires a dovetail style helmet mount. Like our Norotos Lo Sto mount -see related items on right.
What all do you need to helmet mount a PVS14? 1. Helmet with shroud. 2. Helmet mount like the Norotos Lo sto mount. 3. Swing arm like the AX PRO here 4. PVS14 You will need ALL of these componets to helmet mount. See article at link-
The Noisefighters AX14-PRO™ is a featherweight night vision monocular mounting arm for the PVS-14 and similar devices, produced with cutting edge manufacturing and material technologies. The AX14-PRO weighs only 0.9 oz / 26 g total, or approximately 52% less than a milspec J-Arm, yet it is significantly more rigid due to the unique design. Just attach a monocular, snap the complete assembly into an industry-standard dovetail helmet mount, and enjoy. An intuitive, friction-based mechanism allows users to swing the PVS-14 monocular in front of either the left or right eye and perfectly adjust for interpupillary distance.
The AX14-PRO is the successor to our original X14-Arm and includes a new, desirable feature: a knuckle is integrated into the arm which allows the entire monocular to both swing away from the eye temporarily and, when not in use, tightly stow against the helmet, significantly lessening the chance for damage during movement under doorways or out of vehicles. This knuckle is supplemented with metal washers for smooth and consistent movements. To be clear, the articulating knuckle permits full range of motion and tight stowing on both the left and right side.
The mechanism is pretensioned at the factory and should never need to be adjusted, but a simple hex key wrench may be used for adjustment as necessary.
A slight rearward sweep of the inner arm helps position the monocular eyepiece closer to one's eye and provides greater compatibility for those with larger helmets.
Multiple anti-rotation features prevent the monocular from rotating and loosening with vibrations.
The choice of a high performance polymer from Arkema® produces a nearly indestructible monocular mount. The highly impact-resistant material chosen for the AX14-PRO should absorb shocks and bounce back into shape instead of fracturing when dropped, bent, or otherwise stressed.
All hardware is made of genuine, passivated 316 stainless steel and mil spec anodized aluminum for the ultimate in salt water corrosion resistance. The AX14-PRO is truly maritime rated.
A tether (or dummy cord) attachment point is featured on the rear of the AX14-PRO to keep the entire system secure.
A no-questions-asked, transferable lifetime warranty is included. The Noisefighters AX14-PRO is proudly made and assembled in the U.S.A. and was designed by a Marine Corps combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan.
Considerations to account for when using this product:
This arm is NOT COMPATIBLE with bayonet-style night vision helmet mounts. You MUST HAVE a dovetail-type night vision helmet mount.
No auto-shutoff system is integrated. Users must manually turn off the monocular when articulating or flipping up and stowing equipment on top of the helmet.
COMPATIBLE WITH: MILSPEC PVS-14, VYPER-14, MOD3 (AUTOGAIN VERSION ONLY)
HELMET MOUNTING COMPATIBILITY: DOVETAIL
INTERPUPILLARY DISTANCE (IPD) COMPATIBILITY: 55 - 75mm
MATERIALS USED: HIGH PERFORMANCE POLYMER FROM ARKEMA®; MIL SPEC ANODIZED ALUMINUM; 316 STAINLESS STEEL
TOTAL ASSEMBLED WEIGHT OF THIS PRODUCT: 0.9 OZ / 26 g
DIMENSIONS: 3.5 x 1 x 1.25"
ESTIMATED COMBINED WEIGHT WITH A MILSPEC PVS-14 ATTACHED (L3® UNFILMED 11769 TUBE, NO BATTERY, NO EYECUP RETAINING RING, NO RUBBER EYECUP, NO DEMIST SHIELD INSTALLED): 11.8 OZ
ESTIMATED COMBINED WEIGHT WITH A LIGHTWEIGHT NIGHTLINE, INC. NL914C MONOCULAR (L3® UNFILMED 11769 TUBE, NO BATTERY, NO EYECUP RETAINING RING, NO RUBBER EYECUP, NO DEMIST SHIELD INSTALLED): 10.9 OZ
WARRANTY: LIFETIME, TRANSFERABLE
MADE AND ASSEMBLED IN THE U.S.A. BY A DISABLED U.S.M.C. COMBAT VETERAN OWNED COMPANYAX14 PRO articulating NV mount
Multicam Soft case for NODs-Multicam padded soft case for NV
We secured only about 100 of these Brand New Multicam soft cases for protection of your Night Vision device in the field.
I've been very impressed with this case! Has MOLLE attachments on rear so if you want to attach this to a pack or other gear it will hold securely. The entire case is padded to protect your NODs. Fastex buckle and zip top for redundancy on keeping your gear safe.
Open the case to find a ton of room for NODs and accessories. A small velcro sewn in bag attached to the top flap holds small items like batteries, sacrificial filters, LIFs, etc. A pocket in the rear can be used to hold manuals, data sheets, etc. A heavy duty elastic bag is there in the rear also to help secure items. A heavy padded false bottom (that I'm holding up in pic) can be used to adjust the size of the pouch or to divide contents with an additional padded divider in bottom.
Plenty of room for 1 or even 2 PVS14s, or a dual tube set and a PVS14, or a PVS14 and a soft harness like a Nightcap. If your that last guy on Earth still using an old "skull crusher" (military head mount) note that the skull crusher will NOT fit in this (too long).Multicam padded soft case for NV