The Small Arms Collimator

Sometimes 'close enough' isn't good enough.

The Small Arms Collimator helps armed professionals establish and maintain a precise zero.

A good zero is the foundation for effective marksmanship. A poor or imprecise zero not only causes misses- it causes CONSISTENT misses. Routine zero confirmation ensures that shooters go into the fight with a good zero... and the SAC makes those routine checks possible in any environment.

Improved combat effectiveness

Red dot and magnified optics provide significant advantage- if they're properly zeroed. The ability to confirm zero in the field is critical to ensure that shooters are able to make accurate hits.

Less collateral damage

When shooters miss their intended target, the bullet goes somewhere. In crowded urban environments (domestically or overseas), an errant round could take an innocent life.

More quality range time

The SAC dramatically reduces zero range time (by 66%, according to a US Army source). Less time on the zero range means more time conducting combat marksmanship training.


Reports indicate that the SAC saves $750 per zero iteration at the company level- in ammo costs alone. The SAC will quickly pay for itself by saving ammunition, time, and other resources.

Need more information?

For information on what the collimator is, how it works, and how it can benefit you or your organization, please visit our knowledge center...

Knowledge Center

Already have a collimator?..

Check out our user guide for articles and videos (coming soon) that will help you use the collimator properly so that you get the most out of this valuable tool.

User Guide

Interested in Purchasing?

Unfortunately, we are not able to sell collimators on our website or provide pricing information publicly. If you're interested, please contact us directly. Note that, in order to provide you with pricing or take an order, we will need some information from you:

  1. Type of weapon, including caliber and barrel length
  2. Type and model of muzzle device (flash hider, muzzle brake, etc.)
  3. Type of sight and height above bore
  4. Location and type of front sight post (when applicable)

Including this information with your inquiry will help us respond to you more quickly and more accurately.

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