Unity Tactical MARK Helmet Accessory Kit

$69.00$137.00

Black
Flat Dark Earth (FDE)
SKU: N/A

Product Description

MARK Kit Includes:

  • (1 Pair) Unity MARK Mount
  • (1 Pair) Selected Rail/Helmet Adapter
  • (1 Pair) Headset Mounting Wireforms
  • Mounting Hardware
  • Installation Instructions

Ear Pro Compatibility:

  • Most MSA Sordin models (requires Unity SARA adapters, Sold Separately)
  • Most 3M Peltor models
  • Most Howard Leight models

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SARA Sordin Adapters

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California Prop 65 Warning

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Customer Reviews

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Danny C.
Unity tactical mark

Great adapters (mtek version) fits my hard head veterans bump helmet perfectly. This was my first time experience with them. The install was easy due to the instructions that came with them, less then 5 minutes. Excellent product I highly recommend. And milspec retail excellent service as always just love the store.

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Marc

Unity Tactical MARK Helmet Accessory Kit

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Cory D.
Works with Howard Leight impact only with heavy mods

The flat spot on the legs that keeps the ear piece from just sliding off the legs is opposite of the HL impacts. Its 90 degrees off. The ear piece just slips off the end. I had to take a hammer+anvil and beat a new flat spot 90 degrees from theirs. 1st I tried to twist the end of the leg 90degrees but it just snapped 1/4inch off of the 1st leg i tried. Same exact issue if your using walker razors 90 degrees of of the flat spot stopper. Definitely not worth the price they charge for these. Regret the purchase. Sorry but being honest. Does not work without mods risking destroying. For $80 we shouldn't have to take a hammer to it to make it work correctly. 2 stars since after I hammered on them they seem to work alright so far.