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Unity Tactical FUSION Friday

FUSION, by Unity Tactical, is a system of modular, multi-purpose components that provide end users unparalleled flexibility in mounting accessories to weapon platforms.  It offers complete control in attachment of lights, lasers, sights, and other equipment to achieve complete integration, optimal placement, lightest weight, and most economy of space.

This FUSION configuration features the Micro Hub 2.0 and LightWing – Left.  The Micro Hub 2.0 features a top hole pattern that matches Steiner DBAL lasers (A2, A3, I2 models).  DBAL variants are heavily used by military and law enforcement agencies around the globe, while the Class1 versions are very popular among armed citizens in the US.  The factory mount can be removed and replaced with the FUSION Micro Hub 2.0, creating a more compact platform for attaching other accessories, like lights.  In this case, a Surefire M600U Scout Light has been affixed to a FUSION LightWing – Left.  This configuration will cantilever the light backwards and place the bezel in line with the emitters on the DBAL-I2.  The Scout Light’s factory mount has been removed to create a direct mount with the LightWing, and thus a lower profile that is also raised above the bore.  This entire configuration is much more compact than using factory mounts and allows for a 12 o’clock placement of a dual pressure switch (like the pictured TAPS Standard) on a shorter rail like this Daniel Defense RIS II.

FUSION Config 5A BreakOut

FUSION components are machined from 6061-T6 aluminum and MILSPEC Type 3 anodized.  Designed and made in the US from US materials and good ole’ fashioned American innovation.  FUSION is the original and best modular accessory mounting system.  Make your gear work for you, not the other way around.

FUSION Config 5B BreakOut

FUSION components are available from Unity Tactical and authorized dealers to build your perfect setup.

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One Response to “Unity Tactical FUSION Friday”

  1. mike says:

    Kinda surprised they don’t make a tapeswitch housing that could be the hub for the accessories.

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