Quantico Tactical Announces STALKER from Safran Optics 1

Aberdeen, North Carolina – July 16, 2020 – Quantico Tactical®, the largest North Carolina based federal contractor, is proud to announce STALKER from Safran Optics 1.

The STALKER from Optics 1 is a lightweight, handheld, day/night target acquisition, surveillance, and reconnaissance device capable of locating targets even in the most adverse conditions.  It uses a Class 1 eye-safe laser and can range over 5,000m in harsh conditions, with a maximum range of 10,000m in good conditions.  The system utilizes a low power consuming digital magnetic compass to determine azimuth and inclination. Customers may also be familiar with the Optics 1 MOSKITO TI, a similar device, only the STALKER has an integrated SAASM (Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module) GPS.

“The STALKER is a great tool for reconnaissance, surveillance, and targeting,” said Sam Lerman, Vice President of Sales & Marketing.  “This is a resource for dismounted soldiers to quickly and accurately locate and relay positions of interest to supporting forces.”

The Stalker has multiple interfaces, including RS-232 and USB for data exchange.  The system utilizes three observation modes: Direct View Day Optics, Low Light CMOS Optics, and LWIR Thermal Imager.

One Response to “Quantico Tactical Announces STALKER from Safran Optics 1”

  1. Fister says:

    Ok as a former fister, what is shown in the users face? If I’m calling for fire, and I “range” a target get it wrong. Can I hit a button and scan across the AO and call in the correction? Is it in degrees or mils? Can you hook up a second viewing window to try to show them the target or targets location. Can you switch from MGRS to Lat Log? Dah so many questions not available to us.