Warranty and Returns
At MODTAC we design and manufacture kit and accessories for those on the front lines of both the battlefield and the streets of our nation. Extensive product testing, and constant upgrades go into each of our products. This means that we expect our products to perform and last when you need them the most.
MODTAC guaranties all of our products to be free from manufacturing or material defects. In the event a customer identifies a defect of this type MODTAC will take the appropriate actions to rectify the situation with the customer.
MODTAC offers a replacement warranty on all plastic parts, such as the Chemlight Cache and Antenna Keeper for 12 months, or one overseas deployment. If the part fails under any type of normal and intended use, please provide us a picture of the broken part, and a shipping address for the replacement, and we’ll send one out right away. (No returns needed for plastic parts).
CARBON FIBER PARTS
Our carbon fiber Suppressor Shields and forends are intended to take quite a bit of abuse ranging from extreme high temperatures, to banging around gun cases and trucks.
The standard Suppressor Shield is intended to withstand suppressor temperatures of up to 800° F. Depending on barrel length and type of suppressor, 800° F is generally reached when firing 60 rounds in under 10 minutes. MODTAC recommends that a full cooling cycle (return to ambient air temperature) is conducted before continuing to shoot.
The Suppressor Shield – In Extremis and all Rail Attach Coupler (RAC) models are designed to withstand suppressor temperatures up to 1,000° F. Depending on barrel length and type of suppressor, 1,000° F can be reached when firing 90 rounds fired in under 10 minutes. MODTAC recommends that a full cooling cycle (return to ambient air temperature) is conducted before continuing to shoot.
Firing more than the above mentioned number of rounds in less than a 10 minute period, or causing the suppressor to get hotter than these temperatures will cause damage to the Suppressor Shield and the hardware.
The first indication that your suppressor is getting too hot, is significant smoke emanating from the Suppressor Shield. If this is the case stop shooting immediately or permanent damage can be caused to the Suppressor Shield.
NOTE: During the first few heating cycles, it is normal to see some smoke coming off of the Suppressor Shield as the coatings cure.
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