Add Scopes To Bolt & Semi-Autos Easily
The BEST WAY to mount a scope on your ex-military rifle. WHY?
- No major alteration to your valuable firearm
- No drilling or tapping of the ultra hard receiver
- Do the work yourself
- Handsome ruggedness
- Guaranteed to hold zero
- Unmatched versatility
- Can be removed and/or reinstalled easily
S&K Insta-Mounts are available in both S&K style (which include 1" Low Matte Rings) and Weaver rings style (Rings not included, base only).
Big Book Catalog, Issue:71, Page:267
The Geissele AR-15/M4 Super Precision series of scope mounts are optimized for use with an AR-15/M4 upper. The mounting surface spans 7 picatinny sections and utilizes 4 shear lugs. These mounts use Geissele’s update of the classic nut and bolt method for clamping the mount to the picatinny rail, which is the most secure method of attaching your scope to your weapon. Each nut and bolt combination provides 1,400 pounds of clamping force, much more than any lever mounting arrangement. The Geissele Super Precision Mounts are available in 7075-T6 high strength aluminum.
To create a mount with the best possible return to zero Geissele machines the entire mount from a single piece of billet aluminum. This allows them to add pockets and ribs throughout the mount for added strength and rigidity. It allows them to line bore the caps to each another and then serialize the caps to the body. The line bore operation creates the best possible fit to the body of your scope so that you can apply proper torque without fear of crushing or damaging the body of your scope. Another advantage of machining from a single piece of aluminum is that Geissele is able to create a mount with cap locations that will suit a wide variety of scopes. All mounts are available in zero and 20 MOA cant options, and either black type 3 hard coat anodize or DDC (Desert Dirt Color) type 3 hard coat anodize.
When Every Ounce Counts; The Strength Of Steel Without The Weight
One-piece construction blends the ring and base into a single unit. Eliminating the ring/base joint not only keeps weight to a minimum, it provides a stronger mount. Each ring cap is 5⁄8" wide, with four, TORX screws, to keep large scopes from slipping or shifting. Designed by Mel Forbes of New Ultralight Arms.
Big Book Catalog, Issue:71, Page:268