Any information on a mount for a PVS-14 that would put it behind a standard scope.
I am wanting to mount it behind a standard scope on a 300 BLACKOUT bolt gun. I have used
this setup by just holding it by hand as long as the target is well illuminated. The round
is low recoil and have had hits out to 200you yards, would like to shoot with hands free.
Also run an IR laser for close in work, but would prefer to dial dope at distance for
this cartridge. Have a plan to fabricate my own mount if nothing is available.
I am using this one handed mount
in the Aimpoint twist style.
Works fast and truely one handed in the dark.
This is what I use, just imagine that the scope ring holding the setup was a third scope ring (not one of the two that mount the scope to the gun) canted of the the left at around the 10 o'clock position. If you use a QD ring like the Warne, you can attach and detach the setup FAST.
Ingredients: short length of rail about the size of the one in the pic (rails designed to be mounted to the top and bottom of standard plastic M16 handguards work perfectly for this and are CHEAP), one slot YHM riser or equivalent (any riser of that height will do, but using the smallest one possible saves weight), one scope ring, preferably QD style (a pair will equip two guns), standard NVD weapon mount. This is extremely solid, won't shake off like a friction fit mount can do, and is cheap.
SkyPup, Is that adjustable for different size scopes or a fixed size, where did you pick it up? Thanks
It has different flexible plastic inserts to fit different scopes:
Roger, appreciate the info.