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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 6/7/2003 10:09:12 AM EST
Well it looks like I have pretty much settled on buying an IOR Valdada M2, looks like it will serve my needs, could be shorter and lighter but otherwise it is exactly what I am looking for in a 4X.

I want to mount this on a flattop with a QD one-piece mount of some sort, that will keep zero with repeated removing. So far it looks like the ARMS #35 with medium high rings will give me the most flexibility. One question though, are the medium height rings the right height rings to use? I want to mount this roughly 1.45 to 1.5 inches off the flattop, measuring to the center of the optic. Basically put it roughly the same height as the irons, maybe a bit higher.

I was also looking at an armalite one-piece mount, but wasn't sure they had one for 30mm tubes, would hold zero as well with repeated removing, and if the wider rings (fore-aft dimension) would fit between the diopter and zero knobs on the tube.

Are there any other options I am missing as far as a one-piece mounts go? Any other insight would be appreciated, thanks.
Link Posted: 6/7/2003 3:03:43 PM EST
Go with the ARMS setup you described. You wont be disappointed. It is the perfect height in my opinion, and ARMS products are top notch.
Link Posted: 6/8/2003 7:08:35 PM EST
[Last Edit: 6/8/2003 7:09:02 PM EST by jason_h]
Hey glock63 thanks for the reply. What type of scope do you have mounted in your setup? Do you have a fixed front sight, and if so, does it show up as a shadow? I will have a fixed front sight in front of mine, so I am a bit worried if it will show up. Then again, maybe the question is moot, since I know the high rings would put the scope up too high based on the measurements of the rings themselves.
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