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Posted: 12/19/2005 4:20:35 PM EDT
...a 90 degree mount?

http://gggaz.com/products/offset_vf_mount.php

Thanks!
Link Posted: 12/20/2005 2:52:16 AM EDT
I found one at Brownells and it was only about $20 compared to the GGG for $75. It works pretty well but I changed my set-up so I don't need it. It's in great shape and you can have it for $10. Where in GA are you located? One note: it only fits 1913 type picatinny rails, not Weavers.

MadDog
Link Posted: 12/20/2005 6:16:19 AM EDT

Originally Posted By MadDogDan:
I found one at Brownells and it was only about $20 compared to the GGG for $75. It works pretty well but I changed my set-up so I don't need it. It's in great shape and you can have it for $10. Where in GA are you located? One note: it only fits 1913 type picatinny rails, not Weavers.

MadDog



Up in Gwinnett (Duluth). I am definitely interested in the item. IM/Email?
Link Posted: 12/20/2005 10:59:43 AM EDT

Originally Posted By MadDogDan:
I found one at Brownells and it was only about $20 compared to the GGG for $75. It works pretty well but I changed my set-up so I don't need it. It's in great shape and you can have it for $10. Where in GA are you located? One note: it only fits 1913 type picatinny rails, not Weavers.

MadDog



Do you know who made it? I tried looking for one on brownells website, but couldn't find it.

P.S. - if "skebe" decides not to take the mount, I might be interested.
Link Posted: 12/20/2005 3:06:56 PM EDT

Originally Posted By skebe:
...a 90 degree mount?

http://gggaz.com/products/offset_vf_mount.php

Thanks!



Look at the LaRue mount and a true weapons light. I have use the GG&G offset mount and it put the light too far from the thumb for reliable activiation. YMMV The LaRue drops it vertically. Much easier to control.
Link Posted: 12/20/2005 4:42:53 PM EDT

Originally Posted By pcurtis:

Originally Posted By skebe:
...a 90 degree mount?

http://gggaz.com/products/offset_vf_mount.php

Thanks!



Look at the LaRue mount and a true weapons light. I have use the GG&G offset mount and it put the light too far from the thumb for reliable activiation. YMMV The LaRue drops it vertically. Much easier to control.



Only problem is that this will be going on a flattop. There are no side or bottom rails for this particular application. Allthough I have been thinking about putting the LaRue on my AK. =)

This will be for anchoring a laser to be triggered via the trigger hand.
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