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Posted: 6/15/2009 11:56:20 AM EST
I am considering getting the cantilever mount for a M3, I think m68? I was wondering if you can remove those and put them back on and it still be zeroed? Also, What mount from Larue would everybody recommend for a tactical scope, can you remove these and put them back on and it be zeroed also?
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 12:02:16 PM EST
Go to the Larue website, they have videos and testimonials about their repeatability, you should be good to go
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 12:06:45 PM EST
I've removed and remounted my LT-129-mounted ML3 countless times. It's held zero every time.
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 12:09:00 PM EST
[Last Edit: 6/15/2009 12:09:47 PM EST by imortal]
You can also go to the LaRue forum in the Industry section in here.

In order to better help you, there are 2 mounts for the M3/ML3. One is straight, one cantilevered. It is a matter of preference.

Yes, LaRue mounts maintain zero.

Scope mounts are a personal choice, and depends also on what scope you are mounting. Again, go to the LaRue forum, and they will help you out.
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 2:20:42 PM EST
Put them back in the same rail slot and you will be good to go.
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 2:37:30 PM EST

My LaRue LT-129 cantilever Aimpoint QD mount

LaRue QD mounts are the best in return to zero performance and quality.

There are some videos that shows they throw the Aimpoint with these mounts on the gravel a few times, shown the Aimpoint full of scratches and dents then after mounting it on the same position, there is no change in zero (check out the Aimpoint tacked threads).

I wouldn't recommend owners doing that.

Both straight and cantilever models LaRue Aimpoint QD mounts have a spare battery compartments.


Link Posted: 6/15/2009 4:25:36 PM EST
Originally Posted By afmdss306:
I am considering getting the cantilever mount for a M3, I think m68? I was wondering if you can remove those and put them back on and it still be zeroed? Also, What mount from Larue would everybody recommend for a tactical scope, can you remove these and put them back on and it be zeroed also?


As far as I'm concerned, it doesnt get any better than Larue. Not only is the quality of their products insanely great, but their customer service and relations is second to none.

If you are looking for a traditional scope mount for your AR, go with the SPR or SPR-E. They return to zero as well.

Also, I would order directly from the Larue website; there is a good chance you might get some extra goodies in your package
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