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Posted: 2/25/2011 6:03:49 AM EST
I just looked at both Sadlak and Smith Int at their mounting instructions for side optics mounts.

It doesn't feel like they will return to zero after removal. (removal for what ever reason)




I'm only a couple hundred dollars out from purchasing a Sage stock and really considering optic mounts for a variable high power scope.

I really want a mount that I can take off the scope and use the rifles irons for CQB without having to look through tiny holes through the rings.

I'm looking at strong/best mounts for the optic, but also thinking about using a Larue SPR-E mount backwards to both use as a mount and a shell deflector....... Any opinions about that setup?
Link Posted: 2/25/2011 7:11:53 AM EST
We bought the socom II and put a LT spr turned around backwards on it... I think it will be fine if you get a scope with enough eye relief
Link Posted: 2/25/2011 7:44:18 AM EST
You can always run a troy chassis . . . . Then the options are the same as any AR
Link Posted: 2/25/2011 7:51:26 AM EST
Bassett Mount, it comes in low or high model. Nifty tork wrench set-up will return to zero within a half MOA
Link Posted: 2/26/2011 7:35:45 AM EST
I use an arms#18 and a LT-104 on mine, I can shoot long range with the scope throw the levers and shoot the irons and put the scope back on no problems.
Link Posted: 2/26/2011 12:39:38 PM EST
If you are getting a sage, call Larue and order the lt 608 mount. Not on the website but they have them. It mounts on the sage top rail and gives you a continuous rail over the bolt just like the sage mount
Link Posted: 2/27/2011 5:00:34 AM EST
Sadlak mount is made to use irons also
Link Posted: 3/14/2011 2:54:21 AM EST
My son has a Bassett on his rifle and it is really good kit. Bassett M1A Picatinny rail mount Installation is easy. It doesn't shake loose, and it really does retain zero when remounted. I'm getting one for my rifle.
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