Posted: 4/20/2016 8:48:14 AM EDT
I'm fairly certain my choice will be a Revo 45. Or would this be easier with an Octane?
It's for a Kriss vector SBR in 45 and 9 and a CZ scorpion in 9.
To confirm: I need a piston and spacer? and maybe an adapter for my world model scorpion?
I already have the big SiCo piston kit.
Originally Posted By BigWaylon:
You need either:
1. Fixed mount in the correct thread pitch
2. Booster with a piston in the correct thread pitch, with a fixed barrel spacer swapped out for the spring
(Or 3-lug mount)
FPNI - I personally chose fixed mount(s) because I didn't like the idea of the spacer - if I'm gonna take the thing apart to put in the spacer, why not put in the "right" kind of mount. (Answer is of course $$, but it's not enough $$ IMO to be worth it.)
If truth be told, I'm headed towards 3-lug for all my PCCs - Griffin 1/2x28, 1x36, and M13.5x1LH await my "round tuit" for installation.
So...3 lug would be the easiest?
And that would work with either the rev or octane?
Would it work on a Hybrid?
EDIT: found a vid. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-ls2NmCDpI&feature=youtu.be&utm_source=MASTER&utm_campaign=d9f04e15cf-sub_april_18_bighorn&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_19a6bef23c-d9f04e15cf-315938657&mc_cid=d9f04e15cf&mc_eid=35acbea58f
So three lug works.
Another vote for the 3-lug. It's a QD mount for your pistol can.
Shows it on the support page. Enjoy!
Originally Posted By frankiebagadonuts:
Easiest is this:
Octane Scorpion mount
Will work for both the Octane and Revo.
This was SiCo's suggestion when I asked them about the best mounting method for my Hybrid/Scorpion combo.