M1A SOCOM II Vltor Stock with picatinny rail that extends to Stripper Clip Guide
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Long Ranger, you're welcome but I had a lot of helpful input from members of this board, especially on fitting the ARMS 18 to commercial receivers. This base sits at approximately 0. Return to zero isn't even that big a deal--I can check it against the irons and if it's on the paper, that's good enough as long as it stays solid for each individual group as I check out various types of ammo. Several models are described below. Is there a proceedure where the dovetail can be recut to proper specs?
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Mar Member Location: Originally Posted by FrankenToy. The real potential of the. Highly recommend the Sadlak Airborne Mount. I receive NO consideration for this opinion. He;s known my brother in law for about 40 years, and just 1 call to him was his surety. The entire mount and accessories from the mounting screws and wrench down to the packaging are made in the USA.
Not having to screw with the "Clip Guide" is another bonus. I have a Sadlak steel mount with a fixed burris 10x with mildot. Register Home Forums Advertising. Machined from aluminum and finished with a hard coat anodize. Between the set screws, mount to dovetail bolt and the reciever bolt you have several directions of force being applied on the mount to make it rock solid. It is the best way to put a red dot on a regular M1-A.