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Old 03-05-2012, 06:18 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a good sturdy mount that will hold zero when it's removed. It will go on a flat top. Any recommendations or ones to avoid?

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Old 03-05-2012, 06:31 PM   #2
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I'm happy with my Burris AR-P.E.P.R. (Proper Eye Position Ready) Mount.









SWFA Mounts, Burris AR Tactical Mounts

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The Burris PEPR is a reliable choice that is quite popular among AR users.

I used the Rock River 1-piece Cantilever mount myself. It's rugged, solid and holds zero perfectly even after being dismounted and re-installed. If price is a concern, it's a few bucks less than the PEPR. It also comes in a 30mm size other than 1" for the same price.

In the 1" size the RRA mount weighs 9.7 oz. and the Burris PEPR is 8.9 oz.



Here's a link:

http://www.joeboboutfitters.com/Rock_River_Arms_Hi_Rise_1_Cantilever_Scope_Mount_p/rra-ar0130t.htm

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My vote is for LaRue Tactical.

They offer several types of mounts depending on the type of optic you are interested in mounting.

In my case, I have an LT-104 SPR with VFZ mounts for my Trijicon AccuPoint 3-9x40 on a dedicated hunting rig in 6.8 SPC.

Plus, you get the neat extras in every shipment, like Dillo Dust and stickers!

http://www.laruetactical.com/riflescope-mounts

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