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ar15 scope mount

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by trigga, Jul 8, 2014.

  1. trigga

    trigga Well-Known Member

    finally my 300 blackout build is complete, well i have it roughly assembled. i already have a set of optics lying around. it's a cheap bushnell banner scope that'll do for now. it's a free scope so wth. (until i can get enough for the p300)

    I have optic rings but want something more solid like a one piece. something like this. I was leaning more towards the primary arms mount. the reviews are pretty good and won't cost a fortune. or if midway has another good deal on a Midwest industry mount. i'm trying to keep it cheap if possible. not going to battle with it or anything, just hunting if it all works out. any suggestions? thanks.
  2. Walkalong

    Walkalong Moderator

  3. zerobarrier

    zerobarrier Contributing Member

  4. wally

    wally Well-Known Member

  5. Bartholomew Roberts

    Bartholomew Roberts Moderator Emeritus

    I've always liked the Burris PEPR mount for a good, affordable AR mount. It moves the scope forward (since I like to shoot nose-to-charging-handle) and it offers a good return to zero.
  6. herrwalther

    herrwalther Well-Known Member

    I have some AIM scopes and rails lying around, got them for free and were still to expensive.
  7. 2ndtimer

    2ndtimer Well-Known Member

    Another vote for the Burris PEPR mount. Just ordered 2 of them in 30mm to mount new Vortex Viper scopes on the new Stag Model 6 Super Varminters. Very nice mount and not too expensive for the quality.
  8. Ks5shooter

    Ks5shooter Well-Known Member

    Save up get the LaRue


    Pricey but its a rock solid mount,no regrets.You buy once, buy well.
  9. Bartholomew Roberts

    Bartholomew Roberts Moderator Emeritus

    I've got 5 or 6 Larue mounts, including two on the same rifle. If you can swing it, they are the way to go. Having said that, the Burris PEPR mount holds zero and will return to zero close enough that few shooters will be able to notice the difference (especially if you use witness marks to help).

    Considering that the scope he wants to save up for is a $170 scope. I don't think there is much point in putting it in a $220 Larue mount.
  10. ID-shooting

    ID-shooting Well-Known Member

    I use the Nikon P-series mount with a P223 on my AR. Nice light weight, wasn't terribly expensive and returns to zero when I switch back an forth with M4 sights. Holds the scope high enough to get a comfortable sight picture. The only draw I have is that you have to remove the charging handle/BCG to take it on/off. Not a quick change but still very solid and works rather well.
  11. Steve S.

    Steve S. Well-Known Member

    I have an American Defense mount on my Wilson Combat Recon; well machined, solid mounting, quick detach and looks good - comparable to the LaRue.
  12. trigga

    trigga Well-Known Member

  13. saitek

    saitek Well-Known Member

  14. henschman

    henschman Well-Known Member

    I have the Primary Arms Extended mount. I have used it for the past couple years on several rifles that see fairly rough use (including a couple .308s), and it has held up great. The only issue is it sits a bit higher than the line of sight for the irons, so it compromises cheek weld... but for whatever reason it appears that just about every AR mount I can find is the same way. I needed the Extended mount to get proper eye relief shooting nose to charging handle... I tried a Burris PEPR, and in addition to being much heavier, it didn't put the optic far enough forward for me.
  15. greyling22

    greyling22 Well-Known Member

    I have that tms mount and the stoner mount. Both have worked great for me. I like the design of the stoner mount better. I looks just like something warne would make. (They probably do, but I can't back that up) tms and primary arms are most assuredly coming out of the same factory in China. My only complaint about stoner is is that it is a little shorter. .85 to bottom instead of 1"

    Nikon makes a pretty tempting mount, but if I had the 85,bucks, I would get the aero precision lightweight mount. I've handled it, and it looks really nice.
  16. trigga

    trigga Well-Known Member

    i went with the ar stoner one. seems a solid mount. didn't really need it to be removable because it will most likely remain a hunting rifle.

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