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Does anyone make a 20 to 60 MOA optics mount for .50 BMG?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by iamkris, Nov 1, 2007.

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  1. iamkris

    iamkris Member

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    I have a BOHICA .50 BMG upper on order for my AR lower. I need a scope mount that can adapt the flat top receiver to an inclined Picatinny or Weaver style. In other words, I need an adaptor that will make a "flat" picatinny rail on my AR lower into an inclined mount (in the 20 to 60 MOA range).

    It would look something like this (this is a rail riser from YHM)
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    I've done several hours of googling...either I'm inputting the incorrect search words or this thing doesn't exist.

    Any help?

    Here's a pic of what my .50 BMG upper will look like.

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  2. TheLaxPlayer

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    Sorry I can't answer your question but... that is one sexy rifle right there!
     
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    Very nice. Whose upper is that?
     
  5. 50 Shooter

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    Posted a reply in the other thread, Barrett sells adjustable rings and you can also check to see what U.S. Optics offers also.
     
  6. kaizer

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    That is a bohica upper, there is another thread going on about it. They run about 1K, seem to be very nice. I just ordered one.
     
  7. redneckdan

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    I would use the stock rail and get the burris rings that have the polymer inserts that can be off set. If you end up with standard rings, glass bed them to the scope. Either way, the scope will be held tightly without distorting the tube.
     
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