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    Well ive decided that I want to add an MRO to my SP5.

    Which claw mount optics rail do you guys prefer best?

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    1. B&T Low Claw Mount
    2. Spuhr Top Rail

    I wouldn't consider much else on genuine HK finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roller Slav View Post
    1. B&T Low Claw Mount
    2. Spuhr Top Rail

    I wouldn't consider much else on genuine HK finish.

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    Are you talking about the BT-10266 Rail?
    Does that rail marr/scratch/leave an impression on the top on the gun where the 4 screws are contacting the gun?

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    @Standpipe The 10266 is a good option, but I was referencing https://hkparts.net/product/b-t-hk-m...unt-p16875.htm.

    There are no screws contacting the surface of your firearm. The pictures do not do it justice as they rarely show the loose hardware included. There are mounting 4 tabs of the same material that will grab the mounting surfaces and will only be tensioned by the screws. No screws should touch the firearm. You can't see them in many listings.

    However, they do and will mildly mar the firearm over time, especially if repeatedly taken on and off. If you set-it-and-forget-it, it will likely hold up for a long time.
    Collectors are aware of this and it's perfectly acceptable.

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    the B&T low profile mount is very nice for the SP5 if you plan on using an Aimpoint...not too expensive and well made

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    What mount would be best for an eotech xps2 on an hk sp5
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    Quote Originally Posted by hk$p5 View Post
    What mount would be best for an eotech xps2 on an hk sp5
    That's not exactly the lowest profile or smallest RDS type of sight so a B&T ‎BT-21222 or the HK MLI mount will give you the rail space to get the sight picture and eye relief that work for you. Both use the mounting tabs discussed previously and ensure alignment and no movement fore/aft due to using the weldment as an index point on the top of the gun.

    If you want a B&T ‎BT-21222 I have one that got long ago and never used for a good price, PM me if so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roller Slav View Post
    @Standpipe The 10266 is a good option, but I was referencing https://hkparts.net/product/b-t-hk-m...unt-p16875.htm.

    There are no screws contacting the surface of your firearm. The pictures do not do it justice as they rarely show the loose hardware included. There are mounting 4 tabs of the same material that will grab the mounting surfaces and will only be tensioned by the screws. No screws should touch the firearm. You can't see them in many listings.

    However, they do and will mildly mar the firearm over time, especially if repeatedly taken on and off. If you set-it-and-forget-it, it will likely hold up for a long time.
    Collectors are aware of this and it's perfectly acceptable.

    Slav

    Slav,
    Do you use this rail mount on any of your MP5s? If so, what RDS mount and RDS are you running? Any pictures? Thx.

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    Sounds like a job for the B&T low profile mount.

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