A unicorn arrived in my mailbox yesterday. A NIB KAC RAS 97918. So, I went ahead and ordered the H&K MP5 30mm Aimpoint Comp RAS Mount 99048. Description from KAC-"While originally designed for use with an Aimpoint Comp-type red dot sight, this mount is also compatible with any other 30mm red...
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MFI Ultra Low Profile Red Dot Mount - Aimpoint, RMR Style Red Dots
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The MFI universal low profile scope mount offers the lowest profile of any HK scope mount on the planet. The new "universal" mount will fit all models from .22 through .308 and every model in between. The sleek universal design allows the operator to flip the scope mount in either direction...
I know this has been asked here before and I have gone through many of the old threads, but I was unable to find a relatively affordable way to mount a red dot sight. My question is has anyone here ever used a rail adapter and a standard pica tinny scope mount on a USP. Specifically a USP .45. I...
Working on an MP5 build and have a Special Weapons receiver. I'd like to pick up a QD (if possible) mount that would allow me to co-witness a red dot - most likely an aim point T2. Being new to the MP5 world, is there an accepted/reliable mount that would be best? Thanks in advance.
New guy here. So I've been shopping around for a .308 battle rifle as an all purpose/shtf weapon for a little while now. I just stumbled across the PTR's the other day and these look like the most promising combo of reliability, accuracy, and price. The best looking one to me...
Okay, here's what I'm looking for in a USP red dot mount:
Mounts on standard proprietary rail, with a rail of some sort on the mount directly underneath the one on the gun.
As little contact with slide as possible.
Doesn't limit use of controls...
It's not pretty, but it works and I need a light on this gun. I basically had 3 choices (that I could find, there may be others), a light wrapped around the suppressor, a light mounted to front sight, or an extended rail on receiver and a 45* mount off to the side. I decided to go with the CAA...