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12-05-2012, 3:48 PM

The AKRR2 is a vastly innovative improvement on the first Strike Industries AKRR. The AKRR2 is designed with three major components; Main base, 45 degree side rail, and extended rail. The main base serves as the attachment point to the rifle, a reference aiming gap, and base for mounting the side rail and extended rail. It has three hex socket screws to adjust the angle of the base. The 45 degree side Picatinny rail can be positioned ambidextrously and is best suited to pair with a micro red dot sight. The extended Picatinny rail can be used for EO tech or Aimpoint reflex sights and some long range magnified scopes. The AKRR2 is made from Aircraft 6061 Aluminum with hard coat anodize. The AKRR2 major appeal is its level of adaptability. Whatever the shooter’s needs may be, the AKRR2 is designed to meet every challenge.

Package include:

•1x Main body
•1x Extended Picatinny rail
•1x 45 degree Picatinny side rail
•1x M3 Nut
•1x M3 Oval Head Screw
•3x M3 Countersunk Hex Socket Screw
•6x M3 Flat Head Socket Screw


•Easy installation
•AKRR2 is extremely adaptable to fit the shooters needs
•Main base customizable level adjustment (up/down, left/right)
•Main base can be used as a reference aiming gap
•45 degree side rail for micro red dots
•Left or right mounted 45 degree Picatinny side rail
•Extended rail for red dot, reflex, and magnified scopes
•Receiver cover is removable when AKRR2 is installed
•Aircraft 6061 Aluminum with hard coat anodize

12-12-2012, 3:55 PM
Would you be able to post a picture of the mount with just a T1 micro type optic on the extended portion of the main rail?

This one sits a lot lower than your first version.

I am interesested of whether it will co witness. Many just want to run a micro RDS on the AK without messing with the gas tube and it's heat issues and far forward placement. I wouldn't even attach the 45 degree mount.

I am looking to replace my IronDot and this may be a solution as long as it

1. Co Witness
2. Top Cover can be removed to correct a rifle malfunction without removing the mount or affecting the weapon's zero.