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Old 05-06-2013, 11:57 AM
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Default Need reflex site for cant mount

Anyone have some good input for a cant mount reflex site 308 AR (20 to 100 yds ) Light weight would be premium...
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Old 05-06-2013, 1:40 PM
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Can you clarify? Are you asking about a cantilever mount for a Reflex sight? Which sight?
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Site for a cant mount...
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Old 05-06-2013, 3:27 PM
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Just depends on which type of site you want to run…

Some use a direct mount and other interface with a pictinnay rail.

There are various mounts on the market available to turn any standard optic into an offset cant.

Unless you are referring to a forward cant often used to move an optic forward.
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Old 05-06-2013, 7:01 PM
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Defiantly need forward site, both eye's open...
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Old 05-06-2013, 7:01 PM
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Hehe Dano, thanks for repeating yourself. Let me ask you a few questions so we can figure out what you want.

What kind of Reflex Optic do you have, or wish to mount.

By "cant" are you referring to a cantilever mount that moves the optic forward of the upper receiver, or are you referring to an offset mount that would your your optic at the 1 o'clock position of the rifle.

So in other words...

This...



Or This...

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Was trying to keep it small as possible, as it will already have a fair size scope on there. Was thinking maybe something like a Trijicon RMR size of thing...
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I do kinda like what you've got on yours. looks pretty comfortable. Are you a lefty ?
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Old 05-07-2013, 3:48 PM
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Ok I see what you're trying to do now since you said, "it will already have a fair size scope on there."

You have three options...

#1 Mount your secondary optic at 1 O'clock using something like a Daniel Defense Offset Mount. This will work with an Aimpoint Micro or if you want the Trijicon RMR, you can get it to mount to it as well... but you'll need the picatinny adapter for the RMR.



#2 Get a scope mount that allows for a micro or rmr adapter like this....



#3 Get a mount that attaches to the scope tube

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Option #1 Makers

-Daniel Defense
-Larue
-KZ
-Lots of chinacom knock offs

Option #2 Makers

-GDI
-Spuhr
-Larue
-Nightforce

Option #3 Makers

-Trijicon
-Lots of random companies
-Lots of chinacom knock offs
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Wilson combat has an affordable ring that mounts onto a scope and has a 3 or 4 slot picatinny rail on it.
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