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Old 09-11-2019, 6:35 PM
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Default QD Low Profile Mount?

Been searching the interweb for low profile 30mm QD mount, ideally about 1" height for an SCR. Lowest I've found so far is Larue LT120, 1.285" height. Anyone know of a QD lower than that?
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Old 09-12-2019, 5:23 AM
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i believe my american defense scope mount is 1.02 inch from rail to middle of the objective....it's called the Recon SL model
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Old 09-12-2019, 9:23 AM
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Just google QD low mount. All sorts of options pop up, including lower mounts at Larue.
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http://www.bobroengineering.com/view/product/70/

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The Bobro Engineering Compact Low mount was designed to work perfectly on Mini14 / M1A / AK platforms, or any other system where a low mount that utilizes minimal rail space is desired. The mount has two BLACR lever assemblies. The BLACR is Bobro Engineerings compact version of the proven BLAC design. The mount base is relieved to clear the ejection area when installed on the Mini14/M1A platform to ensure reliable ejection and not interfere with field stripping in any way. Removal of the bolt is possible without taking the mount off of the rifle on many systems. Bolt action rifles are also well suited to utilize the mount. The height is optimized to clear a scope objective diameter of 56mm on most bolt action setups. Technical- Mount constructed from 6061-T6 and 7075-T6 aluminum. .950″ High
bobro makes some of the best QD mounts, but they aren't cheap. california company too.
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Appreciate the replies. Should have added some more info. The scope has a 48mm objective case, however, the focus ring is slightly larger, 51mm. Using the 51mm, and the Recon SL (1.11" height), calculates to a marginal (3mm) rail clearance. With the Recon SL I'm also concerned with clearance to the turret housing.

The Larue LT120 will work, however, I may need a cantilever mount with the 2" eye relief. Haven't found any QD cantilevers in the 1" height range.
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