AR-15 (and AR-10) questions, answers, bullshit

Dukestaco

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I'm probably going to go Larue that way @DuneShoot gets his influencer $
Put your order in. It could take a while. They don’t let you know if they are back ordered. I got an email a few days after I ordered telling me that it was back ordered. A few weeks later I was going to cancel my order and what do you know I got a email saying it was shipped.
 

Itaro

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Larue is good stuff but they are so 2010.

I used to be a Larue Fan Boi but now I like lower profile tool less mounts.
I know I’m at the point where they’re all Frankenstein ARs.

except one
 
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All of the mounts don't need a tool to remove.
And their new 204 mount is finger adjustable for the pic rail & cheaper.
Okay I will clarify my statement .. you still need a tool to adjust how tight the lever is to lock it down on the rail.
The lever still sticks out bit. Its not horrible but I like the thinner profile of the Scalarworks mounts these days.

The non QD mounts require the wrench to attach them to the rail.
 

4runner DOA

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I run mine about that far back, maybe a tad more forward but not much.
A Larue quick release would be handy ;)
Something to think about in the future when I have fun money again. I'm happy with my aero mounts until then and once I have it in place it's not moving again anyway.
 
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