Arisaka Offset Optic Mount Base
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The Optic Plate is sold separately.
Offset optics, when operated well, can double as a backup sighting system to LPVOs and a primary optic. We’ve tested quite a few different offset optics on the market and the Arisaka Offset Optic Mount is one we highly recommend. It’s very modular, allowing the shooter to choose a 35- or 45-degree cant which helps the optic sit close to slim scopes and clear scopes with wider turrets. Both options still align the optic vertically over the bore to maintain a consistent height. The base and optic plate (sold separately) can also be reversed making this a fully ambidextrous optic mount.
One Arisaka Offset Optic Mount Base; Two screws for mounting a plate to the base; IP20 and IP27 Torx Plus bit drivers.
Takes up 1″ of rail space. Occupies three picatinny slots. Has twin recoil lugs and clamping screw.
Weight (w/o optic): 1.9 oz (w/ standard plate) or 2.2 oz (w/ tall plate).
Height: Sits 0.180″ above the surface of the picatinny rail.
Each mount is CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum and MIL-A-8625 Type III hard coat anodized. are included with each base. Please refer to the instructions for torque values and mount configuration.
Made in the USA.
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