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    Carbineman scorpion08's Avatar
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    Keep em coming. If I was to get a scope, what detachable mount should I use? I had a Larue mount before and liked that. Does the XCR-M have a high top rail like the SCAR?

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    My personal opinion is that the RAS II mounts by LaRue are as good as they get. At least if you want them at that height, and quick-disconnect.I put the scopes in two of them per, and call it good.
    The deck height on the -M is the same as the -L, at least as far as I can tell (I've got the 1/4" riser on a CTR stock / Aimpoint in the RAS II on the carbine, the Vortex in a pair of RAS II rings on the -M with a FAST stock - kind of apples and oranges).
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    The LaRue RASII mounts are good as Bravo says....but I prefer the cam lever on the GG&G mounts more. They return to zero just as accurately as far as I can tell and don't mar the finish on the rifle. GG&G have "bolt rifle" height QD mounts too....which are close to the Troy micro irons height.
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    American Defense mounts are good too.
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    Not a fan of ADM's levers and IIRC, their inserts aren't helicoiled or steel...just threaded aluminum (though I have one of their very first models since they were the only ones making QD mounts for 35mm tubes so that may have changed).
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    +1 American Defense. I've used several for many years, never had a problem. They have kick ass customer service. I bought a used scope and mount--it showed up and was missing a couple of bolts, it looked like the previous owner didn't put them in. ADM sent me a complete set of new bolts, free of charge.

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    Another option, but no idea when it will be available for retail: New from Trijicon: VCOG 1-6x24 | The Truth About GunsThe Truth About Guns
    Last edited by fmunk; 05-01-2013 at 07:48 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fmunk View Post
    Another option, but no idea when it will be available for retail: New from Trijicon: VCOG 1-6x24 | The Truth About GunsThe Truth About Guns
    I saw that. Does anyone have any experience with Vortex? I can visit the showroom since its pretty close to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion08 View Post
    I saw that. Does anyone have any experience with Vortex? I can visit the showroom since its pretty close to me.
    In the past. Excellent customer service and warranty.
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    Any of you guys had a chance to try this one out? Valdada IOR Pitbull

    I was thinking about it but haven't made up my mind. Like scorpion08 I am also in the market for a scope but there are so many different ones out there and so many different options that I gotta say. It's pretty mucha coin toss as of right now.

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