Product Preview: Sightmark Wraith Bolt-Action Mount

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posted on November 1, 2019
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Once upon a time, Sightmark's Wraith HD 24-hour digital scope had only one possible mounting option: AR-platform firearms. Sightmark is now making the Wraith an option for bolt-action shooters, however, with its Wraith Long Mount. Weighing in at only 4.9 ozs. and constructed from aluminum, this bolt-action Weaver mount features a cantilever design with multiple mounting positions, giving the Wraith a comfortable fit on a wide variety of rifle designs. For more information on this mounting solution for a true 24-hour, infrared optic, please visit sightmark.com.





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