Leupold Integral Mounting System

posted on November 30, 2011

Designed specifically for ARs and other tactical-style rifles, Leupold’s Integral Mounting System (IMS) eliminates the scope-height and eye-relief problems typically encountered when mounting optics atop such rifles by setting the optic higher and more foreward.

Machined from aluminum bar stock, the matte-black-anodized IMS attaches directly to the firearm’s Mil-Spec 1913/Picatinny rail. The IMS is available for 1-inch, 30 mm and 34 mm riflescopes. Price: $70-$95.

Contact: Leupold; (800) 538-7653; www.leupold.com.


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