Kinetic Development Group’s Sidelok Aimpoint Micro Mount was created to provide a quick-detach mounting option for that esteemed red-dot platform. Compatible with multiple Aimpoint Micro models—and other optics sharing the same footprint—the mount’s patented cam system allows for one-handed installation of the sight onto any Picatinny rail section with at least four slots, and ensures a repeatable zero when removed and then remounted to the same rail position. Available configured for either absolute or lower-one-third co-witness with the iron sights of an AR-type firearm. Price: $140. Contact: Kinetic Development Group, LLC; (717) 517-7320; kineticdg.com.
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Follow American Rifleman staff on this “Gun Of The Week” with the Browning Firearms Citori Hunter Grade II, a field-ready, 16-gauge shotgun that sure doesn’t disappoint. In fact, this boxlock shotgun has everything you need and nothing that you don’t.
I was reading an auction catalog, and a reference was made to an American military Thompson submachine gun. It stated it was a “1928 Colt Navy overstamp, not a Savage.” The catalog made that verbiage seem important. What’s the significance of the “overstamp,” and were there other military 1928 Thompsons besides the Navy guns?
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