Weaver Introduces Premium MSR Mount

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posted on July 14, 2017
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The Weaver Premium Modern Sporting Rifle (MSR) Optics Mount offers many features that make it ideal for the MSR platform, including an anodized Type III hardcoat black matte finish, optimal height, a forward cantilever, and slightly radiused edges to prevent snagging. 

Available in 1", 30 mm and 34 mm options, the Premium MSR Mount also features double recoil lugs to lock the mount in place and premium 7075-T6 aircraft-grade aluminum construction. Weighing in at just 6 oz., the mount also offers Torx-head screws with three oversized #25 Torx crossbolts with steel-threaded inserts.

MSRP:
$119.95 for the 1" and 30 mm
$129.95 for the 34 mm

For more information visit weaveroptics.com

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