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S&K Scope Mounts

Grrrr! I'm still tinkering with the Enfield scopemount base. After a few shots, the first base I got from S&K shattered. I returned it to S&K and got a replacement at no extra cost. On the phone, the woman indicated that she believes the material used to make the foundation is substandard. It is substandard because the manufacturer was forced to construct bases out of lower-cost aluminum owing to tariffs and trade wars raising the price of grade aluminum. *sigh*Instead of the Nikon scope, I got a 1-4x Burris scope to install and will experiment with it. I'm hoping the scopemount base works well.

Insert the included rear sight into the center hole in the groove on the mount base using needle-nosed pliers. Screw it in place such that the 1/8th hole in the sight is approximately 7/8th inch above the base's bottom. Place one short 10-32 set screw in the cross hole and tighten JUST ENOUGH to protect the rear sight from accidently rotating. Please keep in mind that this cross-hole is slightly inclined downward. Set up the insta-mount base. Install the shoulder screw after carefully aligning the 3/8th hole in the rifle's receiver. Tighten as much as feasible without using key extension. Elevation should be adjusted on the iron sight (windage is effected by moving front sight in opposite direction you want the bullet to go.) Remove the base, tighten the set screw against the rear sight, and replace the mount base.

S&K Scope Mounts has a large selection of scope mounts for ex-military guns. Most mounts need no modifications, however some necessitate permanent modifications such as drilling or tapping. Receiver and scout mounts are available. Made in the USA with pride!! Some difficult-to-find scope mount models may be found here. The Country Shed has a vast assortment of scope mounts for vintage military rifles.

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M1A or M-14 instruction sheet #1765 Install your mount by placing the side plate to the left of the receiver and engaging the mounting rails into the grooves cut into the receiver. Install the washer, then the screw, and tighten the screw to hold the side plate in place. (Instead of the prior thumb screw, we used a strong washer and a 12-32 x 5/8th SHCS.) Install the top plate and fasten the socket head cap screws. Install the scope rings per the directions on the package.

S&K Scope Mounts has a large selection of scope mounts for ex-military guns. Most mounts need no modifications, however some necessitate permanent modifications such as drilling or tapping. Receiver and scout mounts are available. Made in the USA with pride!! Some difficult-to-find scope mount models may be found here. The Country Shed has a vast assortment of scope mounts for vintage military rifles.

They provide two kinds of mounts, none of which need the assistance of a gunsmith. The first installs the scope over the receiver in the traditional manner, and the second puts it forward in the Scout rifle position, employing a long eye relief scope. That is the kind I am discussing about. Many Scout mounts come with either S&K rings or a rail that takes Weaver scope rings, which are not included. I ended up with one of each. After receiving a sample of the rail mount for the Mosin Nagant 91/30 from S&K, I was able to obtain a Mexican Mauser that already had one on it with the S&K rings.

Didn't believe you could simply install a scope and mount on your ancient 1898 Norwegian Krag without drilling and tapping? S&K now offers high-quality, made-in-the-USA scope mounts. S&K Scope Mounts stands behind these mounts, which are manufactured of high-quality materials. Equip your vintage military rifle with a scope mount and a long eye relief scope for improved accuracy, greater ranges, more confidence, and more fun hunting or shooting! S&K Scope Mounts LLC specializes in producing scope mounts for ex-military rifles that do not need drilling or tapping. With over 100 Insta-Mounts & Scout Mounts to pick from, you can now scope that rifle you never thought was feasible. S&K Scope Mounts LLC believes in American manufacturing. S&K makes all of their scope mounts in Pennsylvania using the finest materials available in the United States.

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The only reason I'd consider it is because the stock is in NRA **** condition, all the metal is corroded or pitted from previous corrosion, and you have nothing to lose since it has no collectors value. Yes, they will fit on a 03, of sure. As previously said, you may mount them on a broomstick if desired. ANYTHING may be made to fit on another metal object by a skilled machinist, BUT WHY? Just to be able to claim you accomplished it. What is the point of destroying a piece of history? The value of a historical piece of military equipment may be destroyed by purchasing a large number of other.30/06 rifles. You want to fire it over open sights first to see how it feels.

S&K Scope Mounts has a large selection of scope mounts for ex-military guns. Most mounts need no modifications, however some necessitate permanent modifications such as drilling or tapping. Receiver and scout mounts are available. Made in the USA with pride!! Some difficult-to-find scope mount models may be found here. The Country Shed has a vast assortment of scope mounts for vintage military rifles.

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Grrrr! I'm still tinkering with the Enfield scopemount base. After a few shots, the first base I got from S&K shattered. I returned it to S&K and got a replacement at no extra cost. On the phone, the woman indicated that she believes the material used to make the foundation is of poor quality. It is substandard because the manufacturer was forced to construct bases out of lower-cost aluminum owing to tariffs and trade wars raising the price of grade aluminum. *sigh*Instead of the Nikon scope, I got a 1-4x Burris scope to install and will experiment with it. I'm hoping the scopemount base works well.

While it is not the best choice for a Night Force ATACR or other high-end optics, adding a scope to your Mosin-Nagant is beneficial. An optic, like any rifle, dramatically improves your accuracy potential behind the trigger and is unquestionably useful if you want to use the Russian symbol for anything other than range fun. Hunting and whatever Sisyphean accurizing endeavor you have in mind for your Nagant are two examples. This begs the question: how do you get a scope on a more than 100-year-old device that was very probably not designed for the installation of glass?

I used a 3x9 mil-dot Blackhawk with adjustable turrets. I also used weaver offset rings to get the scope far enough back to clear the ejecting clip. To get the proper eye relief, I utilized a 1 inch butt pad from MidwayUSA, my left eye to see, and a regular cheek weld without a cheek pad. What I enjoyed about this arrangement was how quickly I could adjust for compounded parallax corrections for elevation and windage at various ranges. It worked OK, but if I did it over, I'd purchase an Ultimak with a 3x12 Burris Scout scope.

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