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AK Scope Mount #7080569
02/16/18 02:45 AM
02/16/18 02:45 AM
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Mook Offline OP
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I have a Arsenal 107CR - with the side scope rail attachment

I am wanting to put a Trijicon Accupoint 1-4x24 on it.

I want to find the mount that gives me the best cheek weld

So far I have looked at the Arsenal brand and the MI brand with
Built in rings.

Somebody give me first hand experience

Re: AK Scope Mount [Re: Mook] #7081959
02/17/18 02:33 AM
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The main issue with AK mounts is getting one that will hold a zero. Check out the AK Files forum; the RS Regulate is the clear favorite. I have one on my WASR and like it. It gives you the ability to align the rail left/right, which is nice. Itís not as low as a railed top cover but is much sturdier. Also, the long rail gets my 1-6 scope far enough forward for good eye relief.
After that, focus on the cheek weld. I have a Magpul Zhukov stock with one of their cheek risers. You can also use a traditional riser or check out what Rob Ski from the AK Operators Union uses and sells. He has a YouTube channel and web site. Good luck

Re: AK Scope Mount [Re: Mook] #7083037
02/18/18 01:57 AM
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x2 on RS Regulate. Have one on a vepr, I can remove it and it will still hold zero.


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